Warm Springs is a neighborhood in Fremont, California with approximately 1,000 housing units. The average household income is $94,000 and the average home value is $640,000.
Warm Springs is located between the Mission San Jose area and the Fremont Central Business District. The neighborhood was named after an artesian spring that provided water for cattle and horses. In 1884, William Meek purchased land in Warm Springs for his ranch headquarters; he also built a dance hall there which later became one of the first movie theaters in California. In 1889, Meek sold his property to David Hewston who built homes on it; this began the development of Warm Springs as a residential area. After World War II ended many veterans moved into Warm Springs; this created an increase in population which led to commercial development along Fremont Boulevard (Route 880).
Warm Springs has several parks such as Artie White Park (formerly known as Warm Springs Park), Ardenwood Historic Farm (a historic farmhouse museum), and Loma Verde Park (a dog park). It also has shopping centers such as the Baylands Shopping Center and Mission Village Shopping Center (which includes a Safeway grocery store). There are two schools within its boundaries: Bernal Elementary School (K-5) and Del Mar High School (9-12).
There are currently 13 homes for sale in Warm Springs, Fremont. The total number of homes for sale in Warm Springs, Fremont is 32% higher than it was a year ago. 8 homes were listed for sale this month in Warm Springs, Fremont. This is 27.3% lower compared to the same time last year, and 11.1% lower compared to last month.
8 homes were sold in Warm Springs, Fremont this month. Average days on market for homes in Warm Springs, Fremont was 13 days this month, 35 days last month and 16 days last year. No bidding wars at the moment. Homes in Warm Springs, Fremont are selling close to the asking price in the last three months.