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Atherton Local Movers

Long before Silicon Valley revolutionized the world and introduced the area to a kind of wealth Gold Rush pioneers only dreamed about, Atherton, California, formerly known as Fair Oaks, was one of the most exclusive flag stops along the 1866 Southern Pacific Railroad line. More than a century and a half later, Atherton is consistently ranked among the most affluent towns in the nation.

If you find the Bay Area’s liberal politics a bit overwhelming and you can afford the median home price of more than $4.5 million, Atherton might be the perfect little enclave for you. Unlike most of the Bay Area, the miniscule population of just 7,000 is almost evenly divided between Democrats, Republicans and unaffiliated voters.

Movers In Atherton

Atherton residents view the woodsy and idyllic little town as an escape from the hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley more than a tourist destination. However, architecture aficionados flock from all over the Bay Area to see some of the world-famous Eichler homes.

Not surprisingly, Atherton’s roster of famous current and former residents reads like a volume of Who’s Who. The list includes Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham, the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, Hall of Fame Major League Baseball players Ty Cobb and Willie Mays, Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Charles Schwab, child star and diplomat Shirley Temple, to name just a few.

Atherton Moving Company

Moving in Atherton can be a little crazy, with its windy roads leading to the private estates. Whether you are moving to or from Atherton, Fairprice Movers is fully equipped and experienced with both local moves and long-distance moves. Our specialized packing teams are expert at handling fine art and antiques.

We get that there are dozens of Bay Area movers to choose from, including some with much bigger names than ours. That’s just one of the reasons we have to work doubly hard to earn your business and keep it. Our goal is to be the top mover in Atherton and Silicon Valley – not the biggest, but the best. We don’t spend much money on marketing; instead we rely on referrals and repeat business. Our customers rave about us, for good reason. We take the time to learn what you need and we do it right.