These days, it’s rare to find new luxury custom homes near San Francisco, and even more rare for them to belong to an exceptional community such as Wilder. Located just 25 minutes from downtown San Francisco, Wilder is a new custom luxury home community offering a limited collection of 245 luxury homes on homesites averaging a half-acre in size. Those living in Wilder homes enjoy an impressive array of family-friendly amenities including an extensive network of trails and pathways, a private swim and recreation center, five community playfields, and an art and garden center—all surrounded by 1,300 acres of protected, natural open space.
Of our 1,600 acres, 1,300 will never be developed. Time to roam free.
With thousands and thousands of trees throughout Wilder, it’s easy to find the perfect one to climb.
Quarry House & Pool
When it comes to luxury homes near San Francisco, few if any can boast a perk of home ownership quite like this. Featuring beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival architecture is a community clubhouse that is simply in a class by itself. The stunning $8 million Quarry House is the social and recreational heart of Wilder. Take a dip in the competition pool. Stay fit in the fully equipped fitness room. Gather ‘round the outdoor fireplaces and soak in the dramatic Mt. Diablo views. Luxury living in Orinda has never been more gracious.
GATHER IN LUXURY
When you buy a Wilder custom homesite, you enjoy full membership privileges at the Quarry House. It’s as stylish and comfortable as your own living room, but on a much larger scale.
- State-of-the-art competition pool
- Fully equipped fitness and yoga rooms
- Open-air lounge areas for sunbathing
- Grand outdoor fireplaces
- Large gathering spaces with stunning valley views
Playfields + Ranch House + Trails
Kicking or throwing or bouncing the ball around is easy at the new-home community of Wilder. Three multi-purpose ball fields are currently open, and two more are on the way for a total of five ball fields for all sorts of active family fun. The fields, which are owned and operated by the City of Orinda, are open to the public and local sports organizations.
Whether on foot, bike or atop the saddle of a horse, exploring Wilder in Orinda is fun and easy. Neighborhood pedestrian, equestrian and bicycle trails link areas within Wilder to existing Orinda neighborhoods—and they even connect to the Robert Sibley Regional Volcanic Preserve and existing Orinda trails. Wilder’s hundreds of acres of natural open space are alive with creeks, woods, hills and meadows. In other words, at Wilder, a lifetime of adventure is literally steps from your front door.