Probably all university towns more than 50 years old have neighborhoods where professors tend to cluster together (and not university housing). Stanford's professors, even from the beginning, were obviously well paid since the homes in this neighborhood are large (not mansions), striking, architecturally diverse, and most have pleasant gardens surrounding the home. There's really no destination point. One just parks the car, gets out, and strolls around for awhile, imagining quieter days with quiet streets where professors gathered in the evening for cocktails and a pipe. There are neighborhoods in the areas with true mansions (think Atherton), but this is worth an hour of your time.
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