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Millbrae is a city in northern San Mateo County, California, situated in the United States. San Francisco International Airport is to the northeast, San Bruno is to the northwest, and Burlingame is to the southeast. To the southwest, it is bounded by San Andreas Lake.
Green Hills Country Club, constructed in 1929 and designed by famous golf course architect Dr. Alister MacKenzie (who also created Augusta National, Cypress Point, Royal Melbourne, Pasatiempo, and many other notable courses), is located in Millbrae.
It is one of California's greatest locations to live. There are several restaurants, coffee shops, and parks in Millbrae. Millbrae has a large number of seniors and a liberal population.