NEIGHBORHOODS

Almaden Valley

The Almaden Valley is a picturesque area located in the southern region of San Jose, CA. The area is named after the New Almaden Quicksilver Mines that produced an ore called cinnabar, which was in operation until the early 1900's. The cinnabar was used for body...

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Cambrian

Located North of Los Gatos and the Almaden Valley, and South of the Campbell and Willow Glen communities, the Cambrian area of San Jose is home to many middle class families that value excellent schools and a decent sized suburban home.  It is a small enclave of...

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Campbell

Located in the West Valley of Santa Clara County, Campbell is a delightful community where tradition and progress combine in a successful blend. Named for prominent civic leader and rancher Benjamin Campbell of the 1850's, this city is today a thriving and growing...

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Cupertino

Alive with energy and rich in diversity, Cupertino is an amazing mix of imagination and cooperation. Home to such high tech firms as Apple Computer and Hewlett-Packard, Cupertino boasts a vibrant economy, beautiful surroundings, and a population full of spirit and...

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Evergreen

Located in the Southeast foothills of San Jose, the Evergreen neighborhood is one of the wealthiest areas of San Jose. Much of the home building in the Evergreen area has taken place in the last 30 years, with the development of the Silver Creek Country Club and The...

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Gilroy

Best known as the “Garlic Capital of the World,” and home of the annual Garlic Festival in July, Gilroy is located at the southern end of Santa Clara County. With a population of approximately 41,000, the city is known for its peaceful residential environment, its...

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Los Altos

With a population of approximately 29,000 residents, Los Altos was developed with the concept of a "park in every backyard". Los Altos began as a commuter town with the Southern Pacific Railroad connecting it to Los Gatos and Palo Alto using steam train service along...

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Los Altos Hills

With a population of approximately 8,000 residents and one of the highest median household incomes in the country, Los Altos Hills is well known for upscale homes, country clubs, and equestrian friendly properties. Industry is not allowed within the town limits and...

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Los Gatos

Spanish for “The Cats” the Town of Los Gatos acts as a natural gateway between the greater Santa Clara basin and the beautiful Pacific Coast of California, while still possessing its small town feel and charm of its rich history. With a population approaching 30,000...

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Milpitas

As one of the oldest settlements in Santa Clara Valley, Milpitas, which in Spanish means “little cornfields,” has experienced remarkable growth since the first settlers began living there in 1852. Located at the north eastern border to Alameda County, Milpitas has a...

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Monte Sereno

Monte Sereno, which means “peaceful mountain”, is an all residential community of approximately 3,400 residents known for its rural character and wooded hillsides as well as its magnificent estates. Because of the city’s beauty, location and superior schools many...

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Morgan Hill

Known as the Gateway to the Central Coast, Morgan Hill is only 15 miles from the majestic Pacific coast. It offers its residents an abundance of wide open space and views of the Santa Cruz Mountains. This family oriented community provides big city amenities while...

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Mountain View

Once covered in orchards and vineyards, Mountain View began as a stagecoach stop and an agricultural center for the lush Santa Clara Valley. The City is home to approximately 70,000 residents and to many nationally and internationally known corporations such as...

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Palo Alto

The blend of business and residential areas anchored by a vibrant downtown defines Palo Alto’s unique character. At the same time, Palo Alto, known as “Birthplace of the Silicon Valley,” is recognized worldwide as a leader in cutting-edge technological development....

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