Category: San Jose (all areas)

San Jose (all areas)

West San Jose

West San Jose, as the name states, is the farthest west point of the City of San Jose. The boundaries are not tightly defined but include parts of San Jose adjacent to Campbell and Cupertino in particular. West San Jose:

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San Jose

With a population of more than one million people, San Jose is the 1oth largest city in the nation and the 3rd largest in California. Originally named for the Pueblo de San Jose de Guadalupe in 1777, San Jose was

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San Jose – Central San Jose and Downtown

The third most populous city in the state, often considered the capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose has consistently ranked among the top ten of Money Magazine’s most livable cities in the United States…and no wonder! San Jose has the

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San Jose – Santa Teresa, the scenic gem in the south

One of the newer districts of San Jose, Santa Teresa, is located in the Southern foothills about 10 miles from downtown. Moderately priced (by Silicon Valley real estate standards) and picturesque with plenty of neighborhood parks make this special community family

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San Jose – Evergreen

Tucked up into the southeast foothills, east of Highway 101, the Evergreen area of San Jose is a scenic area with some of the most diversity in San Jose, both in culture and in housing. Once a collection of orchards,

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San Jose – Blossom Valley

The Blossom Valley area of San Jose borders Cambrian Park on one side, Willow Glen on another, Santa Teresa on the third, and the beautiful Santa Teresa Foothills on the forth.  While Blossom Valley is mostly a quiet suburban district in

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Alviso, San Jose’s waterfront community by the bay

Alviso, San Jose’s community on the water Alviso is a small community on the marshy, southern tip of the San Francisco Bay. Originally it was its own city, incorporated in 1852. Ever since 1968, though, it’s been part of the

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San Jose – Cambrian Park

If quality education, affordability, and safety are on your check list, take a look at Cambrian. Alternatively known as Cambrian Park, or sometimes Cambrian Village, this is a highly desirable suburban district in West San Jose. Close to Los Gatos and

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San Jose – East Valley

Often known simply as East San Jose or the Eastside, the East Valley was once a city of its own, annexed by San Jose, its name sake, in 1911. Some celebrated historic residents include César Chávez, and the East Valley

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San Jose – North Valley

San Jose’s “north valley” area is also known as the Berryessa District. It’s the last part of San Jose before the boundary crossing into Milpitas. Located up against the foothills, with Penetencia Creek and Park inviting visitors to picnic, jog,

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