While Blossom Valley is mostly a quiet suburban district in Silicon Valley and it has no distinct downtown area, it has no lack of shopping and dining options. Commerce is abundant throughout Blossom Valley, but the biggest draw is likely Westfield Oakridge Mall, with plenty of options for commerce, eating out, arcades, and a movie theater. For outdoors entertainment, Blossom Valley is home to miniature golf, a waterslide, and nearby golf courses and hiking at Santa Teresa Park.
Real estate is slightly more affordable than Cambrian and Willow Glen. (Please see this article on my reloacation blog: What does it cost to buy a 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in the West Valley areas of Silicon Valley? ) It is a little “further out” from the heart of Silicon Valley, but the Santa Teresa lightrail line and highways 85 and 87 make for a reasonable commute to downtown San Jose. Overall schools are pretty good, and areas near the hills are scenic.
The zip codes include all of 95136 and about half of 95123 (the other half going to Santa Teresa).
Below please find a live Altos Research chart, showing the median list price of homes for sale – this will give you an idea of what a house might cost there.
Homes for sale in Blossom Valley
How’s the real estate market in Blossom Valley? See the monthly updates for Blossom Valley’s market on the ReReport.