Almaden Valley Homes for Sale
Almaden Valley, or simply Almaden is a primarily upper-middle-class residential neighborhood of San Jose, California, in South San Jose. Almaden boasts the prestigious 95120 zip code. According to census data, it is home to an estimated 37,000-40,000 residents. It is known for its highly acclaimed and distinguished schools. Many homes are owned by business executives and local professionals. The parks and trails are naturally beautiful and the home of many species of wildlife.
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Almaden Valley and New Almaden are located in San Jose’s southwestern edge with rolling hills and beautiful open spaces – the perfect tranquil escape.
Consists of primarily upper-middle-class families, with homes owned by local professionals, scientists, professional athletes, and Silicon Valley executives. According to a 2011 estimate, the median income for a household in Almaden was $148,801 and the median income for a family was $182,981. The cost of a home in the neighborhood is generally in the $1 million-plus range.
Almaden Community Center
The Almaden Community Center is a welcoming, safe place with the promise of fun and growth. We provide quality programs and activities for people of all ages and abilities to help them grow in their artistic skills, ignite a passion for health and sports, build lasting friendships and provide the means and space for people of all ages and abilities.
Almaden Lake Park
Visitors to Almaden Lake Park can enjoy activities that include hiking, jogging, and cycling along 30 acres of lake and 65 acres of land. Others enjoy a nice family or company picnic and play volleyball, toss horseshoes. Bocce ball courts are also available on a first come first serve basis, you will need to provide your own equipment.
Almaden Quicksilver County Park
Almaden Quicksilver County Park, spectacular in natural diversity and a landmark of California history. The park is the site of over 135 years of mining activities and former home to more than 1,800 miners and their families. The park encompasses 4,163 acres, occupying a majority of Capitancillos Ridge. During early spring, the park offers one of the most spectacular wildflower displays in the region. Remnants of the mining era also offer an exciting look into the mining operations of the latter part of the 19th century.