West San Jose Homes for Sale
West San Jose is the western region of San Jose, California in Silicon Valley. The area of West San Jose is bounded on the north by the city of Santa Clara, on the east by San Tomas Expressway, on the south by Prospect Road, and on the west by De Anza Boulevard. Attractions in West San Jose include the historic Winchester Mystery House, a California historic landmark, as well as over 20 movie theaters, such as AMC Saratoga 14, and Santana Row's Ciné Arts. Most of the housing was built in the 1950s as moderately priced housing. In the last several decades, the neighborhood became upscale as the median housing value rose to almost two million dollars, especially in the western portion of West San Jose bordering Cupertino and Saratoga. Nearby commercial/retail includes Santana Row, the Westgate Mall (San Jose), and El Paseo de Saratoga. The major thoroughfare of the area is Stevens Creek Boulevard, one of Silicon Valley's premier shopping streets. The eastern portion of West San Jose is served by the Elementary and Middle Public Schools at the Moreland School District, including multiple California Distinguished Schools. The western portion of the neighborhood is served by the Cupertino Union School District and the Fremont Union High School District.
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West San Jose
West San Jose is a neighborhood in San Jose, California with a population of 127,557. West San Jose is in Santa Clara County and is one of the best places to live in California. Living in West San Jose offers residents an urban-suburban mix feel and most residents own their homes. In West San Jose there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in West San Jose and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in West San Jose are highly rated.
Saratoga Creek Park
Saratoga Creek Park is a modest tree-lined public park with a playground, open fields, benches & a fenced-in dog run.
John P. McEnery Park
McEnery Park was carefully designed for children’s creative play. For older kids, there’s a structure of nets and ropes to climb on. For little ones, there are colorful spring toys and a model boat. McEnery Park is a valuable addition to the downtown, in itself, but maybe better seen as one of a chain of opportunities for families who wish to spend time enjoying the river park.
Calabazas Park features the largest city-funded BMX course of its kind in the Bay Area and with few rivals in the rest of California. The park and the BMX course are open one hour after sunrise and closes one hour after sunset; however, the course will remain closed if the ground is deemed too wet for usage