From hip downtown condos to quiet, suburban homes, San Jose has it all.
San Jose is found nestled in the area that was once a quiet valley of small towns and orchards. The shipping port of San Jose was an important part of the area. Today, the area has been completely transformed into a technology powerhouse with a booming economy. San Jose is a great place to buy a home as it houses some of the best neighborhoods.
In many cities, the downtown area is somewhat sketchy and unappealing to buy a home in – but such is not the case in San Jose. Downtown San Jose is filled with life and newly developed condos and lofts that bring bin city urban living to the area. May of the digerati (or the hip young singles and couples who fuel the fast-paced economy of the area) are moving in this area.
This charming area feels like a cozy little town despite its convenient location close to downtown San Jose. With Spanish stuccos, tree-lined streets and craftsman bungalows from the 20’s and 30’s, this area is a gorgeous place to live. Willow Glen is a great place for couples and families and it has its own haven of coffee shops, eateries and boutiques on Lincoln Avenue.
Located on the edge of the valley, Los Gatos features fancy cottages in a boutique setting of small town life. From cafes to antique shops and well preserved buildings from the Victorian era, this quaint little area is full of beauty and life.
Found in the hillsides located southeast of the city, this area is relatively new and features an array of Tuscan-style homes. This quiet neighborhood is far enough away from the busy freeways and streets and offers country club style living for families. Many homes in this area offer a brilliant view of the valley below. This is a great place for families with plenty of activities for kids including indoor soccer, martial arts, dance and skating at the largest indoor fitness and sports facility in the country, known as Sportsplex