With a gorgeous backdrop for its picturesque tree-lined streets, Cupertino, California, is a remarkable city with around 58,000 residents. Cupertino has beautiful views of both the city and its glass and steel headquarters, as well as the scenic foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountain range. Known worldwide to be the home of several high-tech giants, including the one and only Apple Inc., Cupertino is a great place to live, work and play. In the San Francisco Bay Area, Cupertino is known to have exceptional public schools and because of this and its many high-tech jobs, the city continues to be a popular destination among homebuyers in Silicon Valley. Cupertino has a highly educated and culturally diverse population with over 60 percent of its residents holding a bachelor’s degree or higher and more than 40 percent of residents having been born outside the United States.
Situated on the western edge of the Santa Clara Valley, directly west of San Jose, Cupertino is part of Santa Clara County. This naturally beautiful city stretches into the picturesque foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains and borders Sunnyvale and Los Altos to the north, Loyola to the northwest, Saratoga to the south, and Santa Clara to the east. Cupertino is composed of 11.3 square miles and is home to multiple streams that add to the area’s abundant natural beauty. Permanente Creek, Regnart Creek, San Tomas Aquino Creek, Saratoga Creek, Smith Creek and Stevens Creek are cut through Cupertino.
In addition to all of these fabulous features, Cupertino also has truly remarkable real estate options. With many noteworthy neighborhoods and subdivisions, Cupertino is home to a diverse real estate market with a delightfully broad price range. Among its many impressive neighborhoods you’ll find Oak Valley, Monta Vista, Seven Springs and Rancho Rinconada, among others. While a number of Cupertino homes were constructed after 1960, there are several neighborhoods and subdivisions with homes built in the 2000’s. The listing prices of homes in Cupertino vary depending upon the property’s size, age, special features and location within the city. In Cupertino you can find affordable starter homes, large and luxurious estates, townhomes, condos and a few multi-family homes for sale. Condos and townhomes in Cupertino are the most affordable housing option and have an average listing price around $1.5 million. Single family homes in Cupertino are the most plentiful real estate option and have an average listing price around $2.2 million. Multi-family homes in Cupertino are not as common, but there are a few available and they usually have an average listing price around $1.9 million.
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