Cupertino, California, boasts a gorgeous backdrop of tree-lined residential neighborhoods, glass and steel corporate headquarters, and the picturesque foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountain range. Though home to only 58,000 residents, Cupertino is known worldwide as the home of high-tech giants, including none other than Apple Inc. This remarkable city is also known to have exceptional public schools in the San Francisco Bay Area. With its many high-tech jobs and above average schools, Cupertino is a popular destination among homebuyers relocating in Silicon Valley. This amazing community has a culturally diverse and highly educated population with over 40 percent of its residents having been born outside the U.S. and over 60 percent holding a bachelor’s degree or higher. Perhaps this is why Forbes ranked Cupertino as one of the most educated small towns in the nation.
Cupertino is located in Santa Clara County on the western edge of the Santa Clara Valley. Situated directly west of San Jose, Cupertino is a naturally beautiful city with portions stretching into the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains. In addition to San Jose, Cupertino borders Los Altos and Sunnyvale to the north, Saratoga to the south, Santa Clara to the east, and Loyola to the northwest. Composed of 11.3 square miles, Cupertino has several streams that cut through the city and add to the community’s natural beauty, among them are Permanente Creek, Regnart Creek, San Tomas Aquino Creek, Saratoga Creek, Smith Creek and Stevens Creek. Not only does this amazing city have great employment options, excellent schools, a diverse population and a great location with abundant natural beauty, Cupertino also boasts impressive real estate options. Comprised of numerous smaller communities, neighborhoods and subdivisions, Cupertino has a diverse housing market with a very broad price range. A few of its most well-known communities include Monta Vista, Rancho Rinconada, Seven Springs, and Oak Valley, among several others. Most of the homes in Cupertino were constructed after 1960, and there are several neighborhoods with homes built in the 2000’s. The prices of homes in Cupertino vary depending upon the property’s age, size, location and special features. There are entry-point single family homes, large and luxurious estates, condos, townhomes, and a few multi-family homes available in Cupertino. Condos and townhomes in Cupertino have an average listing price around $1.5 million, single family homes have an average listing price around $2.2 million and multi-family homes have an average listing price around $1.9 million.
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