A wonderful place to live, work and play, the City of Morgan Hill, California, is a must-consider destination for homebuyers looking to relocate in the Silicon Valley. This remarkable city was once known for its scenic ranches and lush orchards, but today is known for being the home of multiple high-tech companies. Because it is a bedroom community of Silicon Valley, Morgan Hill is one of the most expensive places to live in the U.S. but its impressive amenities make it worth every penny. Home to around 37,900 residents, Morgan Hill is home to a splendid Community and Cultural Center, as well as the Centennial Recreation Center, an Outdoor Sports Center and an Aquatics Center, as well as great options for shopping, dining and entertainment.
Not only does Morgan Hill have wonderful amenities, it also has a great location. Morgan Hill sits just fifteen miles inland from the gorgeous Pacific Coast and is only thirteen miles north of Gilroy and twenty-four miles south of Downtown San Jose. Additionally, Morgan Hills has an abundance of natural beauty with the Diablo Range to the east and the Santa Cruz Mountains to the west. Morgan Hill is composed of 12.9 square miles in the 95037 zip code and, in addition to all of these great features, has amazing real estate options within its many prestigious communities, neighborhoods and subdivisions. Among its most noteworthy communities is that known as Jackson Oaks.
The Jackson Oaks community is home to approximately 1,312 residents with an average age around fifty-four years. Residents of Jackson Oaks describe their neighborhood as peaceful, open, beautiful, and family-friendly with gorgeous trees, abundant wildlife and picturesque rolling hills. The single family homes found in Jackson Oaks vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, style, location and special features, but have an average listing price around $791,400.
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