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Ending the Alberto Way Condo Confusion

Alberto Way MapMost of the condominiums along Alberto Way in Los Gatos are part of The Los Gatos Commons, a senior complex that’s fairly large. (To read more about senior housing in the area, please see my post on it here.) As with most senior housing, the units at The Commons are more affordable than the majority of  Los Gatos condos. The Commons was built in 1978 and requires that at least one resident be 55 years of age or more. As of 2016, you may be able to purchase a tiny 1 bedroom in the Commons for under $700,000.

A smaller condo community just a little closer to Los Gatos-Saratoga Road, and on the opposite side of Alberto Way, is Pueblo de Los Gatos.  These homes are a little further away from Highway 17, are a little quieter, and are not senior housing.  They tend to sell for a little more than the homes across the way. There seems to be about a 5% difference in price, most of which may be attributable to freeway noise, but part of it to the “senior community” status. This property was developed in 1970.

What is the fastest way to tell them apart? The easiest way, without even clicking on a link, is to spot the address.  If there’s a letter as part of the unit number (as in A100 or B202), it’s part of The Commons. If there’s no letter, as in #7, it’s part of the Pueblo de Los Gatos. Of course, there are other townhomes in the immediate area, too – but these are the largest communities.

Both of these are in close-to-downtown Los Gatos locations. If you’re in the market for Los Gatos real estate and would like to live close in, this is a great street to check out.

Los Gatos Commons homes for sale (55+)

Condos in the Los Gatos Commons (a senior community) which are for sale or pending sale right now.

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All Alberto Way area homes for sale

This includes properties on Alberto Way as well as Maggi Court

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Creekside Village neighborhood

Creekside Village Plat Map - click to view larger imageCreekside Village is one of the youngest subdivisions in Los Gatos, and it’s located in a prime “walk to town” neighborhood with the highly prized Los Gatos schools, too. As the name implies, this community of houses sits alongside the scenic Los Gatos Creek (the Los Gatos Creek Trail is on the far side of the water from these properties).  All of these factors make the Creekside Village neighborhood a very attractive option for house hunters.

This subdivision was built by Barry Swenson with prefab or manufactured housing between 2005 and 2006 on the former site of a mobile home park.  There are 60 homes, ranging in size from 1251 square feet to 1747 SF (average home size is 1503 SF). Lots are mostly smaller, ranging from 1845 to 8909 SF, with the average parcel being 2846. Garages are either single car or 2 car tandem. While the houses are not big, the interiors are beautifully appointed and there’s nothing modest feeling about them in that regard.

All homes are on Creekside Village Drive and are assigned the 95032 zip code. It’s a very tidy community and includes a home owner’s association for the shared amenities such as the clubhouse, pool, workout room, private road, and parking.

There are pros and cons to every neighborhood. In the case of Creekside Village neighborhood, the negatives are that it’s situated very close to Highway 17 and also Highway 9 (Los Gatos-Saratoga Road). Some home buyers may not like that the lots are narrow, mostly forcing single car garages, with houses quite close together.

What do homes in Creekside Village cost?

Those sold over the last year (as of the writing of this article, October 2016) have sold at $1,199,000 and $1,429,000. That’s right, only two sold in the last year, so it’s clear that inventory doesn’t come up often in this area. For downtown Los Gatos, this is bargain real estate pricing!

  1. 2 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,251 sq ft
    Lot size: 2,787 sqft
    Year built: 2005
  2. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,747 sq ft
    Lot size: 4,051 sqft
    Year built: 2005
  3. 2 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,348 sq ft
    Lot size: 2,003 sqft
    Year built: 2005
  4. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,716 sq ft
    Lot size: 2,613 sqft
    Year built: 2005
  5. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 1,747 sq ft
    Lot size: 4,181 sqft
    Year built: 2005

See all Creekside Village.
(all data current as of 8/18/2017)

Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.

 

Creekside Village HOA Info

http://creeksidevillage-lg.com/creeksidevillage/outside_home.asp

Old Adobe Road neighborhood

Map of the Old Adobe Road area in west Los Gatos - also indicating proximity of the Oakwood and English Oaks subdivisions, plus the cities of Saratoga and Monte Sereno are shown on the map

Old Adobe Road area in west Los Gatos, just off Quito Road

At the northwest corner of Los Gatos you’ll find a really beautiful neighborhood that consists of Old Adobe Road and nearby streets. It’s just off of Quito Road on the border with Saratoga one one side and Monte Sereno on another.

This lovely area doesn’t have tightly defined boundaries (at least not as far as I know), but runs roughly between Old Adobe and Quito at the north end to Bicknell at the south and fanning out to beyond Montclair to about More Avenue. It clings to Rinconada Hills along one stretch, too.

What are homes like in the Old Adobe area?

Today I mapped out the approximate neighborhood using the county records and it appears to have about 250 houses or so. Nearly all were built in the 1960s and 1970s.   Most of the homes are between about 2,000 and 3,000 square feet, but about 1/3 of them are larger, a couple even larger than 4,000 SF, but that is sure not typical. Most lots are around a quarter to a half acre, but some are bigger and some smaller. So they are comfortable houses on uncrowded lots in a mature neighborhood.

There are some areas within this part of west Los Gatos with no subdivision name, but some parts are identified as within subdivisions: Adobe Manor, Verona Manor, Montclair Oaks, Rinconada Acres, Rinconada Terrace, Rinconada Oaks. (A nearby neighborhood is English Oaks, and next to that is Oakwood. Yes, there are  plenty of oaks in the region!)

A photo of Old Adobe Road in West Los Gatos , a tree lined street

Old Adobe Road in Los Gatos near the Saratoga border – no shortage of trees!

Enduring popularity of the Old Adobe area

Year in and year out, this part of Los Gatos has an ongoing appeal. What’s the draw? Part of it is certainly the trees, the gently winding streets, the rolling hills (and some homes get lovely views), the well kept homes, the good public schools (elemenary and middle school API scores are well past 900), the easy proximity of shopping and the closer in commute to places in Cupertino, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, etc. Compared to east Los Gatos, this is an easier drive since you don’t have to take Hwy 85 past Hwy 17 – where it does really tend to clog. It probably shaves about 20 minutes off the commute compared to the far east end of town.

Ranch style house on Old Adobe Road

Ranch style house on Old Adobe Road

What are the assigned schools for the Old Adobe area?

This area is part of the Campbell School District (elementary and middle) and the Campbell Union High School District. Assigned public schools are Marshall Lane Elementary, Rolling Hills Middle, and Westmont High.

Long ranch style house on Old Adobe Road Los Gatos CA 95032

Long ranch style house on Old Adobe Road Los Gatos CA 95032

What about real estate prices? What do homes cost in this part of west Los Gatos?

Nothing in the town of Los Gatos is inexpensive. With good schools, nice environment, and a closer in location, you won’t be too surprised that this is a pricey area, albeit less than downtown Los Gatos or areas with “Los Gatos Schools” meaning  properties in the Los Gatos Union School District.

There are many factors which can influence home values and what a buyer will be willing to pay for a property: home size, lot size, remodeling, being up on a hill with a view vs down in a gulch with little sunlight, and many other things. Over the last year, as of October 2016, homes have been selling in this area for between about $1,499,000 on the low side to about $2,400,000 on the high side.

Remodeled ranch style house on Old Adobe Road LG

Remodeled ranch style house on Old Adobe Road LG

Any other relevant issues?

Anywhere in Los Gatos, there will be issues relating to hillside homes and water damage to homes and foundations. Be careful to direct the water away from the house, even if you are in a relatively flat area! For ALL of Los Gatos, Saratoga, Monte Sereno, and Almaden, this is a huge issue. Please also read this article: What To Consider When Buying a Hillside Home in Silicon Valley.

Homes for sale, pending, or sold in the last 12 months in the Old Adobe area

  1. 5 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 3,300 sq ft
    Lot size: 12,998 sqft
    Year built: 1962
  2. 4 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,313 sq ft
    Lot size: 17,755 sqft
    Year built: 1963
  3. 4 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,331 sq ft
    Lot size: 20,908 sqft
    Year built: 1960
  4. 5 beds, 6 baths
    Home size: 5,586 sq ft
    Lot size: 10,018 sqft
    Year built: 1990
  5. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,254 sq ft
    Lot size: 10,541 sqft
    Year built: 1963
  6. 4 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,418 sq ft
    Lot size: 10,062 sqft
    Year built: 1966
  7. 3 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,230 sq ft
    Lot size: 1,524 sqft
    Year built: 1977
  8. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 2,224 sq ft
    Lot size: 10,323 sqft
    Year built: 1977
  9. 4 beds, 3 baths
    Home size: 2,372 sq ft
    Lot size: 10,541 sqft
    Year built: 1963

See all Los Gatos - Old Adobe Road area.
(all data current as of 8/18/2017)

Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.

Arroyo Grande – Garden Hill neighborhood

One of the easiest Silicon Valley commute locations in Los Gatos lies just off Lark Avenue, between Winchester and Los Gatos Boulevard, at the base of the scenic Vasona Lake dam. To the best of my knowledge, this area doesn’t have a name, so let’s call it the Arroyo Grande and Garden Hill neighborhood, after the major roads that run through it.

Lark Avenue Las Astas Garden Hill neighborhood

Here there are about 200 houses, most of them built in the late 1950s and originally selling for $20,000 to $30,000. The majority have been remodeled and a few rebuilt, and some just weren’t constructed until much later, so the average year built is 1963. Today you’ll find that these houses are mostly selling a little over $1 million, depending on house size, lot size, remodeling, view, proximity to the high voltage power lines, proximity to busy roads, etc. it goes up from there. This is a “good value area” for the high quality of schools and for many home buyers, that’s the # 1 priority – get into the best schools you can afford.

Arroyo Grande - Garden Hill area homeMost of these properties began modestly – typically about 1200 SF of living space. Today there are a handful of homes at 900 SF and one at over 3,000 SF, but the average home size is 1483 – still quite small by Los Gatos standards. Maybe 25-30% have been added onto. The lot size  also varies with the tiniest at 5,000 SF and the largest at 21,000 SF, but typically about 7900 SF for most parcels.

In addition to a faster, less complicated commute (due to the close proximity of both Hwy 17 and Hwy 85), this area has lots more to offer. First and foremost, this neighborhood is served by the Los Gatos Union School District. It’s probably the most affordable, entry level area of houses to get into “the schools”, making it a very popular target of home buyers’ attention.

It’s bordered on one side by the beautiful Los Gatos Creek Trail, which makes a nice path to either downtown Los Gatos in one direction, or Netflix in the other.  Virtually every street is graced by trees in the strip between the sidewalk and the road, providing a very pleasant and welcoming feel to the area.

Garden Hill - Arroyo Grande neighborhood street pan

This little community boasts a neighborhood park, easy access to shopping, bus lines, and more, but perhaps most especially to Vasona Lake itself.  Here’s a view from the dam – just off of Garden Hill Road. It’s an easy stroll to Trader Joe’s from most of the neighborhood, for instance.

Vasona Lake County Park off Garden Hill Road in Los Gatos

High voltage power lines in north Los GatosNo neighborhood is perfect or without compromises, and this one is no different. There are reasons why some people may pass on this part of town. Most likely, there are two or three main issues: first and hard to miss are the high voltage power lines that run through the middle of this neighborhood. Secondly, the majority of this area sits below the dam…and the dam may be sitting on or right next to an old earthquake fault, the Shannon Fault. That’s really not ideal. And finally, part of the neighborhood is adjacent to highway 17 – that will be noisy at best.

If you are looking for a good bang-for-your-buck with schools, a shorter commute, walk-ability, and close access to Vasona Lake and the Los Gatos Creek Trail, I want to encourage you to check out this tree-lined neighborhood. Many of the lots are big enough to add onto later – as many of the  neighbors already have done. You’ll appreciate the convenience and the scenic beauty!

Bluebird Lane neighborhood

Bluebird Lane neighborhood of LGLooking for a neighborhood full of spacious, younger homes in a close-in Los Gatos location? Bluebird Lane should be on your list of areas to check out: if you’re lucky, one of the traditionally styled homes may even be for sale.

Built by Robson Homes between 2010 and 2012, the Bluebird Lane neighborhood is situated just off Los Gatos Boulevard near Los Gatos-Saratoga Road. It’s under a mile to the highly regarded Los Gatos schools, and only a tad more to get to downtown – an easy bike ride or stroll by foot.

Most of the homes are on Templeton Lane, but a few are on Caldwell Avenue or Los Gatos Boulevard.  (This is a point of confusion: why is it called Bluebird Lane when the main street is Templeton?)

What are the homes like at Bluebird?

Think two story, traditional style with Colonial, Cape Cod, Craftsman and similar architectural themes.

Caldwell and Templeton in Los Gatos - newer subdivision close to downtown

There are 19 homes in the tract. One was the original, grand estate house (more on that below).  Two are small with 1300-1400 SF and attached (“duet homes”), and these were designed to be more affordable.  The rest are detached and much larger, with 2,960 to 3,935 square feet. The 17 larger homes feature 4-5 bedrooms, up to 5.5 baths, and some include basements and finished attics. Most of the homes are on fairly small lots of between 4500 SF and about 6000 SF.  Even the main road, Templeton Lane, is narrow. This is probably the only negative: the backyards are small and the homes feel awfully close together for the size of the buildings.

Inside, the homes feature open floor plans in the living areas, spacious and well appointed kitchen, quality fixtures and touches throughout.  If you appreciate elegance, you’ll love these well designed, quality homes.

"Bluebird Lane" on Templeton Lane , Los Gatos

Of the 19 properties in this subdivsion, only one has a tenant in it.  That’s an extraordinarily high owner-occupied ratio! Continue reading

Twin Creeks neighborhood in Monte Sereno

Twin Creeks Road near the creekThe Twin Creeks neighborhood in Monte Sereno enjoys an ideal setting away from busy commercial roads, with gently curving streets  graced by creeks, an abundance of trees, and the coastal foothills as its backdrop. It’s a more rural community in that you won’t find sidealks, curbs, gutters, or many street lamps – if any. Property in this area is impeccably presented, with nicely maintained or updated homes and often gorgeous landscaping. Both homes and land tend to be large, though not in every case.

The neighborhood does not come across as pretentious at all, although of course it is a very costly place in which to buy a home. I think it comes across as more low key because the homes seem proportionate to the land, and many are ranch style rather than something trendy. These lovely houses are in sync with the space around them, so you don’t end up with the McMansion effect. The houses are nice but do not crowd the land.

As with most of Monte Sereno, this charming neighborhood is served by the Los Gatos Union School District and the Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School District.

What are properties like in the Twin Creeks area?

As mentioned above, a large percentage of the houses are ranch style, but not all.  Here you’ll also find a mix of Cape Cod, Spanish, and perhaps what’s best described as just traditional. There’s no sense that this is a tract neighborhood.

Houses in the Twin Creeks neighborhood are younger than those you’d find in downtown Los Gatos. The average year built is 1978, and the vast majority of the homes were constructed in the 1970s (7 in the 1960s, 34 in the 1970s, 6 in the 1980s, 1 in the 1990s and the rest since 2000). There’s a large spread in the size of home, with the smallest being 2535 SF and the largest an immense 11,000 SF (that behemeth is hidden from view, so don’t drive through and expect to find it). The average home size is 3871 SF, and most homes are between 3000 and 5000 SF.

Twin Creeks Road Monte Sereno

These homes sit on graciously large lots – the smallest is about 1/3 of an acre, the largest more than 1 acre (about 4 acres), and the average is about 35,000 SF. Most homes can be seen from the street, but a few are hidden, as they have the privacy of flag lots.

Twin Creeks neighborhood ranch style house

 

Home values range tremendously due to the variation in the square footage of the structure and the parcel. Most likely, home prices at the bottom of the pricing tier would be around $3,000,000 to $3.5 million for a more modest home in the area, and of course go up from there. Within the last two years (as of October 2016) there was a sale as low as $2,199,000, but that’s a clear exception. Over the last year two homes sold, one at $3,799,000, the other at $3,838,888, which seem to be the current norm.

Where is the Twin Creeks neighborhood?

The neighborhood begins at Quito Road and Twin Creeks Road and stretches east from there. Other streets include Chadbourne Lane, Banyan Lane, Alma Jo Court, Tamson Court, Janor Court. There are 59 homes in this part of Monte Sereno, and there are two subdivisions here: Twin Creeks (35 homes) and Twin Creeks Estates (23 homes).

Twin Creeks neighborhood

Want to learn more about Monte Sereno real estate, or check out the homes for sale?

Info on the Monte Sereno Real Estate market (on my Valley of Hearts Delight blog):
http://sanjoserealestatelosgatoshomes.com/the-monte-sereno-real-estate-market/

and the RE Report for Monte Sereno, on this Live in Los Gatos blog:
http://liveinlosgatosblog.com/hows-the-market/monte-sereno-real-estate-report-houses/

Please view homes on the market below.

Homes for sale in Monte Sereno

  1. 5 beds, 5 baths
    Home size: 4,869 sq ft
    Lot size: 1.04 ac
  2. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 3,840 sq ft
    Lot size: 18,800 sqft
  3. 4 beds, 4 baths
    Home size: 2,735 sq ft
    Lot size: 7,361 sqft
  4. 3 beds, 2 baths
    Home size: 1,862 sq ft
    Lot size: 12,218 sqft
  5. 5 beds, 5 baths
    Home size: 5,100 sq ft
    Lot size: 1.00 ac

See all Real estate in the city of Monte Sereno.
(all data current as of 8/18/2017)

Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.

Alta Vista neighborhood

Hills proximity to the Alta Vista neighborhoodAlta Vista is a scenic neighborhood which includes homes in both the Cambrian Park neighborhood and the Town of Los Gatos. For many reasons, this area is highly valued and sought after. For this article, we’ll focus on the neighborhood immediately adjacent to the school, not the entire “area of school attendance.”

What makes Alta Vista so attractive? First, it’s convenient. The high performing schools are easy to walk or bike to without crossing any major roads. Almost as close is a good-sized Safeway, a coffee shop, and other stores and eateries at the nearby Downing Center. It’s easy to get to Highway 85 from Union Avenue, too.  As a bonus, the location is popular because of it’s vicinity to Los Gatos with the lower price point of San Jose (for most of the neighborhood).

Second, it’s scenic. Alta Vista has its fair share of visual appeal as well, with many streets lined with beautiful and mature trees, Ross Creek running along one border, and views of the nearby Blossom Hill and coastal range behind it. South of Blossom Hill on the Los Gatos side, it’s not far to the foothills with their trails and parks. Yards and homes are well kept and tidy, as are the streets. Parking near the schools only becomes a problem during school functions a few times a year (and of course at drop off and pickup times).

Simply put, Alta Vista is a scenic neighborhood with great schools and a convenient location. That’s a winning combination.

Blossom Valley Drive home

Above and below: a couple of homes along Blossom Valley Drive.

Another Blossom Valley Drive house

 

To see some images of the neighborhood, feel free to check out the video slideshow just below – please note that this was made in 2009 for the first Alta Vista post on my other blog and that, while the neighborhood as a whole has not changed, things may look a little different. For instance, the new home construction shown in the slide looks much more attractive and lived in now that it has been a few years, and the shopping center has undergone some significant remodeling.

 

Please continue reading for a map of the Alta Vista neighborhood, major landmarks, info on the Alta Vista real estate market, homes for sale in Alta Vista, and more.
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Foothills of Los Gatos, a duplex community near El Camino Hospital of Los Gatos

Foothills of Los Gatos signIf you’ve ever driven Knowles Drive near El Camino Hospital of Los Gatos, you’ve likely passed a small sign announcing a nearly hidden neighborhood named Foothills of Los Gatos. What’s not evident from the busier road is that this is a tidy duplex community along Dardanelli Lane and Vasona Court, offering more affordable housing than most parts of town, yet close to major traffic routes, making for an easier commute.

Great Los Gatos Location

As is always the case, location is the most important factor in this area’s allure. Foothills of Los Gatos is an easy stroll or bike ride to Netflix and also El Camino Hospital of Los Gatos and the many medical offices which are adjacent to it. Equally close is Aldo’s Restaurant (delicious, Italian food) and several other shops and restaurants in the same shopping center, Vasona Station, including the Purple Onion. Wouldn’t it be nice to not need your car? But if you don’t mind, downtown Los Gatos is a straight shot down Winchester Blvd, which becomes North Santa Cruz Avenue.

For commuters, this is a great location too. It’s easy to go north on highway 85, and to return at the same spot along Winchester (unfortunately it is not a “full interchange”). Need 17 / 880? Easy, you can either go south about 1 mile to Lark Avenue to pick it up or you can go north about 2 miles to Camden / San Tomas to enter.

Foothills of Los Gatos

What are the homes like in Foothills of Los Gatos

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Santa Rosa Drive and Sierra Azule neighborhood

About seventy five to eighty spacious homes sit along the scenic eastern ridge tops of Blossom Hill along or just off of Santa Rosa Drive. It’s a stunning neighborhood which enjoys views both of the Santa Clara Valley on one side and the Santa Cruz Mountains on the other. That part of the coastal foothills located south of highway 17, including Loma Prieta and Mt. Umunhum, was once known as Sierra Azul, or Blue Mountain. Hence one of the streets in this Los Gatos community is Sierra Azule (why an extra “e” is added, I do not know).

Santa Rosa Drive - Santa Clara Valley view

Not only are there gorgeous views of the mountains and Silicon Valley, but there are trail heads that connect here, too. Love to mountain bike, hike, or just take photos? You will love the network of trails that weave between the Santa Rosa Open Space Preserve, the Shannon Valley Open Space Preserve, and the paths that lead to Belgatos Park and the Heintz Open Space Preserve, which begins in the Heritage Grove neighborhood.

Santa Rosa trail head

One other neighborhood perk is that the roads here are really not hard to drive. With many view homes, the streets in the neighborhood can be hair pin and scary. This is a newer tract or subdivision, and the area is not hard to drive once you are inside of it. (The street leading up from Shannon Road is a little steep, so going downhill for a new driver might take some practice.)

What are the houses like in the Santa Rosa and Sierra Azule neighborhood?

The bulk of the neighoborhood is found on Santa Rosa and off of it on the east end of the area: Madera Court, Alta Tierra, Auzerais Court, and Colorado Court. These properties were mostly built in the 1980s and 1990s, though a few were before or after that period. There are just a dozen homes on Sierra Azule, most of them a little younger, built between 1995 and 2000. In general, they are not ostentatious or pretentious, but they are fairly large. Continue reading

Kennedy Meadows and Kennedy Estates

Kennedy Meadows and Kennedy Estates are adjoining upscale residential neighborhoods in east Los Gatos, both along Kennedy Road and just a little further from the downtown area than the Surrey Farm subdivision. Below, please find the approximate boundaries that I mapped out.

Kennedy Meadows and Kennedy Estates in east Los Gatos

Kennedy Meadows is a small subdivision on Kennedy Court. It consists 10 of homes built between 1995 and 1997. The average lot size is just under a half acre, and the average home size is  about 4000 SF. This is a very scenic area as the hills are nearby. Properties there sell upwards of $3 million, often $4 million (if not much, much more).

Kennedy Meadows subdivision in east Los Gatos Open Space at Kennedy Meadows Home on Kennedy Court, Los Gatos

Kennedy Estates sign Kennedy Estates consists about two dozen large, estate quality homes primarily along Forrester Road or just off of it on Leotar Court. Most of the houses are 2 story and were built in the 1980s or 1990s, but a few are newer or older than that. There’s a broad range of home size, from 3500 SF to over 8,000 SF, but the majority of houses are between 4,000 SF and 6,000 SF. Most lots are 1-2 acres, and most are hillside (as Forrester runs at the bottom of a little valley). Because it’s a small valley, this area can get quite toasty in summer, as few of the coastal breezes make it through. These luxury properties all enjoy central air conditioning, of course. If you want to live in Kennedy Estates, you’ll probably need to budget $4 million or more to purchase a house there.

Sign for Kennedy Estates - Forrester Road, Los Gatos Entrance to Kennedy Estates Kennedy Estates - Forrester Road, Los Gatos Attractive homes in Kennedy Estates, Los Gatos Forrester Road is mostly in a little valley Beautiful paths and private driveways

 

Why are Kennedy Meadows and Kennedy Estates in east Los Gatos neighborhoods so popular?

First, of course, they are not far from “town” and they enjoy the highly regarded Los Gatos Union School District Continue reading

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