The Vista del Monte neighborhood is a cherished and attractive area in Los Gatos 95030. Many of these are understated Los Gatos luxury homes from the front, but are amazing once you step inside!
Few quick points about why the Vista del Monte neighborhood is so popular:
- scenic area close to the hills, tree lined streets
- many streets have sidewalks
- enjoys a beautiful neighborhood park
- highly prized Los Gatos schools
- out of the downtown hustle and bustle – but close by!
- most sections have a wonderfully quiet sound score on the HowLoud.com website
- the terrain is mostly level or gently sloping, but there are a few homes with views.
- there’s a video drive through at the end of this article – click through to see it!
Like most of Los Gatos, there is some variation in the size of the houses and lots, but to describe the area generally, it’s fair to say that most are ranch style homes (single story, split level and 2 story homes) built in the late 1950s to mid 1960s, with some built in the late 70s. The average home size is about 2300 SF (most range between 1500 and 3000 SF) and the average lot size is about a quarter acre (many are 8000 to 10,000 SF, but a few are far larger). Most houses include attached 2 car garages, but a few of the larger homes or those built more recently offer 3 car garages.
This is a nicely maintained area where you’ll find pride of ownership in the upkeep of homes and yards.
Where is the Vista del Monte neighborhood?
The Vista del Monte neighborhood is in in east Los Gatos. It is located off of Kennedy Road and Harding Avenue and is adjacent to Worcester Park and reaching almost to Loma Alta Avenue and Spreckles at the far end.
Size & boundaries: the Vista del Monte neighborhood boundaries are not exact, but the area includes about 180 homes east of Worcester Park, between Kennedy Road and Alta Vista Avenue. Several of the streets have “Vista” as part of the name: Vista del Mar, Vista del Prado, Vista de Sierra, Vista del Campo, and of course Vista del Monte. Other included roads are Cerro Chico, Jared Lane, Worcester Loop, Worcester Lane, and Harding Avenue.
Vista del Monte is in the Los Gatos Union School District with Los Gatos High and Fisher Middle and Van Meter Elementary.
Worcester Park is an 11 acre park with 3 trails, one of which leads to a meadow with views of the hills. You can read more about it on the town’s website.
A location issue to be aware of is that this neighborhood is all within the Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone, where homeowner’s insurance may be more expensive.
Homes for sale in and near Vista del Monte:
Please check out Clair’s and my recent listing & sale (closed April 25, 2022): Stunning Vista del Monte home for sale at 253 Vista del Monte in Los Gatos
What does it cost to purchase real estate in this area?
As of May 2022, most homes are selling for anywhere from the low $3 millions to well past $4 million.
It’s not cheap but the neighborhood tends to hold its value exceptionally well as it enjoys scenic beauty, close proximity to town, great Los Gatos schools and much more. Browse the findings below to get a sense of the current pricing there. Feel free to also check out my post on Los Gatos Real Estate Market Trends and Statistics, updated monthly, for a view of the town’s real estate trends.
Would you like to learn more about buying a home or selling a home in this or any other part of Los Gatos? Please call or email me for a private, no obligation consultation to see if we might be able to work together to help you to achieve your real estate goals.
Below please find homes listed which are currently for sale, pending / under contract, or sold recently. Please keep in mind that houses in Los Gatos are often selling far above list price as it is a deep seller’s market here.
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(all data current as of 9/27/2023)
Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.
Video drive-through of the Vista del Monte neighborhood
A few years ago, I video taped some of this area while being driven through it. This was filmed in late September of 2014, so during the 3rd year of a drought, and you will notice that the neighborhood looks a little dry (lawns are a little more tan than usual). This is true throughout Silicon Valley and California as a whole during any prolonged drought, but is not the norm otherwise.