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4 Bedroom | 2 Bath | 1,664 sq ft | 8,064 sq ft lot | Built 1962Lovingly maintained home, first time on the market! Beautiful sun filled move-in ready home located in the the heart of Silicon Valley and desirable Cupertino School district. Featuring an inviting living room, an eat-in kitchen and a separate family room with a fireplace and a sliding glass door to the backyard. Recent updates include a newer furnace, refinished hardwood floors, fresh paint, new light fixtures, new bath fixtures and a new kitchen sink faucet. The home has double paned windows and central forced air heating and cooling. The large landscaped back yard features a mix of new and well established plants, fruit trees, and accent flowers. The two-car garage includes the laundry area and extra cedar storage cabinets.
Amazing Location!Short walk to Panama Park, Ortega Park and Louis E. Stocklmeir Elementary.Bike or short drive to Raynor Park, Apple Park Campus, 99 Ranch Market, restaurants, Kaiser Santa Clara, Sunken Gardens Golf.Easily enjoy downtown Sunnyvale on Murphy Ave with all its dining, shops, festivals and fun.Easy commuter route access to Highways 280, 85 and 237.Award-winning Cupertino schools. Louis E. Stocklmeir Elementary, Cupertino Middle, Fremont High School
Sunnyvale boasts one of the largest populations in Silicon Valley and also serves as the headquarters for many well-known companies, such as Apple, Yahoo! and NetApp.
Mountain View, Cupertino, and Santa Clara surround the city which is well-connected to its neighbors via public transit and roads. Sunnyvale is home to a Caltrain station and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail and bus service. A number of highways, including state Route 85, Highway 101, and Interstate 280, run through the city.
Sunnyvale has long served as an economic center. Early settlers took advantage of the region’s fertile soil to grow fruit, and that industry later expanded into canneries after the railroad arrived in 1864. After World War II, many defense-related companies set up operations in Sunnyvale.
Today, the city offers about 20 parks, numerous playing fields, shopping centers, and a range of special events, such as an art and wine festival, a holiday tree-lighting event, and a summer music series.