Homes for Sale in Campbell

Campbell sits southwest of San Jose, divided by Los Gatos Creek and Highway 17. The residential part of the city lies west of Highway 17, with the east portion primarily industrial.

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Campbell Listings

Campbell Real Estate Market February 22, 2024
15
Listed
17
Avg. DOM
$966.98
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,698,000
Med. List Price
15 Properties

Living in Campbell, CA

Campbell has enough nightlife and cultural variety to entertain professionals not yet ready to settle into suburban quietude while providing some respite from Silicon Valley's bustle. It has one of the liveliest downtown scenes of any of the towns surrounding San Jose and boasts many great restaurants, bars, and cafes.

Excellent transport links help make it a popular nightlife destination in the area. Campbell is not the quietest of satellite cities, despite being on the outskirts of San Jose, so it would suit professionals who enjoy city living with some affordable housing options.

There are great trails by the side of the creek and around John D. Morgan Park, where there are facilities for picnics, athletics, and an accessible play area. There's also a large open space surrounding the Campbell Community Center (more below).

Bars, restaurants, and cafes line East Campbell Avenue, South Bascom Avenue, and Winchester Boulevard, and there are plenty of gyms, hair salons, and martial arts schools. The Pruneyard Shopping Center provides the convenience of a suburban mall and a large downtown farmers' market, open every Sunday morning and providing fruit and vegetables, flowers, and handmade goods.

Museums of note in Campbell include Ainsley House, a restored mock-Tudor home converted into a museum and open to the public, and the Campbell Historical Museum, a converted firehouse that takes an eclectic approach to local history. Nearby Campbell Community Center has a park, pool, sports facilities, and Heritage Theatre, a former high school auditorium built with Works Progress Administration funds in the 1930s. Performances are held throughout the year.

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