Homes for Sale in Mountain View

Mountain View sits between the Santa Cruz Mountains, which line the horizon to the city's southeast, and the San Francisco Bay. It shares borders with Palo Alto to the north, Los Altos to the west, and Sunnyvale to the south.

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Mountain View Listings

Mountain View Real Estate Market May 27, 2024
57
Listed
66
Avg. DOM
$1,183.17
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,625,000
Med. List Price
57 Properties
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Living in Mountain View

More densely urban than other Silicon Valley regions, Mountain View offers a vibrant city nightlife. It is a city with a younger-than-average population, many of whom naturally work in the tech industry.

It also boasts many stylish restaurants, bars, and boutiques, particularly around Castro Street and El Camino Real.

One of the most exciting cities in Silicon Valley, Mountain View is famous for one massive brand – Google – whose global HQ, the Googleplex, is situated here. Google's property in the Shoreline Technology Park, which covers 51 acres, cost the search engine giant $1 billion to build. It includes a dozen Google-owned buildings and the geometrically landscaped Charleston Park. If you work for the search engine colossus, you'll find many facilities for employees on-site, including the Googleplex employee dog park.

As well as Google, you’ll find Microsoft and various robotics firms just north of the Bayshore Freeway, which splits the city into its primarily commercial northern sector and its largely residential area to the south.

Those seeking respite from technology can enjoy the spring blossoms in Cuesta Park, explore the Bay Trail, or take Mora Drive to the Rancho San Antonio Preserve. There are several places to pick up locally sourced, organic food, including the Mountain View Farmers’ Market, held each Sunday. Produce on sale includes fruit and vegetables, baked goods, and flowers.

Cultural and educational pursuits are numerous in Mountain View. The Shoreline Amphitheater plays host to gigs from legendary artists. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, based at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, produces a program of musicals, dramas, and comedies all year round and is particularly committed to new work. The NASA Ames Visitor Center draws those curious about the bleeding edge of space technology and innovation.

The Computer History Museum is a popular draw, tracing the birth of computation back over 2000 years.

Not everything in the city is new and modern. The Rengstorff House, built in 1867, is one of the earliest homes in Mountain View. Created by businessman and ferry owner Henry Rengstorff in Italianate Victorian style, it stands on lush grounds by Shoreline Lake.

Mountain View Realtors®

Mountain View is one of the most sought-after locations in Silicon Valley due to its balmy climate, lively atmosphere, and proximity to tech workplaces. The covetable nature of a Mountain View address has pushed up property values much higher than the California average.

If you'd like to buy real property, contact our Mountain View real estate agents; we're the LOCAL experts and can answer all of your home buying and neighborhood questions.

Please get in touch if you're thinking of selling your home in Mountain View or the surrounding area. Our listing agents can provide dates and prices of recently sold units nearby and up-to-date local real estate market information.