Homes for Sale in Sunnyvale

At the southern extent of San Francisco Bay, adjacent to Santa Clara and San Jose, lies the city of Sunnyvale. The city enjoys a few miles of the San Francisco Bay shoreline and sits within the Santa Clara Valley. Sunnyvale lives up to its name, often catching the sun when neighboring Bay Area cities to the north and west are swathed in fog.

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Sunnyvale Real Estate Market May 27, 2024
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Living in Sunnyvale

One of the safest cities in California, Sunnyvale is home to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and pioneers, many of whom live and work in the region. There are office complexes here belonging to such household names as Google, Apple, and LinkedIn.

It’s also one of the birthplaces of the modern video games industry, having once held the Atari headquarters. However, modern Sunnyvale is not just about gamers, coders, and tech gurus. There’s much more to this bright, leafy city than Silicon Valley.

Nature lovers can stroll over 70 acres of reclaimed salt flats and protected wetlands at Baylands Park, including boardwalks allowing birdwatchers to spot woodpeckers, flycatchers, orioles, and wintering geese. There's also a bookable 300-seater amphitheater for events, and groups regularly meet here to exercise and explore together.

Sunnyvale has one of the best farmers' markets in the Bay Area, held on Saturday mornings at South Murphy Avenue. Locals can dine out in the surrounding streets at an impressive array of independent local eateries. Middle Eastern, Thai, Indian, and Chinese restaurants can all be found jostling for customers. There's a lively downtown bar scene too.

The Heritage Park Museum is a great way to learn about the area's pre-Silicon Valley history, while visiting one of the earliest examples of a wood-framed home, the Murphy House (1850). There's plenty to discover from the Ohlone First Nations people through the gold rush, railroad expansion, and agricultural periods.

Given its proximity to the Rancho San Antonio Preserve, the McLellan Ranch Preserve, and other former ranch preserves, hiking and trail exploration are popular pastimes for residents. The PG&E Trailhead begins just off Cristo Rey Drive and provides a nine-mile loop offering spectacular views across the valley. There are wineries in the hills southwest of Sunnyvale worth visiting too.

Sunnyvale offers its entrepreneurial residents a safe, lively place to live and work, with plenty to do in the evening and quiet residential streets to retire to at night. It's a very sociable region with dozens of meetup groups enjoying everything from business networking to basketball and dinner parties. The area is self-sufficient, with most of what you need for a happy life on your doorstep.

The unique combination of modernity and creature comforts makes Sunnyvale one of California's most desirable cities.

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