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Santa Clara, CA

Santa Clara, CA

Santa Clara, California is located in Santa Clara County. Below is a market update video for Santa Clara County. For detailed market report of your neighborhood, please contact us.


One of the most populous of the county's cities, Santa Clara is a mix of robust economic activity, attractive commercial amenities, entertainment sites, and neighborhoods of well-kept homes. Although many residential areas feature homes with a suburban '50s or '60s appearance, extensive renovations, remodeling, and lovely landscaping are the rule. Like San Jose and Cupertino, the city stands tall as one of the high-tech meccas within Silicon Valley. This fact is even more impressive when you consider that Santa Clara intensely and aggressively courted and won the favor of leading corporations like Intel, Applied Materials, 3-Com, and Synoptics. The city's rapid economic development was a direct result of ingenious strategic planning. The reward for this proliferation of flourishing business and industry is a strong tax base and amenities that include over 30 parks, playgrounds, golf courses, theater, athletic fields, and a myriad of activities that appeal to all age groups and interests. Other highlights include the presence of Santa Clara University, with its lush campus and famous Mission Santa Clara de Asis that includes a 1,000-seat Basilica and museum. Santa Clara also offers the two-year Mission College, Triton Museum of Art, and a major amusement park.

Homes and properties for sale in Santa Clara, CA

There are currently 122 listings for sale, including 33 new listings in the past 7 days.

Nearby Schools of Santa Clara, CA

scott lane elementary school (k-5)
1925 scott blvd
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 23 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
21 staff members 503 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +5% to +10%
c. w. haman elementary school (k-5)
865 los padres blvd
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 15 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
30 staff members 460 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +10% to +15%
wilson alternative school (9-12)
1840 benton st
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 30 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
10 staff members 300 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -5% to -10%
buchser middle school (6-8)
1111 bellomy st
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 20 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
49 staff members 987 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +1% to +5%
adrian wilcox high school (9-12)
3250 monroe st
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 14 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
120 staff members 1766 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -5% to -10%
juan cabrillo middle school (6-8)
2550 cabrillo ave
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 10 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
80 staff members 850 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +1% to +5%
bowers elementary school (k-5)
2755 barkley ave
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 27 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
13 staff members 360 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -5% to -10%
santa clara high school (9-12)
3000 benton st
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 26 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
72 staff members 1913 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +1% to +5%
monticello academy (preschool-8)
3345 lochinvar ave
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 10 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
50 staff members 186 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
st. justin school (preschool-8)
2655 homestead rd
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 22 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
12 staff members 294 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
carden academy of santa clara (preschool-8)
615 hobart ter
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 11 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
23 staff members 265 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
granada islamic school (preschool-8)
3003 scott blvd
santa clara, CA 95054
web Website 10 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
36 staff members 400 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
bellarmine college preparatory school (9-12)
960 w hedding st
san jose, CA 95126
web Website 20 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
100 staff members 1630 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
saint clare school (k-8)
725 washington st
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 23 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
12 staff members 310 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change: No Change
st. clare elementary school (k-8)
760 washington st
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 20 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
15 staff members 300 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
neighborhood christian center (preschool-k)
887 pomeroy ave
santa clara, CA 95051
web Website 9 students per teacher Educational climate index: above average
4 staff members 39 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change:
pacific autism center for education (4-12)
1880 pruneridge ave
santa clara, CA 95050
web Website 9 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
6 staff members 50 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:

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