Tree-lined streets, charming curb appeal, and close proximity to desirable amenities make Cuesta Park truly feel like home. Pedestrian safety is a top priority, and it shows in the numerous speed bumps, dips, and traffic circles built into the streets. Residents have taken to utilizing these safety measures to add an element of verdant beauty to the neighborhood by planting flowers, shrubs, and trees in the traffic circles. Thanks to the abundant safety measures, children can easily stroll to Cuesta and Bubb Parks, while the neighborhood itself is very friendly and close-knit, with neighborhood summer picnics, barbecues, movie nights, and mother’s groups.

Built in the 1950s, most of the homes throughout Cuesta Park have a uniform Ranch style, and range in size from 1,500 square feet to 2,200 square feet on lots averaging between 5,100 square feet to 6,000 square feet. Residents can walk to many amenities including the Grant Hill Park Shopping Center which has Ranch 99 Market, Nob Hill, Marshalls, as well as many small, local shops. Besides being walking distance to downtown amenities, the neighborhood is close to all major freeways making it ideal for commuting.

  • Parks

    • Cuesta Park- 615 Cuesta Drive, Mountain View, CA 94040
    • Bubb Park- 680 Barbara Avenue, Mountain View, CA 94040
  • Public Schools

    • Landels Elementary- 115 W. Dana Street Mountain View, CA 94041
    • Crittenden Middle- 1701 Rock Street Mountain View, CA 94043
    • Mountain View High-3535 Truman Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040 (#12 High School in California)