Central Sunnyvale is a vibrant neighborhood that offers the best of both worlds when it comes to peaceful living and effortless convenience. This neighborhood is ideally located just north of El Camino Real and Old San Francisco, east of Wolfe Road and Sunnyvale-Saratoga Road, south of Homestead Road, and west of Hollenbeck Avenue. Featuring a variety of architectural styles to suit buyers’ differing tastes, one can find traditional Ranchers, modest Mid-century homes, and more contemporary two-story luxurious residences. Despite this, the majority of homes range from 1,500 to 2,300 square feet, on lots averaging between 6,000 and 9,000 square feet.
Enjoy the privacy and tranquility of this low-traffic neighborhood without compromising easy access to Highway 280, Lawrence Expressway, Central Expressway, and the Sunnyvale Caltrain Station for Bay Area commuting. From this fabulous location, you will be mere moments from wonderful amenities including Cherry Orchard Shopping Center, which boasts a Trader Joe’s, Sweetgreen, Starbucks, and P.F Chang’s amongst others. With no shortage of options, West Sunnyvale, Pavlina, and Hacienda shopping centers are also nearby.
The Sunnyvale Community Center functions as the heart of the city. Home to the Senior Center, Performing Arts Center, Creative Arts Center, Recreation Center, Indoor Sports Center, as well as a 200-person theater, cultural and recreational offerings are thoughtful and engaging
for everyone. Situated close by on an apricot orchard is the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum, which tells the story of how Sunnyvale came to be. When residents have a hankering for the outdoors, Panama Park has
5 beautiful acres of open space to explore, while Braly Park offers unique amenities such as a sand volleyball court, shuffleboard, tennis, and water feature for kids.
Due to its large size, Central Sunnyvale is in the Santa Clara Unified School District (Braly Elementary and Marian A. Peterson Middle), Sunnyvale School District (Ellis Elementary, Cumberland Elementary and Sunnyvale Middle), Cupertino Union School District (Louis E. Stocklmeir Elementary and Cupertino Middle), and the designated high schools are Fremont, Adrian Wilcox, and Homestead High.