This neighborhood is a small, intimate enclave next to an industrial area of North Shoreline. Jackson Park surrounds its namesake, which displays towering trees, abundant green space, and playgrounds for local children. Charming Craftsman-style townhomes built around 1980 range from 1,500 square feet to 2,300 square feet, while over a block over are single-family homes built in the 1950s. The most popular homes in the neighborhood are in Windmill Park, a development of two-story homes of over 2,000 square feet which were built in the late 1980s. Though the lots range around a modest 4,000 square feet, the close proximity to Mountain View’s downtown area, as well as nearby parks and convenient amenities, allows for easy access to desirable recreation. Residents can easily stroll to get groceries at the locally owned JL Produce, or a quick bite at excellent restaurants like Shana Thai or Taqueria Tres Hermanos at the shopping center on Moffett Boulevard and Central Avenue. Jackson Park is also popular because it is just north of the downtown area.