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Sunnyvale is a city located in Santa Clara County and home to about 150,000 residents. It's the seventh most populated city in the San Francisco Bay area and one of the major cities comprising Silicon Valley. It's bordered by San Jose, Mountain View, Cupertino, and Santa Clara. It's the location for many tech companies as well as the Onizuka Air Force station. Read on below the listings for more information about this Silicon Valley city.

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Originally called Murphy, Sunnyvale got its current name back in 1901 because of its sunny region adjacent to areas with significantly more fog. Over the years, the city has built up and celebrate its 100th anniversary on August 25, 2012. In 2010, Sunnyvale became home to operations from numerous tech companies including Apple, LinkedIn, Google, Walmart Labs, and 23andMe.  - Check out one of our favorite spots for dinner at the Oxford.

As previously mentioned, Sunnyvale gets fantastic weather and has a Mediterranean climate with mild, moist winters and very dry, warm summers with an average temperature in the high 70s during the summer and an average high temperature of around 50° in the winter. We hardly get any snow.


Residents are part of their own Sunnyvale school district but some parts of the city are in the Cupertino Union School District and the Santa Clara Unified school district. For the high school, most of the city is located in the Fremont Union high school District but there are multiple middle schools and elementary schools as well as private and preschools.


The southern half of Sunnydale is primarily residential predominantly built out by Eichler Homes. Within these neighborhoods, there are nearly 500 acres of parks including some of the largest, the Las Palmas Park, Ortega Park, Seven Seas Park, Washington Park, and Baylands Park. There are also two public golf courses and a gorgeous garden community called Charles Street Gardens. This thriving organic community garden is in the heart of Sunnyvale offering sustainability and a space for garden lovers to experience urban green space in a busy city. Plots are utilized by local gardeners and classes are held each quarter on growing your own food in a variety of garden activities.

Why live in Sunnyvale?

Sunnyvale offers a wide range of amenities, entertainment, and services yet still tend to offer that small-town charm. With gardens, sunshine, affordable homes, a thriving business industry, and close proximity to the San Francisco and San Jose area, Sunnyvale might make an ideal location to call home. Browse all available listings above or simply contact our office at any time to schedule a showing, a virtual tour, or for more details.

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