Sunnyvale is renowned for being at the heart of Silicon Valley. Once home to vast agricultural land and orchards, it is now home to many tech giants along with an array of residential neighborhoods of both single-family homes and condominium/townhome developments. There is a charming downtown area known as Murphy Street with many options for indoor and outdoor dining. Across the way is Sunnyvale’s newest commercial development with theaters, wonderful shops, parks, apartments, and tech companies – a true live/work environment. Sunnyvale encompasses almost 23 square miles and is the 7th most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area. There are numerous residential neighborhoods, and school districts have a lot to do with prices of homes. Sunnyvale is also known for its number of mid-century modern homes, made famous by developer Joseph Eichler, and there are many parks in Sunnyvale with a total of 476 acres, plus there are two public golf courses.
Single-family homes in Sunnyvale range from just under $1 million to $3.75 million. There are many condominium/townhome complexes, and these range from about $535,000 to $2.1 million as of 2021.
|Cupertino Union||Chester W. Nimitz Elementary||K-5|
|Cupertino Union||Louis E. Stocklmeir Elementary||K-5|
|Cupertino Union||West Valley Elementary||K-5|
|Santa Clara Unified||Braly Elementary||K-5|
|Santa Clara Unified||Ponderosa Elementary||K-5|
|Sunnyvale||Cherry Chase Elementary||K-5|
|Sunnyvale||San Miguel Elementary||K-5|
|Sunnyvale||Columbia Middle||Middle (6-8)|
|Cupertino Union||Cupertino Middle||Middle (6-8)|
|Santa Clara Unified||Marian A. Peterson Middle||Middle (6-8)|
|Sunnyvale||Sunnyvale Middle||Middle (6-8)|
|Fremont Union High||Fremont High||High (9-12)|
|Cupertino Union||Homestead High||High (9-12)|