Cupertino is an upscale community in the Silicon Valley. It is nestled between Saratoga, Los
Altos, Sunnyvale, and West San Jose. The residents of Cupertino are typically upper middle class
Silicon Valley Professionals. One of the most well known residents of Cupertino is the Apple
Computer Headquarters. Cupertino offers a balance between quiet suburban living and the variety
of cultural events usually found in larger cities.
Cupertino is made up of many subdivisions. Most of them were built since the 1960’s. The newest
development, Oak Valley, was developed around 2000. The homes in Cupertino range from small
600 square foot cottages to luxury 5,000 square foot estates on multi acre parcels. Most of the
homes in Cupertino are contemporary, with the vast majority of homes with wood or stucco
Cupertino is well known for its exceptional Cupertino Union School District. 15 of 19 elementary
schools and 4 of its 5 middle schools have API scores above 900. Cupertino is also served by the
Freemont Union High School District, with Monta Vista and Lynbrook High Schools having API
scores above 900. Cupertino is also home to De Anza College, a highly regarded junior college
offering two year AA degrees, vocational training, and a variety or professional certificate programs.
Cupertino is considered to be bordered by Prospect Road to the south, Lawrence Expressway (
north of Bollinger Road) and De Anza Blvd. ( north of Bollinger road) to the east, Steven’s Canyon
Road to the west, and Homestead Road to the north. Cupertino offers easy access to Highways 280
and 85, Lawrence Expressway and Foothill Expressway, and major streets Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road,
Steven’s Creek Blvd., and nearby El Camino Real.
Cupertino is well known for its exceptional Cupertino Union School District.
Whether you are looking for an upscale community or one with highly ranked schools, it is important
to keep up on the newest property listings so you can find the home that best fits your
specifications. Upscale Cupertino is a popular neighborhood and homes don’t remain for sale long
regardless of the condition of the market.

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