Sunnyvale Real Estate

One of the few cities in the United States to combine its fire and police departments, Sunnyvale offers an award-winning record of safety and efficiency. It consistently ranks among the top safest cities nationwide, most recently ranked 7th by Forbes Magazine in 2009.

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The Dawn Thomas Team’s intimate knowledge of the community makes them experts in Sunnyvale Real Estate!

The 24 square miles defining the city of Sunnyvale is home to approximately 150,000 Bay Area residents. The fifth-largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area and the second largest in Santa Clara County, its clean suburban setting, 20 parks, and efficient, high-quality city services along with its central location make it a popular choice among homebuyers.

Sunnyvale residents are perfectly positioned to take advantage of the Bay Area’s plethora of recreation, entertainment, employers, and top colleges.

Sunnyvale has 476 acres of parkland, open space, and public landscaping, including an impressive 37,000 trees. The city’s park system was designed so that every neighborhood was within walking distance of green space. Each park also has a unique theme, offering different landscaping, facilities, and motifs. The 70-acre Baylands Park offers paths, picnic areas, and active recreation opportunities including the Discovery playground, a favorite among children and their parents.   In keeping with its naturalist theme, the park embraces native grasses, open meadows, and an additional 150-acres of seasonal wetlands. One of the most popular, Washington Park was constructed in 1945 near historic downtown. Its 12 acres are well shaded and offer picnic facilities, a swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, and a playground. On the opposite end of the park, spectrum is Full Circle Farm, the largest sustainable community garden in Silicon Valley. The city also boasts access to the San Francisco Bay Trail via its Moffett Connector trailhead as well as 27 holes of golf at its two picturesque courses.

Top employers such as Juniper Networks, AMD, and Yahoo are headquartered in Sunnyvale and several aerospace companies, including Lockheed Martin and Honeywell, have facilities within its borders. The city is also home to Onizuka Air Force Station, the principal artificial satellite control facility for the Armed Forces until August 2010. It’s the main building, known as the Blue Cube, is the base’s most distinctive feature.

Arts and culture are promoted through the city’s annual Art & Wine Festival, Hands-on Arts program, and summer music series. Sunnyvale also offers a variety of shopping and dining opportunities. Its historic downtown district situated on Murphy Avenue is brimming with restaurants and cafes, salons, shopping and spas, banks and professional services as well as upscale apartment communities.


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