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Tracy Pina presents:

Wonderful Sunnyvale Home


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Fantastic Home in the heart of Sunnyvale

4 Bedrooms • 3 1/2 Baths • 2,251 sq ft • 8,050 sq ft lot • Built 1962

A floor plan you will not want to miss - perfect for extended family stays! Double door entry way leads to a full in-law~guest suite and to the spacious living areas.  Enjoy vaulted ceilings complete with skylights with retractable shades, recessed lighting, a full wet bar and a great retro style wood stove. Off the great room is the uber-private lush backyard with brick patio and mature landscaping--a great peaceful retreat for Bay Area living! Gorgeous master suite with a remodeled hotel-worthy master bath plus a very large beautiful walk-in closet.  Hardwood flooring and dual paned windows throughout.

Amazing Location!! Walk to neighborhood Cabana Club (optional) at the corner of Shetland and Linnet, Apple Campus, Ranch 99, Kaiser, Kona Kai Swim & Racquet Club, Ortega Park. Great commuter routes to leading high tech - LinkedIn, Google, Tesla and Hwys 280/237/85/Lawrence Expressway.

Excellent Schools: Collins Elementary, Cupertino Middle, Fremont High.

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(408) 460-0861
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Tracy Pina

Coldwell Banker Realty

Broker Associate / Realtor®

Top 1% Worldwide

DRE# 01401384

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1701 Heron

Sunnyvale boasts one of the largest populations in Silicon Valley and also serves as the headquarters for many well-known companies, such as Yahoo! and NetApp. 
Mountain View, Cupertino, and Santa Clara surround the city of 147,000, which is well-connected to its neighbors via public transit and roads. Sunnyvale is home to a Caltrain station and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority light-rail and bus service. A number of highways, including state Route 85, Highway 101, and Interstate 280, run through the city.
Sunnyvale has long served as an economic center. Early settlers took advantage of the region’s fertile soil to grow fruit, and that industry later expanded into canneries after the railroad arrived in 1864. After World War II, many defense-related companies set up operations in Sunnyvale. Today, the city offers about 20 parks, numerous playing fields, shopping centers, and a range of special events, such as an art and wine festival, a holiday tree-lighting event, and a summer music series.
The city’s median household income is $100,000, and the median home value is $711,00, according to 2013 United States Census Bureau data. Of Sunnyvale’s 55,791 housing units, 47 percent are occupied by the owners.