Welcome to Cupertino
Home to Apple headquarters, this community is coveted for its urban/suburban mix.
Located just west of San Jose and nicknamed the “heart of Silicon Valley,” Cupertino is famously known as the headquarters of Apple. It’s an urban/suburban base for some of the world’s largest tech conglomerates.
Popular for its top-rated school system and low crime rates, Cupertino is attractive to families and young professionals alike who desire to be in the center of it all professionally while still maintaining a decent amount of personal space.
Home to a cluster of neighborhoods, including Monta Vista, Oak Valley, Homestead Village, and Lynbrook, Cupertino offers beautiful hillside views and a vast amount of green space. The 3,988-acre Rancho San Antonio Preserve features hiking trails and opportunities for horseback riding, while Stevens Creek County Park
is accented by a reservoir and offers great spots for fishing, boating, kayaking, and more.
Families are attracted to Cupertino’s urban/suburban mix.
A tech hub surrounded by beautiful nature preserves.
Safe and friendly, this area is big with nature enthusiasts who frequent its expansive system of trails.
Cupertino’s housing market is deemed to be one of the state’s most competitive, and multi-million dollar properties dominate the listings here.
You’ll Fall in Love With
The weather! Mild and pleasant, average high temps in Cupertino hover around 76°F in the summertime and 57°F in the winter. There’s an average of about 18 inches of rain per year. Plus, the average commute is only 26 minutes, making this bedroom community perfect for tech-savvy entrepreneurs and city-slickers alike.
Many people choose to relocate to Cupertino because of the area’s highly rated schools. Among the most popular are:
Monta Vista High School
Cupertino High School
John F. Kennedy Middle School
William Faria Elementary School
Legend College Preparatory
Sunflower Learning Center