This luxury 2 bedroom 2 bathroom fully furnished apartment home has in unit washer dryer, high speed internet, cable tv, fully furnished with 2 queen beds, beautiful couches, dining table, two tv's and new bedroom furniture! Two walk in closets, a large patio and a fully equipt kitchen! All in the heart of Sunnyvale! We are located near the intersection of 237 and 101, off of Central Expressway. We are in the perfect spot, close to so many major SV companies!
- Apartment912 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay5 nights
Apartment, 2 Bedrooms, 2.0 Bathrooms, (Sleeps 6)
Rosswood Properties, LLC
- Calendar last updated:
- Jul 21, 2018
Pool / Spa
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
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Welcome to Sunnyvale: The Heart of the Silicon Valley: Visitors and residents enjoy Sunnyvale’s beautiful, clean suburban setting, efficient, high-quality city services, low crime rate, quality schools and 18 prize-winning parks. Through its innovative and cost effective Public Safety Department concept, which combines traditional fire and police functions into one department, the city offers its citizens and businesses an award-winning record of safety and efficiency. Some of the nation’s most successful business and industrial leaders are located in Sunnyvale, including AMD, Network Appliance and Yahoo!. Residents can drive within an hour to many distinguished educational institutions, including Stanford University, San Jose State University, Santa Clara University and University of California. Foothill, De Anza, West Valley and Mission Community Colleges and Cogswell College are only minutes away, offering high quality community college classes and programs. Sunnyvale’s commitment to every citizen within the community sets it apart. High quality parks, a full-service library, promotion of cultural arts activities and strong support for maintenance and repair of public facilities reflect this commitment. The City is less than an hour from the Pacific Ocean, and close to California’s famous redwood forests and beautiful Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada for summer exploring and winter skiing. In the greater Sunnyvale area, theaters, concert halls, museums, libraries and art galleries fill the most demanding cultural needs. The city offers shopping convenience and variety with more than 49 neighborhood and regional centers, including downtown shopping and dining at Murphy Avenue, a unique and historic business district. Quick Links: SUNNYVALE SHOPPING GUIDES: DINING GUIDE OF SUNNYVALE: MAP OF SUNNYVALE PARKS AND OPEN SPACES OF SUNNYVALE: GOLF COURSES OF SUNNYVALE: A BRIEF HISTORY OF SUNNYVALE Sunnyvale’s history has always been based on its economy. Initially, the area’s vast open space and fertile soil were ideal for the fruit orchards that supported the settlement’s first residents. With the arrival of the railroad in 1864, the economic base of the community was able to expand, as canneries to process the fruit from the surrounding orchards were built near the rail lines. In 1906, the Hendy Iron Works relocated from San Francisco to Sunnyvale, continuing the area’s industrial development. By 1940, the population had grown to about 4,400 and the Hendy Iron Works was taken over by Westinghouse to support the war effort. After the war, the defense-related industry arrived, capitalizing on the pleasant climate and Moffett Naval Air Station. Lockheed Missiles & Space Company moved to Sunnyvale in 1956, and soon became Sunnyvale’s largest employer. The 1950s and 1960s became the periods of largest growth for the community, resulting in a population of 96,000 in 1970. The defense era gave way to the high-tech era when the microprocessor was introduced in 1971. During the years that followed, companies with foresight saw the potential of computers and the power of semiconductors. The City became the nexus of research, development and manufacturing that created Silicon Valley, and that legacy continues today in the era of the Internet. Whether you live in Sunnyvale or are just visiting, there are plenty of fun activities, great weather and engaging lifestyle opportunities for you! With a population of roughly 140,000 people, this beautiful city was settled by the Spanish people in the 1770s but did not become an official city until 1912. Located in what locals call "the heart of the Silicon Valley" Sunnyvale is home to the headquarters of many big name companies such as Apple Inc., Yahoo!, and Lockheed Martin Space Systems. It has been rated in the Top 10 Ten Safest Cities in the United States for many years, thus making it a wonderful city in which to live and raise a family. The dedication of Sunnyvale's public service people raises the quality of living immensely. In fact, the town features a single unified Department of Public Safety, which means that all of their employees are trained to be proficient in firefighting, police work, and emergency services to ensure that help is available as quickly as possible if needed. This also opens up countless employment opportunities throughout the city. Most of the schools in the district have high education rankings, which is ideal if you are planning to settle down in Sunnyvale. It offers many beautiful and well-kept parks for its residents to enjoy. If you are looking for a great playground to take the kids to, consider De Anza Park for its large Pirate Ship themed play structure or Ortega Park for the Splash Water Play Area. Sunnyvale also has two golf courses to offer its residents and visitors. If you are looking for the best possible quality of living for your family in the San Francisco Bay Area, you have certainly found it! The town is easy to navigate and has plenty of accessible and convenient transportation options. If you are going to be visiting Sunnyvale for a short period of time, there are countless entertainment activities you won't want to miss. If you have an interest in wineries you should visit Three Arches Winery for a tasting event. If you are interested in history, Sunnyvale is home to the The Lace Museum and the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum, both overflowing with interesting information about the area. Sunnyvale's Farmer's Market is a great stop to put on your itinerary to give yourself a taste of the delicious local produce. Consider visiting to dig deeper into the tourism and entertainment sections, plus, you will discover a full business directory for the city. Sunnyvale is such a wonderful and thriving city! Whether you are planning to make it your home or you are just stopping in for a day or two, you will not be disappointed with all that it has to offer. Downtown Sunnyvale, also known as Town Center, is a beautiful and upscale community at the southern-most extent of the San Francisco Bay. This southern bay area town is known for its quiet residential neighborhoods, a variety of spacious parks, bustling shopping districts, and office parks for industries from aerospace to technology to military, making it one of the most important cities in the heart of Silicon Valley. Downtown Sunnyvale is nestled between the cities of Santa Clara to the east, Cupertino to the south, and Palo Alto to the northwest. Downtown Sunnyvale Location & History As for the downtown Sunnyvale area itself, one can consider its area starting at the intersection of El Camino Real (the 82) and Mathilda Avenue, running north through the Heritage District to the Sunnyvale CalTrain station and the location of the weekly Sunnyvale Farmers Market. If you want to visit downtown Sunnyvale, take the Mathilda Avenue exit from the 101 or 237 freeways and drive south for just over a mile. You’ll find downtown Sunnyvale between Evelyn Avenue and El Camino Real. While the downtown area had started to feel slightly run-down by the mid 2000s, it underwent a complete redesign in 2009, and many of the office and apartment buildings in the area had their exteriors redone to improve the looks of downtown Sunnyvale. It’s now a wonderful, family-friendly destination that has something for everyone. Eateries in Downtown Sunnyvale First and foremost, there are plenty of amazing restaurants and cafes to enjoy in the town center. Some of these include Hardy’s Bavarian German restaurant, Il Postale Italian, Firehouse Grill and Brewery, Phuong Thao Vietnamese restaurant, and Bean Scene’s local coffee house. Sunnyvale Local Businesses, Shops, & Events Downtown Sunnyvale also features a number of local businesses ready to help you with any of your needs, from attorneys to optometrists to employment agencies and physical therapists, and you’re supporting the local community by using these specialists. There are boutique clothing and book shops, as well as a few big box retailers like Macy’s and Target. You’ll also find a number of buildings ready to accommodate your office, as well as apartments and condos to afford you the option of living and working in downtown Sunnyvale. There’s also the farmers market every Saturday and seasonal events like the summer concert series and the annual Christmas lighting ceremony. Whatever you choose to do in town center, you will be surrounded by a tasteful and sophisticated environment that will entice you back again and again. DINING GUIDE FOR SUNNYVALE (1) - Cherry Chase Center Arby’s, 601 S. Bernardo Ave., , Casa Lupe (Mexican), 671 S. Bernardo Ave., First Wok, 653 S. Bernardo Ave., Hanamaru (Japanese), 675 S. Bernardo Ave., , Round Table Pizza, 665 S. Bernardo Ave., , Sugar Butter Flour Bakery Shop, 669 S. Bernardo Ave., , (2) - Los Cedros Center A Slice of New York (Pizza), 1253 W. El Camino Real, Ste D, Satkar Indian Cuisine, 1253 W. El Camino Real, Ste E Togo’s, 1253 W. El Camino Real, , (3) - Bernardo Center Madras Café (Indian), 1177 W. El Camino Real, , McDonalds, 1169 W, El Camino Real, , Pho Quyen #2 (Vietnamese), 1185 W. El Camino Real, Super Taqueria, 1195 W. El Camino Real (4) - Cala Center Aachi Aappakadai, 1105 W. El Camino Real, La Miche (Bakery), 1107 W. El Camino Real, , The Old Siam (Thai), 1111 W. El Camino Real #137, , (5) - Camino West Center Domino’s Pizza, 992 W. El Camino Real, , El Pollo Loco, 996 W. El Camino Real, , Subway, 956 W. El Camino Real, , (6) - 939 West El Camino Real Real Ice Cream, 939 W. El Camino Real #109, , Chaat House (Indian), 939 W. El Camino Real #111, , Lee’s Sandwiches, 939 W. El Camino Real #108, , Papa Murphy’s, 939 W. El Camino Real #112, , (7) - 901 – 919 West El Camino Real Thai Spoons, 909 W. El Camino Real, , (8) - The Market Center Jack in the Box, 813 W. El Camino Real, , Kabul Afghan Cuisine, 833 W. El Camino Real #11, , (9) - 398 West El Camino Real Ginger Café (Asian Fusion), 398 W. El Camino Real #114, , Smoothie King, 398 W. El Camino Real #110, , (10) - Cherry Orchard Center Chipotle Mexican Grill, 324 W. El Camino Real, , P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, 390 W. El Camino Real, , Pasta Pomodoro (Italian), 300 W. El Camino Real #32, , Smashburger, 328 W. El Camino Real Starbuck’s Coffee, 332 W. El Camino Real, , (10) – Big 5 Shopping Center Boudin/SF, 701 Sunnyvale-Saratoga Rd Peet’s Coffee & Tea, 144 W. El Camino Real, Tacos Jalapa, 154 W. El Camino Real The Habit Burger Grill, 146 W. El Camino Real Wok’s On Express, 156 W. El Camino Real Yume-Ya Japanese Restaurant, 150 W. El Camino Real, (11) - Toys R’ Us Plaza Five Guys Burgers and Fries, 116 E. El Camino Real, , Panera Bread, 118 E. El Camino Real, , Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt, 122 E. El Camino Real, , Pizza My Heart, 110 E. El Camino Real, , Rubio’s Mexican Grill, 108 E. El Camino Real, , (12) - 111 – 161 East El Camino Real Armadillo Willy’s BBQ, 161 E. El Camino Real, , Andhrabhavan Indian Cuisine, 151 E. El Camino Real, , (13) - Spaulding Square McHenry’s Bar & Restaurant, 415 E. El Camino Real, Katana Sushi, 411 E. El Camino Real, , (14) - Charles Avenue Plaza Bay Area Hot Breads, 464 E. El Camino Real, , The Pasta Market (Italian), 460 E. El Camino Real, (14) - 510 East El Camino Plaza El Caminito (Mexican), 510 E. El Camino Real, (15) - Camino Oaks Plaza Olleh Sushi and Tofu House, 595 E. El Camino Real, Thai Lemongrass, 573 E. El Camino Real Togo’s, 561 E. El Camino Real, , (16) - Pavlina Plaza Bon Chon Chicken, 572 E. El Camino Real, H. Butler’s Bar B. Q., 568 E. El Camino Real, B, , McDonald’s, 556 E. El Camino Real Saizo Japanese Restaurant, 592 E. El Camino Real, Spice Hut (Indian), 594 E. El Camino Real, , (17) - Amber Circle Starbuck’s Coffee, 795 E. El Camino Real, , (18) - Hacienda Center Ariake Sushi, 759 E. El Camino Real, Bengali Sweets (Indian), 783 E. El Camino Real, , Cold Stone Creamery, 757 E. El Camino Real, , Jamba Juice, 797 E. El Camino Real , Marie Callender’s, 751 E. El Camino Real, , (19) - Wolfe Plaza Chaat House (Indian), 889 E. El Camino Real, , Pesarattu, 893 E. El Camino Real (19) - 928 – 944 East El Camino Real Lovely Sweets & Snacks, 932 E. El Camino Real, (20) - El Camino Plaza Jangtu Restaurant (Korean), 1012 E. El Camino Real, Komala Vilas, 1020 E. El Camino Real, Kwality Sweets N Food (Indian), 1036 E. El Camino Real, Ocean Blue, 1010 E. El Camino Real, (21) - Bell Plaza Sawa Sushi, 1042 E. El Camino Real, , Subway, 1044 E. El Camino Real, , (22) - Henderson Center Carl’s Jr., 1051 E. El Camino Real, , Tanto Tanto (Japanese), 1063 E. El Camino Real, (23) - Camino East Center India Chaat Cuisine, 1082 E. El Camino Real #7 Palace BBQ Buffet, 1092 E. El Camino Real #1, City of Sunnyvale Economic Development Division 456 W. Olive Avenue Sunnyvale CA 94086 Phone: Fax: www. Additional shopping center brochures available online at Shop.inSunnyvale.comuters and the power of semiconductors. The City became the nexus of research, development and manufacturing that created Silicon Valley, and that legacy continues today in the era of the Internet.
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