Blossom Valley Homes for Sale
Blossom Valley is a family-oriented neighborhood. The Los Capitancillos Ridge separates Blossom Valley from Almaden Valley. It rests east of Cambrian, also known as Cambrian Park. It is home to the 95123 and 95136 zip codes which collectively have a population now exceeding 110,000. Blossom Valley is a short drive from downtown San Jose. It offers views of Mt. Umunhum to the west, and from higher ground, the lights of the Santa Clara Valley at night.
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Blossom Valley is a neighborhood in San Jose, California with a population of 78,013. Blossom Valley is in Santa Clara County. Living in Blossom Valley offers residents an urban-suburban mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Blossom Valley, there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Blossom Valley and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Blossom Valley are above average.
Thousand Oaks Park
Thousand Oaks Park is a large neighborhood park with open turf and playgrounds, shaded by native oak trees. Park visitors can find a more passive setting on the west side of Thousand Oaks Drive, where the park’s Woodland Area offers a short walking trail with natural open space views. Thousand Oaks Park and Woodland Area preserve one of San Jose’s healthiest examples of oak woodland ecosystems and are a rare feature on the valley floor.
William H. Cilker Park
William H. Cilker Park is a small strip park of about 1.8 acres, along Winfield Avenue in south San Jose, California.
Leif Erikson Park
Named after the famous Viking explorer this 1.5-acre sits in the middle of a nice middle-class South San José neighborhood. There's plenty of street parking and you can also use the school next door's lot after hours.