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From an urbanite neighborhood with views of the bay to a quiet refuge in the hills, the Bay Area offers a diversity of lifestyles, tastes, and communities. Few other areas of can you simply walk a few blocks to experience a different vibe and climate all in one. As we continue to expand across Northern California, Southern California and the Pacific Northwest, we will be spotlighting the neighborhoods in which we build. 

If you’re looking for the right spot in the Bay Area to call home, check out some of the neighborhoods below where you can find TJH homes. 



While this small city is the famous home to Apple Inc. headquarters, it’s also highly sought after for its top-rated schools and safe suburban neighborhoods. This town of approximately 60K residents offers plenty of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks, making it a family favorite in Silicon Valley. 

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10661 Gascoigne Drive, Cupertino, CA 95014



San Jose

As the capital of Silicon Valley, San Jose is known for its unbeatable weather, safe neighborhoods, walkability, plus convenient access to hiking and biking trails. Its rich history, cultural diversity, and close proximity to San Francisco’s city life or Santa Cruz beaches make this area a highly desirable city whether it’s a family looking for more space or young professionals starting their careers. 

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1191 Curtiss Avenue, San Jose



Willow Glen

Nestled only a few miles from San Jose’s downtown, you’ll find charming tree-lined streets, sidewalk cafes, and eclectic boutiques of Willow Glen. Its downtown is known as San Jose’s local treasure featuring something for everyone, from noteworthy restaurants and live music to the local landmark children’s bookstore and art district. With a small town vibe and convenient access to San Jose and other major cities, Willow Glen has quickly become a top community that homeowners want to live. 

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1571 Keesling Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125



Mountain View

Cupertino may be home to Apple, but Mountain View is the birthplace of tech giant, Google. Named because of its bird’s eye view of the Santa Cruz mountains, Mountain View is a city for anyone who loves the outdoors. The city is full of boutiques, craft restaurants, bars, and sidewalk cafes, making it a pedestrian oasis, while hikers, runners and cyclists have a range of trails just outside of the metropolitan area. It’s also one of the five Bay Area cities that offers a bike share program to take advantage of the many bike paths and alternative transportation. 

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914 Washington Street, Mountain View



Menlo Park

This small city just north of Palo Alto offers a tranquil vibe and strong community feel making it ideal for families. What it lacks in nightlife, it makes up for in green parks, off-leash areas for dogs, playgrounds, tennis courts, and more. Its small downtown also hosts a number independently owned shops and high end restaurants while the residential areas are built around top-rated schools, walking trails, and mature trees.

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2001 Menalto Avenue, Menlo Park, CA 94025




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