Tasman Crossing at Sunnyvale North is the quintessential location for quality, comfort, and proximity in the South Bay. This is your neighborhood for two to four bedroom townhomes and condos with a contemporary flair and plenty of personalities. The overarching nautical theme of the area creates a sense of community that flows naturally into the amenities and activities you will find here.
Tasman Crossing represents comfortable upscale living at $955 per square foot and a YTD median sale price of $1,521,000. Its proximity to major tech headquarters Google, Facebook, Cisco, LinkedIn, Apple, Intel, and NetApp is perfect for the established professional in the industry. Families will enjoy the nearby consumer district with trendy small businesses such as Specialty Cafe/Pete’s Coffee, Z Pizza, AMC Mercado 20 and Boardwalk Burger Fries & Shakes. Tasman Crossing is also within a short walk or drive of the neighborhood grocery store.
Your Tasman Crossing homes come from highly reputable contractors including Classic Community Homes, Toll Brothers, Barry Swenson Builders, Pulte Homes and Kavanagh & Brezzo Inc.
Residents do not have to travel outside of the neighborhood for activity, however. The annual Sunnyvale art, wine and music festival headlines the communal event season in downtown Sunnyvale. Kids can play safely at the Seven Seas Park, complete with a spray pool, tennis court, jogging trails, picnic and barbecue setups, a dog park and separated playgrounds for older and younger children. The park continues the nautical theme of the neighborhood with play areas modeled after pirate ships.
The neighborhood is known to be a religiously inclusive community. Faith communities include worship locations for Christian and Hindu, among others. There are many heritage centers focused on specific ethnic communities as well, including the Chinese Christian Church, New Hope International Church, Korean Presbyterian Church, and Iranian Assembly of God.
Tasman is quite well located to major transportation hubs, with easy access to Hwy 101 and 237. The VTA light rail station is also an option for those who prefer public transport. Residents enjoy a web of connection to other nearby upscale areas parks including Orchard Gardens, Fairwood Parks and Lakewood through the John W. Christian Greenbelt. This 6.8-mile paved trail connects the Calabazas Creek Trail, Bayland Park, and Bay Trail.
If you are looking for upscale convenience and quality with a sense of peaceful community, the Tasman Crossing community may be just the place for you. Adventurous contemporary ritz meets traditional community values in a neighborhood that continues to attract residents who are just as beautiful and excellent as the homes themselves.
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