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Well maintained single-story duplex with ideal commuter location in Central Campbell, and within walking distance of John D Morgan Community Park, Campbell Middle School as well as several shopping centers along Winchester Blvd. Commuting to top Silicon Valley employers is convenient with quick access to San Thomas Expressway, as well as highways 880 & 85.
186 Budd Avenue, the larger unit, offers 3-bedrooms & 1-bathroom, a 1-car detached garage w/laundry hookups and a separate, well-sized private backyard. 188 Budd Avenue, offers 2 bedrooms & 1 bathroom with access to a 1-car detached garage as well as it’s own private backyard. Both units have dual pane windows, and unit 188 has been recently updated with new interior paint, newer carpeting, and kitchen with granite-slab countertops & modern appliances.
Offering two well maintained residential units in a highly desirable south Bay Area location, 186 -188 Budd avenue, having provided consistent long-term investment income, is a great opportunity for the seasoned real estate investor, or as a great solution for a homeowner looking to live in one unit and generate some additional income.
The City of Campbell is centrally located in the Silicon Valley, 50 miles south of San Francisco, and bordered by San Jose, Los Gatos, and Saratoga, and was founded in 1846 by Benjamin Campbell. This small quaint town has it’s roots as a major center for shipping fruit grown in the surrounding area, all well as an important rail center for several fruit canneries serving the all the local orchards. The cit was officially incorporated in 1952 and the city began to transform from orchard lands into residential and office developments. Today, Campbell is a suburban residential neighborhood with a population of 41,161 and a balance of land uses for commercial, industrial, and quality housing, all within its six square miles.
The city is well known for its vibrant and historic downtown district along Campbell Avenue, just west of the railroad in the central area. Numerous restaurants, sidewalk cafes, coffee houses and trendy boutiques line both of sides of Campbell Avenue, making it a local Silicon Valley hot spot for local cuisine and nightlife. And on the weekends, downtown is host to one of the most popular South Bay Area farmer’s markets.
The city is connected to Silicon Valley by several major freeways. State Route 17 runs roughly parallel to Los Gatos Creek on its eastern side; State Route 85 runs roughly east–west through Los Gatos just south of Campbell and cuts through the southwest corner of the city. Several light rail stations are also available throughout the city providing public transportation into downtown San Jose as well as up the peninsula via Caltrain.
Campbell public schools belong to two districts, the Campbell Union Elementary School and the Campbell Union High School. Of these districts, the schools located within the city are Campbell Middle School, Capri Elementary, Rosemary Elementary, Village school, and Westmont High School. Forest Hill elementary school's campus is half in Campbell as well. Westmont High School is home to one of the few enduring Future Farmers of America programs left in the San Francisco Bay Area. There are 19 Campbell elementary schools, 9 Campbell middle schools, 3 Campbell high schools and 28 Campbell preschool schools. There are also 13 private schools in Campbell.
Campbell is served by a plethora of trendy shopping centers and convenience including big name brands such as Safeway, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s and much more. The Los Gatos Creek, which flows north-north-east on the east side of the city is a favorite jogging & biking path for locals which starts close to the percolation ponds and ends in Los Gatos. Campbell also offers a community center that hosts many community shows and education programs as well as offers access to a pool, football field, track and a popular skate park.
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