Parkwood in San Jose Entices Buyers With Variety of Options
Located near Los Gatos in an established west San Jose neighborhood, Parkwood offers both contemporary condominiums and stylish single-family homes. Bordered by many striking Coast Redwood trees, Parkwood attracts homebuyers with its broad selection of new homes and tranquil location.
â€œParkwood has so much to offer,â€ said Adam Turner, Community Sales Manager. â€œThere are so many new home styles to choose from and the location is close to Silicon Valley employers and Los Gatos, so itâ€™s very convenient.â€
Attractive Spanish architecture highlights the Garden Collection at Parkwood with two- and three-bedroom flats and townhome-style condominiums. Five home designs range from approximately 1,396 to 1,536 square feet with up to three bedrooms and two and one-half bathrooms. These homes feature cooksâ€™ kitchens, luxurious master suites, attached garages, and a deck or porch, per residence.
Distinctive single-family homes in French Country, Italian, Spanish and American Cottage designs make up the Redwood Collection at Parkwood. Â Three spacious and flexible floor plans showcase large, comfortable master suites and a variety of room options. Homes provide approximately 1,717 to 2,107 square feet of living space, with up to four bedrooms and three baths.
The homes include well-designed kitchens and open living and dining rooms on the first level, complemented by quiet sleeping areas above. Flexible options are available, per residence, including an extra bedroom, kitchen upgrades, family room, or sunny deck.
Parkwoodâ€™s homes are complemented by its prime location. Dining, shopping, schools and recreation are all conveniently close as is downtown Los Gatos and Vasona Lake County Park. Close proximity to freeways and highways provide easy access to Bay Area destinations and beyond.Â And, a 1.3-acre city park is located at the heart of the community.
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