If you haven’t visited Downtown Campbell, I highly recommend you add it to your to do list. Downtown has so much to offer from yummy restaurants, coffee shops, quaint shops, businesses, bars, and even a museum. The tree lined streets and walkways make for a beautiful time in Downtown.
Homes are older and in high demand due to their architectural styles. Most homes near downtown were built in the 1950’s through 1970’s. They are smaller in size, some with big lots but all with tons of charm. The average price of a single-family home is $900,000 – $1.3 mil. Average days on the market last month was 10 days, so things are going quick! With so many business’ close to downtown, Condos and Townhomes are highly desired. Walking to work is a huge selling point.
No matter what you are craving, there are many options for food. If you are looking for an all organic meal, try Tigelleria located at the edge of town. How about Austrian, try Naschmarkt located in the center of town. Breakfast, Stacks is the way to go. Additional options include Flights, WIllard Hicks and the always deliciously fun Opa. Flaming Cheese, yum!
Oh, the bars and nightlife. So many fun options. Vesper is a James Bond themed bar specializing in small plates and craft cocktails, join the fun at Katie Blooms or if you are in the mood for wine tasting, visit Tessora’s Barra di Vino.
The Sunday Farmers Market has been voted Best South Bay Market numerous times. The market is year-round. The market features fresh produce grown locally. The Sunday Market offers much, much more. It is a festival every week with people, craft vendors, and live music. It is a great time and place to relax and enjoy.
Looking for culture and information on Campbell, visit the Ainsley House, a 1925 California Arts and Craft house. The house and accompanying carriage house were listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A popular destination for field trips is the Campbell Historical House. Located near the center of town, visitors can learn all about the city’s history through self-guided tours centered around the exhibits. These exhibits provide insights into the history of Santa Clara Valley over the past century. Hands-on exhibits encourage interaction with historical objects to better understand life throughout history.
As for shopping, discover boutiques with the latest fashion trends. There is a Celtic shop for all your Celtic needs. For local art, there are Artist Studios and galleries. For the home, it boasts furniture shops, home decor, barbeque and fireplace stores. Need your hair done, visit one of several salons. Downtown Campbell has a little bit of something for everyone. The city host a number of festivals and events each year. Wine Walks, Boogie on the Avenue, Summer Concert Series to name a few. For more information on the events and more, visit https://www.downtowncampbell.com