Tom Martin
195 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos, CA 94022







Cuernavaca

Cuernavaca, located in Mountain View, is a luxury planned unit develpment of 170 Spanish-style homes situated on approximatley 30 acres. The amenities in this gated community include a pool, spa, clubhouse, tennis courts and playground.



Schools Servicing Cuernavaca

Huff Elementary School

Graham Middle School

Mountain View High School


What's New in Mountain View?

The average 2017 sale price of a single-family home in Mountain View was up 13% over 2016 based on MLS sales data.

5,600 new housing units are currently under construction or under review according to the Mountain View city planning reports.

With thousands of new apartment buildings planned for Mountain View, the city population is expected to grow by 25% from 80,000 to 100,000 in the next 10 years according to January 27. 2018 Daily Post article

The Mountain View Whisman school district is interested in building subsidized housing for teachers. A portion of Cooper Park on Eunice Ave is being considered for the location for this housing.

Mountain View Voice teacher housing article

New Elementary School Attendance Boundaries - The new elementary school attendance boundary map for the 2019-2020 school year. Map-click here.
Student Attendance Areas Advisory Task Force update click here for details

School Dashboard - California Department of Education has replaced the Academic Performance Index (API) scoring system with the California School Dashboard. The dashboard includes 5 performance levels that are color coded, based on a combination of current performance level and change over previous year.
click here for California School Dashboard
click ere for EdSource Dashboard Comparison Tool

Non-compliant Plumbing Fixtures - California civil code 1101.1 – 1101.8 calls for all non-compliant plumbing fixtures to be replaced with water-conservation fixtures by January 1, 2017.

Non-compliant fixtures are defined as follows:

  • Toilets that use more than 1.6 gal/flush
  • Urinals that use more than 1 gal/flush
  • Showerheads that have a flow capacity more 2.5 gal/min
  • Interior faucets that have a flow capacity more 2.2 gal/min

Non-compliant fixtures may need to be replace prior to this date in order to get permit approval for certain building alterations or improvements.

When selling, the seller must disclose to the buyer this requirement and, whether the property includes any noncompliant plumbing fixtures.

Plan ahead and budget for these plumbing upgrades. I'll be happy to recommend a good plumber.

Click here for: California civil code 1101.1 – 1101.8