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Welcome to Rose Garden Real Estate and Homes For Sale online.  If you are looking to buy or sell a home, relocate to San Jose, Silicon Valley or any of the surrounding areas you've come to the right place...Joey Portale can help.

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Rose Garden Real Estate and Homes for Sale

The Rose Garden neighborhood in San Jose, California, is a gentrified residential area, with significant commercial presence along its major streets. Located west of Sunol-Midtown, north of Burbank, northeast of Winchester, and east of Cory neighborhood, and southeast of the City of Santa Clara, the Rose Garden can be considered either the easternmost neighborhood of West San Jose, or the westernmost of the central neighborhoods, although being in City Council District 6 and San Jose Unified School District politically ties the area with central San Jose. The basic boundaries are Interstate 880 to the northwest, the Alameda (SR 82) to the northeast, and Forest Avenue to the south, although there are variations. The neighborhood surrounds and is named for the San Jose Municipal Rose Garden, a 5˝ acre (22,000 m˛) park with thousands of rose bushes. The Rose Garden is served by the zip code 95126.

In 1927, what is now the Rose Garden neighborhood was primarily pear and prune orchards, many owned by Food Machinery Corporation (FMC). The area was also home to farm houses and a few mansions. In that year, the City purchased an 11 acre (45,000 m˛) prune garden and converted part of it into the Municipal Rose Garden. In 1937, John Crummey, the chairman of FMC, subdivided his 25 acre (100,000 m˛) pear orchard into residential lots, establishing the core of the neighborhood.

In addition to the Municipal Rose Garden, the neighborhood is home to the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, Rosicrucian Park, and O'Connor Hospital.

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Rose Garden, San Jose Homes

The city is divided into many neighborhoods, many of which were incorporated places or communities that were annexed by the city. There are also several independent cities around San Jose, but they are popularly grouped with the city of San Jose, either due to being completely engulfed as enclaves by San Jose, or lying within its immediate vicinity. Generally, the city is divided into the following areas: Downtown San Jose, Central, West San Jose, North San Jose, East San Jose, and South San Jose.

Some well-known communities within San Jose include Downtown San Jose, Japantown, Rose Garden, Sunol-Midtown, Willow Glen, Naglee Park, central, Burbank, Cambrian Park, West San Jose, Winchester to the west, Alviso, Berryessa to the north, Evergreen, Alum Rock, East Foothills, King and Story, Little Portugal to the east, Almaden Valley, Blossom Valley, Coyote Valley, Santa Teresa, Silver Creek Valley, Edenvale, Seven Trees to the south.

Diverse architecture and a variety of locations provide many options when choosing a house in San Jose. 

Thoughtfully designed for families, bikeways and walkways connect its tree-lined boulevards and each neighborhood is designed around a park and elementary school. San Jose is also known as your “Recreation Destination.” The city boasts dozens of neighborhood parks, tennis courts, swimming pools, dog parks, softball and baseball fields, soccer fields and numerous picnic and barbeque areas.

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