Real Estate | Mountain View Online |

Real Estate

Search Options
Bedrooms (min)
Bathrooms (min)
Price Range

Based on
search criteria selected.
Open Day
Sat.   Sunday Show only open homes
Click on map pins for property details.
Home For Sale      Open Homes This Weekend     Enhanced Listings
Homes for Sale/Open Prior Sales
Map View Table View Map View Table View
Displaying 273 homes.
Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed to be accurate and subject to change.
Source: Multiple Listing Service & individual agents, brokers and owners.
If you are a broker and would like your listings shown here, you will need to opt in through MLSListings.
Click here for the MLS home page, sign in, then go to the Broker Center tab for options.

Printer friendly version of map
Real Estate Headlines

Home Front
This weekend, have tea at the gardens of the Filoli estate in Woodside, take a young tree health survey for Canopy, get answers for your plant problems at Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden and more. Friday, 11:32 AM

Painting the door red (or turquoise or purple)
Interior designer Kit Davey has advised hundreds of clients on paint colors for their homes and front doors. Some people are bold and take risks with a bright orange or a shade of green that reminds them of a forest. Others stick with a beige house, with a dark beige door. Friday, 11:44 AM

Home Front
This week's column includes information on the annual Silicon Valley Energy Summit, which is being held at Stanford; Acterra's water quality inspection of San Francisquito Creek and St. Frank, a luxury home goods store, which will open in Town & Country Village in June. Friday, 10:38 AM

The flight of the butterfly
Eleanor Laney remembers a time when it was easy to spot a butterfly fluttering by or perched on a flower. But for her and many other avid gardeners, these sightings have become increasingly rare. Friday, 3:55 PM | 1 comments

Neighborhood profile: Rex Manor-Mountain Shadows
Mountain View's Rex Manor-Mountain Shadows community is a potpourri of diversity in northern Santa Clara County. Bounded by Central Expressway, Shoreline Boulevard, Middlefield Road, Farley Street, Burgoyne Street, and San Ramon and Montecito avenues, its proximity to shopping, entertainment and Google make it an attractive community to singles and families looking for a suburban lifestyle with an urban feel.
Friday, 12:22 PM | 1 comments

Neighborhood profile: Stierlin Estates
It's not uncommon to see people tending to their gardens or children playing in their front yard in the Stierlin Estates neighborhood; that's a typical weekend afternoon.
Friday, 12:19 PM

Indigo endgame: growing blueberries successfully
Blueberries top the U.S. Department of Agriculture's list of fruits high in antioxidants, and grow rampantly on the East Coast, but many Western gardeners struggle to grow even a handful. Friday, 11:41 AM

Home Front
This weekend, take a hike at Cooley Landing in East Palo Alto, learn how to photograph gardens and nature at Filoli in Menlo Park and more. Friday, 11:32 AM

Real Estate Matters: Local homebuyers headed downtown
As more people move to the Bay Area to take advantage of the region's high-octane job market, traffic has gotten predictably worse. Friday, 10:40 AM

Sleek, clean lines for today's living
The 2016 Silicon Valley Modern Home Tour, slated for Saturday, May 14, is an opportunity to see just what modern looks like. The self-guided tour features five homes, three in Palo Alto, one in Mountain View and one in Saratoga. Friday, 10:12 AM

Home Front: top events
This weekend, learn how to transplant tomatoes into the garden, attend a "repair cafe" at the Museum of American Heritage to get something fixed and more. Friday, 10:10 AM

Home Front
Explore the outdoors this week with a spring garden tour at Palo Alto's Gamble Garden, talk about classic shrub roses during The Peninsula Rose Society's monthly meet-up and more. Friday, 5:05 PM

The benefits of bugs in the garden
While "benefits" and "bugs" seem like antonyms, certain insects actually help organic gardens be healthier. Friday, 11:19 AM

Do-It-Yourself: Jazz up the fireplace
When Redwood City resident Glenda Fuge isn't using her fireplace, she likes to add personality to an otherwise dull space with a decorative screen. Fuge, a semi-retired occupational therapist, crafts her own fireplace screens out of recycled materials like metal fences, iron headboards, scrap wood and, her favorite, old window frames. Monday, 10:22 AM

Contemporary tranquility
It was the sound of the creek flowing near the Midcentury Modern home in Portola Valley that drew Julie Dyson in 2011. Monday, 10:21 AM

Recent home sales: Some very old homes change hands
The oldest home sold in this week's column was built in 1912 in Palo Alto. Read on for the details. Monday, 10:20 AM

Sales at a glance: Top sale is $5.6 million
Palo Alto real estate recently sold for between $1.5 million and $5.6 million, according to this week's column. Friday, 2:57 PM

Toy storage
It can be thrilling for children to receive toys on birthdays or special occasions, but what happens when the toys start to pile up? What happens when the playroom becomes a sea of strewn Legos and Barbie dolls and art supplies -- when it's so cluttered that the floor is no longer visible? Friday, 12:16 PM

Garden Tips: The need for design
How do we come up with design ideas? All gardens but those tied by history or notable designers face re-design at some point. Often simple plant replacement can alter a good design, causing imbalance and distortions. Friday, 12:15 PM

Recent home sales: steady sales throughout the area
This week's column shows homes selling in every city in the Palo Alto area, though no more than five in each city. Sunday, 4:05 PM

Sales at a glance: Top sale is $5.6 million

Sales at a glance: Atherton, again, shows biggest recent sale

Home Front

Home Front: Going Native garden tour

Ranch home remodeled

Positively Green: The 'green' and 'blue' connection

Home Front: real estate and home news briefs