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Come home to 252 Beegum Way! Your place to relax, recharge and get away from the hustle of Silicon Valley life.

This home features a spacious and well laid out single level floor plan. Separate living and family rooms give you additional space to call your own. Beautiful textures and designer touches abound with natural oak hardwood, sustainable cork flooring, and open beam ceiling in the dining room.

Lush landscaping with deck and pergola.

Updated energy efficient features include central heating and air conditioning. Sunrun solar system with zero payments and included service plan through September 2035. Level 2 electric vehicle fast charger.

Located a stone's throw from the Village Oaks Shopping Center with Target, Marshalls, Petco and Safeway. Lowe's and Costco are close as well. Local restaurants include, Aqui and Bill's Cafe.

Convenient to Blossom Hill VTA and highways 85/101/87.

Parks and open space are nearby including Santa Teresa County Park and Santa Teresa Golf Club.


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All showings require either an appointment or a digital sign-in process prior to entry, including completing a PEAD form. Any such showings still must follow these rules:

  1. Have protective equipment like masks and hand sanitizer made available.

  2. Thoroughly clean all shown properties and disinfect commonly used areas such as doors and doorknobs, cabinet handles, switches, etc.

  3. Control the number of people in the house by only allowing in one buying party at a time (which could consist of more than one person). The listing agent and buyer's agent may also be on the property at the same time.

  4. All showings require appointments OR digital sign-ins. 


Patrick Johnson

Keller Williams Silicon Valley

Realtor® GRI, SRES

Inspiring Dreams... One Yard at a Time.

DRE# 01381622

(408) 410-9139 office


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252 Beegum Way

Founded in 1777, San Jose was California’s first civilian settlement and one of the first incorporated cities in the state. It also served as California’s first state capital. The countless activities available and the proximity to some of the region's largest technology companies are two of the main reasons people live in San Jose.

San Jose offers great access to public transit, with service from Amtrak, Caltrain, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, and other agencies. The city has its own airport, Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport. Museums include the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, the San Jose Museum of Art, The Tech Museum of Innovation, and the San Jose Steam Railroad Museum. Sports fans have several teams to follow, include the San Jose Sharks, the San Jose Earthquakes, the San Jose Giants minor-league baseball club, and the San Francisco 49ers, who recently relocated to neighborhing Santa Clara. Santana Row remains a popular dining and shopping destination.

Blossom Valley is located in the southern region of San Jose, northeast of the Los Capitancillos Ridge that separates it from Almaden Valley. It is located east of Cambrian and northeast of Almaden neighborhoods. It is just northeast of the Santa Teresa Hills and the Almaden Valley. Neighborhoods within Blossom Valley include Erikson, Thousand Oaks, and Pinehurst at, respectively, the southwest, northwest, and northeast quadrants of Pearl Avenue and Branham Lane.

Nearby Santa Teresa County Park offers a variety of recreational opportunities.

The Pueblo Day Use Area includes parking for over 170 vehicles and an equestrian staging area. A reservable group picnic area for up to 100 people with a large barbeque pit is sited near a restroom facility and potable water source. Other individual picnic tables and barbeques are scattered throughout the day use area.An archery range is open for public use except when tournaments are scheduled.

The park offers over 17 miles of unpaved trails for equestrian, hiking and bicycle use. Some of the trails are steep, namely around Coyote Peak. The Coyote Alamitos Canal is a Santa Clara Valley Water District facility. The canal includes a maintenance road which is not part of the park's trail system. Spectacular wildflower displays may be found from March through June on the Stile Ranch Trail as well as many other trails in the park.

Santa Teresa Golf Club offers an 18 hole championship course and a 9 hole/par three course. The clubhouse includes a restaurant and pro shop and banquet facility.