Westwood Oaks is a mid-sized development bordering Sunnyvale and Cupertino in southwest Santa Clara. The development consists of about 700 homes, and was built in stages by well-known developer David Bohannon. The homes are mainly single level ranch style homes, with several varying floor plans. In addition, Bohannon alternated between the classic ranch style and a model that featured mid-century modern elements. Along Pruneridge Ave. on the western side of the creek he developed a few two-level homes with below-grade garages.
Westwood Oaks homes were well received for their design and most homes fell within the property boundaries of the desirable Cupertino school district. With a small portion along the north side of the tract belonging to the Santa Clara unified school district.
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Westwood Oaks Information and Little Known Facts
- A majority of Westwood Oaks falls under the Cupertino School District, but there are areas of the tract that go to the Santa Clara Unified School District. These homes are located on the northside of the tract located on streets like Carlysle, Hudson, Melody, and Shasta as well as small sections of Meadow, Giannini, and Hillsdale.
- Originally the Cupertino School District home school for Westwood Oaks was located directly in the neighborhood but was then closed due to dropping enrollment. The school was located where Jenny Strand Park now resides near Howard ave.
- Bordering the neighborhood to the south, west, and north were cherry orchards owned by C.J. Olson. Highway 280 had not yet been constructed.