The Cuernavaca neighborhood of Mountain View is bordered by Norman Y Mineta HIghway to the west, West El Camino Real to the north and South Knickerbocker Drive to the east, forming a triangle. In the middle of this community is Cuernavaca Circulo, a private group of condos that average well over $1,000,000 each. While this circle is the center of the community, other areas, such as cul-de-sacs, extend off of it to complete the 30-acre area of the community dotted with 170 condos with tiled roofs and Mediterranean detailing. Though this community has aged very well, it was actually built in the 1980s, and it is prized for its large condos and duplexes, as well as its neighborhood pool, which features two spas and a recreation room.
One of the unique elements of this neighborhood is the hospital located off its northwestern corner. In fact, the hospital is part of the Camino Medical Group, one of the largest in California, which specializes in providing spectacular care to patients through the combined efforts of doctors, not traditional owners of hospitals. Parks are not particularly close to this community, which focuses its outdoor amenities on its pool and recreation space. However, the closest parks are Sylvan, Bubb and Cuesta. However, the green belt on the property provides outdoor recreation space and just across the Norman Y Mineta Highway is a portion of the Stevens Creek Trail amply lined in green space, perfect for relaxation or spending time with the family dog.
Because this community borders El Camino Real, shopping and dining there is the go-to main hub for the Cuernavaca community. Restaurants, eateries, shops and big-box stores line the length of this road, but the most convenient stretch is that which leads up to the intersection at Sunnyvale Saratoga Road. Just a few of the shops in the area include Ace Tire, Camino Pharmacy, See’s Candies, Edible Arrangements and Safeway. Some of the nearest places to dine include Madras Cafe, Round Table Pizza, Pezzella’s Villa Napoli and Satkar Indian Cuisine.