Joseph is a small triangular-shaped neighborhood in Campbell, CA, located between Camden and Bascom Avenues. It’s named after Joseph Avenue, which runs vertically through the area and is largely populated by duplexes and apartment buildings. Here you’ll find an intimate, close-knit community defined by quaint homes lovingly maintained or restored to their original historic beauty. Being the southernmost neighborhood to the east of State Route 17, Joseph is uniquely positioned for easy access to this major roadway as well as the Norman Y Mineta Highway. images

Salerno Drive and Normandy Drive are the two streets in the neighborhood parallel to Joseph Avenue. Home prices in Joseph range from approximately $400,000 to over $1,000,000. The northern edge of Joseph extends beyond Curtner Avenue to Dallas Drive. Most of the homes in this area were built between 1940 and 1989. Residents only have to take the short walk west past State Route 17 to enjoy the dog-friendly Los Gatos Creek County Park along the Los Gatos Creek and the accompanying winding trail. This popular area for outdoor recreation is the companion to Vascona Lake County Park, located only a short drive south along State Route 17, both highlights of Santa Clara County.

For those with busy families that need help getting dinner on the table during the week, where Camden and South Bascom Avenues south of Joseph are a number of fast-food and takeout eateries within walking distance, such as Weinerschnitzel, Foster’s Freeze, Royal Taj Indian Cuisine, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Oriental Garden Restaurant and staples like Taco Bell, KFC, Subway and Jack-in-the-Box. Fast-casual restaurants are located shortly north up South Bascom, including Harbor Fish & Chips, Gyros, Burgers & More and Oysoi Sushi Teriyaki.