Click on the thumbnail photos below and browse
any (or all) of our five short slideshows that
will help you answer this one question:
Could Loma Vista be my new home?
Want to move into an apartment where you can add your colors and arrange your stuff to really look good?
Be the first to use the microwave and the range (which has a self-cleaning oven). All of the drawers in the oak cabinets close themselves. The kitchen and dining floors are easy-to-clean 12” x 12” ceramic tile. The apartment has one common wall and no one lives under it. The bath is tiled (no squishy fiberglass in this complex), and the oak vanity has eight drawers that also close themselves.
We’ve got ferns, lemon bushes, camellias, apricot and loquat trees, a giant avocado tree, a visiting falcon, and a raccoon who lives in a large pine tree.
You can unlock the gates from inside your apartment and let your visitors into the complex. First time visitors often say something about how it really is as peaceful and quiet as it seems when they look through the gates.
The people who used to live here told the managers, “We didn’t realize how quiet our apartment was until we moved and now we hear people in apartments all around us.”
The complex has been earthquake retrofitted and many energy savings measures have been implemented.
Choose a color from our palette of accent wall colors, and we’ll paint an accent wall for you.
Your cat will fit on the windowsills so it can watch sassy squirrels and assorted birds.
Click on the cat photo and meet some of our supremely satisfied feline residents.
The microwave has a convection oven and the refrigerator has glass shelves.
The carpet is a higher grade than “apartment quality.”
You can hook up to our HD antennas and watch a lot of channels for free.
Every apartment is wired for local/national/international satellite TV.
If you have long stuff you only use now and then, you can keep it in your private keyed storage locker that is 8 1/2 feet high instead of propping it in a corner in the living room.
The managers are here – you don’t have to leave messages and make appointments, and residents appreciate the managers.
The residents, as indicated in the notes in the slideshow, are courteous and considerate.
Residents who work at Stanford and at Google sometimes bike to work.
Several residents have said they’ve made lasting friendships here.
$1000 deposit ($500 additional if you have a cat) and lease required.
Location: 2011 California Street (cross street: Rengstorff) Mountain View