Living in a one room apartment won't seem so bad when it's a studio in Sunol-Midtown. The short six-minute commute to work in downtown San Jose means you won't have to panic when the work day runs late. But you'll forgot all about the city when you're a mere 15-minute drive away from the shores of beautiful San Francisco Bay. After all, what's the point of living in California if you don't have quick and easy access to bright sunshine and the warm waters of the Pacific? You'll forget all about the tall buildings surrounding your office in the city when you're surrounded by the low roofed houses that make up your new neighborhood. The long paved sidewalks and open skies will be the relaxing backdrop you deserve after a long day's work.
Even the most extreme couch potatoes won't be able to refrain from going outside and enjoying the plentiful sunshine that casts down on the long streets of Sunol Midtown. The sprawling sidewalks provide the perfect setting for daily exercise routines. The flat ground ensures easy going for runners, bikers, rollerbladers and more. You won't have to worry about overheating on your trip, since there are a number of trees that line the walkway, where you'll be able to rest under and drink in the sights of the many pristine white houses topped with colorful roofs and boasting prim and proper lawns.
California's warm weather is ideal for growing various species of flora. Your San Jose studio is an eight-minute drive from the enormous Guadalupe River Park, where you can enjoy a number of gardens, including the Heritage Rose Garden, the Historic Orchard and much more. If the Rose Garden sparks your interest, consider volunteering, as the space is primarily maintained by volunteers. If you're a fan of the many colors of roses, head over to the carousel where you'll be able to appreciate the intricate designs of various animals.
When you move into your new studio in Sunol Midtown, you'll be floored by the sheer number of art venues you'll be able to visit. The San Jose Museum of Art is one of the top modern and contemporary art museums in the country. There are an astounding 1,400 artworks ranging from the twentieth to the twenty first century, including pieces from Dave Chihuly and Milton Avery. You'll also discover plenty of emerging artists at this establishment.
If you're not big on museums and prefer more public pieces, that's not a problem. San Jose is a huge patron city of the arts and is known for public works. A city-sponsored program supports a number of artworks and exhibitions throughout the area. With so many events taking place in different locations, you'll never have a boring weekend.
Lovers of ancient art and architecture will want to frequent the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum and Planetarium, which boasts North America's largest collection of Egyptian artifacts. Additionally, astronomy admirers will want to drop into the Planetarium, which hosts a number of shows that will be sure to cater to everyone's tastes.
Enjoy live performances? You'll have many concerts, musicals and plays to attend when you move into your San Jose studio. The Opera San Jose was founded in 1984 and has hosted a number of popular shows such as Madama Butterfly and Don Giovanni. Firm believers of youth art will love the San Jose Youth Symphony, which visits a number of unique venues that will help you explore your new neighborhood.
The Sunol Midtown studios are a prime location for art lovers who want to take advantage of everything that sunny California has to offer.