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Santa Cruz County

 Soquel is a decent-sized city in Santa Cruz county. It is located 4.6 miles southern directions, and near to the north coast of Monterey Bay, so the climatic conditions are Mediterranean style here.


It is an ideal family town with a variety of soccer, softball, and baseball playfields and a large open coastal prairie terrace for a picnic. Anna Jean Cummings Park, Richard Vessey, Willowbrook Park, and Soquel Lions. There are two protected lands on Fairway Drive available for the family rides - the Greenspace Garden and the Fairway Drive Coastal Prairie Terrace. When you want to reside somewhere to raise your family, you will appreciate living in Soquel. 

  • Area11.91 km²
  • Population9644
  • WeatherHigh 27°C low 13°C
Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of housing options are available in Soquel?

Soquel is a moderate size town near Santa Cruz to lead a simple and peaceful life with your family. There are plenty of different styles of family homes available in Soquel, such as luxury homes, condos, single-story homes, furnished homes, and other new family homes. 

What is the average home price in Soquel?

When you want to buy a family home in Soquel for a medium-size family, you have to averagely spend $995M. The rare may vary according to the size, location, or other price-determining factors. 

How is real estate appreciating in Soquel?

Soquel's real estate market is progressive - the median price per square in Soquel has appreciated by 1% in the last few years. Averagely, 16-20 homes are sold every month in Soquel. So, the real estate market is indeed appreciated in Soquel.


What are some of the most popular areas to live in Soquel?

Soquel is a hot real estate market because there are numerous popular residential areas available such as Alfadel Ln, Corte Cabrillo, Alturas Way, Rogers Road, Center Street, DEL RIO Cr, Cory Street, Forest Dr, Soquel Dr, and a couple of more.


How is life in Soquel?

Life in Soquel is a mixture of suburban and rural feels. Mostly, people own homes in Soquel, so it is a family oriented town. You can find lots of cute coffee shops, boutique restaurants, and parks in Soquel. Residents of Soquel are both young professionals and retired folks.