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Latham Court Apartments

1970 Latham Street, Mountain View, 94040, CA

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Latham Court Apartments Description
At the entry to Latham Court, an attractive, wide lawn buffers your community from the nearby street. Step inside the courtyard and enjoy a respite from the hectic pace of the world outside. Enjoy an afternoon beside the community swimming pool, these conveniences are just a part of life at Latham Court.

Choose from open one, two or three bedroom apartment homes with the right mix of comfort and convenience. Relax on your private patio or balcony, while you unwind from the day. Try out that new recipe in your well equipped kitchen,

Highways 101 and 85 are just minutes away, providing access to San Jose, San Francisco and the entire Silicon Valley. If you'd rather take the train, the nearest CalTrain station is just two miles away. A convenient location, with all the benefits of living in Mountain View.
Floor Plans
Latham Court Apartments is a 80-unit apartment complex featuring Studio to 2 Bed floorplans.
Layout Size Price
Studio 240 sqft $1,625
1 bed / 1 bath 450 sqft $1,850
1 bed / 1 bath 683 sqft $1,950
1 bed / 1 bath 685 sqft $2,050
1 bed / 1 bath 633 sqft $2,050
2 bed / 1 bath 833 sqft $2,750
2 bed / 1 bath 800 sqft $2,750
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
Latham Court Apartments Amenities
Unit Level
Availability 24 Hours
Covered Parking
Storage Space
Night Patrol
On Site Management
Pet Policy
Cats Not Allowed
Dogs Not Allowed
User Reviews
unknown user
August 14, 2017
Rated 1 / 5 stars
“Stay aware!”

The management will do nothing to solve your problem. The management are very rude. As per their contract you have no right except just to pay the rent. There was a resident arrested in their parking lot also the bicycle stolen. In the weekend is very noisy with a lot of party until 4am, some times in the week also. The hallway are dirty and smell bad

Reviews around the Neighborhood
unknown user
Mountain View Love
Downtown Mountain View is a cute little place to visit. Especially on a Sunday, you can shop a little in the farmers' market, then have brunch with friends, and then shop again (There is a boutique called Therapy which I loveeeeeeee). Great selection of restaurants nearby also. We have lived in Mountain View for about 3 years and just love it here!!!
unknown user
Stanford, USC
Good location, close to shops and Stanford
Great location that is walking distance to Cal Ave. There is a solid farmers market on Sundays and Molly Stones right down the road. Only complaint is that the buildings are older but they have recently been renovated with granite and all the niceities.
unknown user
Quiet Residential Area & Walk to Stanford
Seale Ave and, more generally, Old Palo Alto (broadly defined as Embarcadero to Oregon and Alma to Middlefield) is an ideal spot for young families who want to be close to Stanford. It is about 1 mile to Stanford (via quiet streets and bike paths), 1/2 mile to California Ave downtown, 1 mile to Town & Country shopping area, and within 2 miles of 5-6 parks. Very little traffic due to stop signs and Bryant Ave is a great bike boulevard to PA downtown (1.5 miles). There are mature trees shading sidewalks on every street and many silicon valley who's who live nearby. For students looking to party/nightlife I would choose closer to University Ave, this is almost exclusively families/couples.
unknown user
Stanford, IIT Bombay, McKinsey & Company, Sequoia Capital
Incredible neighborhood
It's green, quiet and *everything* is nearby. 82, 101, Foothill, Stanford, Target, Walmart, Whole Foods, CVS, Restaurants, Nail salons, Gun High School, you name it you got it. <3
unknown user
Beautiful barron Park
I love the fruit trees/friendly environment. Very close to Stanford, with a bike path that makes it faster than driving!
unknown user
Pretty, quiet neighborhood
Very convenient to Stanford campus, the 101, and shopping in Town & Country, California Ave, and Middlefield. Very pretty, tree-lined, quiet suburban streets. It's nice for young families.
unknown user
Close to Campus & California Ave!
Quiet residential neighborhood which is only a 12-minute bike ride to campus and offers access to restaurants/bars on California Ave. Area is a bit run-down, but prime location makes up for it.
unknown user
Great neighborhood
~20-30 minutes bike ride to Stanford. At night you need to bike through California Ave. bike tunnel and the park, doesn't feel too safe. Two awesome parks near by, Safeway and Philz coffee in walking distance. Also 5 minuets from exit to 101
review user
El Grullense Tacqueria - The pink building
Open until midnight, this is one of few late night food options in the immediate area around Stanford campus. Its a good tacqueria with typical options. Its clean and th service is good. If you want more authentic, quick Mexican food, this is a great alternative to the Chipotle down the street on El Camino
review user
Joanie's Cafe -- Best NY style Diner in Palo Alto
Great food, great value. Love the omelets. It gets crowded on Weekend mornings. You'll likely have to wait.
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