Spanos Park

Population: 7,546Median home value: $278,900Find homes for sale 66 Ranks better than 46% of areas

Find Real Estate Listings

New Real Estate Listings In Spanos Park

A Spanos Park Amenities Lots of amenities close to this location
F Spanos Park Cost of Living Cost of living is 9% lower than California
Spanos Park
12626% more expensive than the US average
Stockton
1088% more expensive than the US average
United States
100National cost of living index
Spanos Park cost of living
B+ Spanos Park Crime Total crime is 84% lower than California
Total crime
46683% lower than the US average
Chance of being a victim
1 in 21583% lower than the US average
Year-over-year crime
-10%Year over year crime is down
Spanos Park crime
C+ Spanos Park Employment Household income is 56% higher than California
Median household income
$99,74880% higher than the US average
Income per capita
$32,3799% higher than the US average
Unemployment rate
5%1% lower than the US average
Spanos Park employment
F Spanos Park Housing Home value is 32% lower than California
Median home value
$278,90051% higher than the US average
Median rent price
$1,76886% higher than the US average
Home ownership
76%19% higher than the US average
Spanos Park real estate
D- Spanos Park Schools HS graduation rate is 10% higher than California
High school grad. rates
88%6% higher than the US average
School test scores
42%15% lower than the US average
Student teacher ratio
22:136% higher than the US average
Stockton K-12 schools or Stockton colleges

Real Estate Listings In Spanos Park

Check Your Commute Time

Monthly costs include: fuel, maintenance, tires, insurance, license fees, taxes, depreciation, and financing.
WalkBikeCompactCarS.U.V.
Distance
Duration
Cost/Month
See more Spanos Park, Stockton, CA transportation information

Compare Stockton, CA Livability To Other Cities

Best Neighborhoods In & Around Stockton, CA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Brookside, Stockton774.79,491
Stonewood, Stockton711.14,434
Spanos Park, Stockton6607,546
Civic Center, Stockton656.914,864
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Country Club, Stockton645.79,501
Pacific, Stockton635.444,600
Lakeview, Stockton623.432,545
Lincoln Village Proper, Stockton612.66,786

Best Cities Near Stockton, CA

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
San Ramon, CA8339.274,366
Danville, CA8337.743,758
Pleasanton, CA8239.477,046
Dublin, CA8240.154,523
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Martell, CA8136.5312
North Gate, CA8136.9465
Fremont, CA8049.3227,934
Acampo, CA799.3466

How Do You Rate The Livability In Spanos Park?

1. Select a livability score between 1-100
0
Awful
25
Poor
50
Average
75
Good
100
Great
2. Select any tags that apply to this area View results

Spanos Park Reviews

Write a review about Spanos Park Tell people what you like or don't like about Spanos Park…
Review Spanos Park
Overall rating Rollover stars and click to rate
Rate local amenities Rollover bars and click to rate
Attractions0/10
Community0/10
Nightlife0/10
Dining0/10
Shopping0/10
Beautiful & Exclusive Neighborhood

Attractions8/10
Community10/10
Nightlife6/10
Dining6/10
Shopping10/10
Spanos Park is an exclusive neighborhood located in the northernmost area of Stockton and is divided into two regions, (1) Spanos Park East and (2) Spanos Park West, via 1-5 and Park West Place.

The neighborhood is characterized by its tranquil and exclusive suburban demeanor: sweeping boulevards lined by immaculate landscaping and trees, well-kept subdivisions (both gated and ungated), and statisically highly-rated schools at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in the Stockton and Lodi regions. The area is rather quiet, aside from the frequent sounds of nature that fill the air. A large levy to the south not only acts as a natural buffer from the rest of Stockton, but also provides fishing and leisurely activities on its well-paved trail/bike path. Apart from the southern region, the area is surrounded by agricultural fields which also play a role in Spanos Park's quiet, peaceful nature.

While Spanos Park East is the older of the two regions, the area boasts beautifully kempt residences and features Spanos Lake, several parks, and a clubhouse fitted with a pool, tennis courts, and foot access to the lake. The region houses two elementary schools, two middle schools, and the only high school in the Spanos Park area.

Spanos Park West, as mentioned, is the newer of the two regions. The area boasts similar amenities as its eastern counterpart, including several parks and a clubhouse fitted with a pool and tennis courts. The area features an elementary school near the westernmost border. The average home price in Spanos West is slightly higher than Spanos East, which can mostly be attributed to its newer houses and a more unified architectural theme between all the subdivisions.

Park West Place, an approximate 1,000,000 square feet of retail space nestled between the two regions, boasts a number of shopping, business, and dining amenities, including Target, a Walmart Supercenter (Don't worry, it isn't ghetto), Kohl's, a preschool, upper-end apartments/condos, and much more. In addition, an immaculate golf course, the Spanos Park Reserve, situates itself in close proximity on Eight Mile Road.

Overall, Spanos Park is one of the most desirable places to live in Stockton, next to Brookside and Lincoln Village proper. Come visit us and see for yourself!
  • 0 0
West of I-5 the better part

Attractions8/10
Community9/10
Nightlife6/10
Dining6/10
Shopping10/10
Spanos Park was 2 parts: the East Park (east of I-5) and West Park (west of I-5).

The East Park is of inferior quality, amenities and shopping conveniences resembling typical sprawl at the edge of the city.

The West Park is much newer, nicer, full of amenities and shopping conveniences. Surely the place to be if given a choice between the 2 projects/phases. The West Park has a higher property value proposition and it's about 10 years newer than the East Park. The East Park blends with adjacent residential communities of different characteristics lacking an overall convincing planning design theme to unify the area into a coherent architectural/aesthetic statement.

The West Park stands alone without blending with older/different communities around it. Its future phases have a unified theme and it is much better planned in this regard.

In particular the West Park (not to be confused with Park West which is the name of 1,000,000 sq.ft. or retail space within the park acting as its retail component) is a mixed-use community at the edge of town w/ convenient freeway access.

The only oddity is an out of place office building at the southern edge of the park but other than this the overall theme is relaxing, full of nature's sights & sounds (birds singing, migratory routes et al). It's very quiet with the exception of occasional freeway noise due to prevailing sound carrying breezes. Lots of walkable, nicely landscaped paths. A great levy to the south acts as a combined trail/biking path. Surrounded by agricultural fields but with minimal disruptions (most annoying of which is a yearly ritual of spraying by noisy planes which we could certainly do with out).

The overall project deserves a better marketing name. It's a charming place in search of a better name. Should it had a better labeling it could have competed for second best place to live in Stockton. The current livability rankings give it a score of 74(#3) vs. Brookside 75(#2) vs. Lincoln Village proper 76 (#1). For the money it's probably the best place to live in Stockton but let's not sound too subjective. Feel free to rate it yourself after experiencing it (living in it for at least 2 days).
  • 0 -1
Reason for reporting
Source: The Spanos Park, Stockton, CA data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).
Are you looking to buy or sell?
What style of home are you
What is your
$100K$250K$500K$750K$1M+
When are you looking to
ASAP1-3 mos.3-6 mos.6-9 mos.1 yr+
Connect with top real estate agents