West Sacramento

September 26, 2011

West Sacramento

Bordered by the Sacramento River and bountiful farm lands, West Sacramento offers a wide variety of home choices and life styles. Within 10 minutes of downtown’s business offices and state buildings, you can choose from ranchettes on 2 or 5-acre parcels, new or near new single family homes, or townhomes close to public transportation. Enjoy the benefits of small town living next door to the capitol.

North Highlands

September 26, 2011

North Highlands

Bordered to the north by Antelope, to the west by Rio Linda, to the east by Citrus Heights, and to the south by Foothill Farms.  North Highlands offers some of the best home choices for the first time homebuyer or investor.  Many of the homes were built around the 1970’s  and some before.

Antelope

September 26, 2011

Antelope

Now incorporated as a city, Antelope is in the Northern part of Sacramento County.  Antelope covers only 3 miles by 1.5 miles.  Consisting of homes built around 1990, with maturing trees and many small businesses in the area.  It’s all about convenience and a feeling of community warmth.  Antelope has two golf courses in the town.  With affordable home prices, Antelope has been experiencing a surge in the real estate market.

Arden – Arcade

September 26, 2011

Arden-Arcade

Arden-Arcade represents early 1950’s construction, larger lots, early suburbia, lots of parks and some clearly defined communities such as Arden Park, Garden of the Gods, Sierra Oaks, Country Club, Del Paso Manor.  Schools are at the top in scores so very popular with parents.  Demographics are varied by age group with a good blend of young, middle, and older diversity.  Many homes are being either completely refurbished or replaced because residents love the neighborhood.

Gold River

September 26, 2011

Gold River

The community of Gold River is located about 15 miles east of downtown Sacramento. Gold River is nestled between the towns of Rancho Cordova, Fair Oaks and Orangevale and is accessed via highway 50. It is bounded by Sunrise Blvd. On the west, Hazel Ave on the east and the American River to the north. The founding of this neighborhood community began in the late 70’s with developer John Powell at its helm. Today, the approximately 950 acres is composed of the Gold River Racquet & Health Club, the Gold River Discovery Center, where children are schooled between kindergarten and sixth grade. Its school district is the San Juan Unified School District.

There are about 3,000 homes in the 25 single-family home villages that strictly enforce its local CC&R’s. This is where the maintenance of front lawns, trees and security do not have to be compromised. Outdoor activities beckon with 5 miles of nature trails for either biking, hiking or both, that are linked throughout. Its just a stone’s throw from the “launching pad” of a summer favorite – rafting on the American River. Parks, greenbelts and vast common grounds abound. Retail stores, restaurants, bakeries and local businesses such as banks and other service specialties outline the commercial areas of its main thoroughfares.

Development has been on going.  Homes were built in as early as the late 70’s and some are still to be completed.  Their sizes range from 1500 to 5000 square feet.  There is a home for everyone here – strike gold at Gold River.

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