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Downtown Sacramento is the oldest community of the City of Sacramento, the start of “the grid” that crosses numerical streets, starting to the furthest west at the river, running north-south; letters running east west.
With a canopy of trees, Midtown Sacramento is a vibrant community of historical homes and neighborhoods, lofts, and high density homes with walk and bike-ability to the City’s finest dining, bars, cultural, arts, and entertainment venues.
East Sacramento is a well-established community consisting of tree-lined streets, walkable “villages” of local retail, healthcare, and restaurant venues, quality schools, large parks, the large campus of Mercy Hospital (and former campus of Sutter Memorial), and diverse architecture.
With its namesake park on its south side, Curtis Park is a tree-filled residential neighborhood of primarily single family homes with varying architecture, from Spanish style mansions to entry-level cottages.
Land Park is a well-established and delightful place to call home. Primarily single family tudors, Spanish style and executive-level properties abound along the tree-canopied streets.
Offering convenient access to Downtown with large, single story homes and expansive yards, the communities of South Land Park include the SLP Terrace and Hills, respectively.
With its rural feel and some horse-friendly properties, Sierra Oaks and Sierra Oaks Vista offers an in-city respite from city life with its quiet streets and luxury homes.
Centered around its namesake park and school, Tahoe Park is a residential neighborhood of WWII single story tract ranches.
With beach access to the American River, convenience to the American River Bike Trail (on foot or by pedal), a park that features a pool and sporting fields, a quality neighborhood school and low-traffic streets, River Park is a lovely community for all ages.
The Pocket neighborhood is a suburban residential community just 5 miles south of Downtown Sacramento, along the bend of the Sacramento River, west of Interstate 5.
A bend in the Sacramento River west of Interstate 5 just 3 miles south of Downtown Sacramento creates the Little Pocket.
With a lovely greenbelt park starting at the Sacramento River, the well-planned residential community of Greenhaven features a residential lake, 1960s and 70s-built ranches, semi and custom built neighborhoods, apartment and condo communities, and convenient retail and restaurant options.
A city of Yolo County, West Sacramento is an ever-evolving residential community as it moves away from its industrial past.
The 2nd largest city in Sacramento County, Elk Grove is an ever-expanding suburban, planned community featuring great parks, outstanding schools, and extensive retail options.
Carmichael is located along the American River and features a wide range of communities, including country-like properties with large lots, river-side condo communities, and custom, semi custom and tract homes.
Just north of Downtown Sacramento and close to the airport, Natomas is one of Sacramento’s newest residential developments.
Super exclusive community – Water Ski from your own dock when you live on the City’s only community with river-side housing.
Eleven miles to the west of Downtown Sacramento, the highly-planned community of Davis features a charming downtown village, top-notch schools, expansive park systems, and an active community.