Within these popular Sacramento real estate neighborhoods, home prices can start at about $200,000 for a smaller cottage-style homes and can exceed $3,000,000 for larger homes. The Sacramento region is truly diverse in terms of homes and particular real estate neighborhood. Sacramento is just a couple hours drive to San Francisco, Napa Valley, west coast beaches, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite.
With the New Sacramento Kings Arena set to open for the 2016-2017 NBA season, real estate prices and rents are increasing in the downtown area. The New Sacramento Kings Arena “Golden 1 Center” is a multi-purpose indoor arena in downtown Sacramento, California and it will replace Sleep Train Arena as the home of the Sacramento Kings of the NBA. The arena will host concerts, conventions and other sporting and entertainment events. The Sacramento Kings are scheduled to begin using the arena for the 2016–2017 NBA season. The new Sacramento Kings arena will have more luxury suites and capacity will be expandable to about 19,000. The publicly owned arena is part of a business and entertainment district called Downtown Commons, otherwise known as DoCo, which will include a $250 million 16-story mixed-use tower.
Popular Sacramento Neighborhoods
Land Park, Sacramento
Land Park real estate consists of mainly single-family homes in the area between Interstate 5 to the west, Broadway to the north, Sutterville Road to the south and Freeport Blvd to the east. Land Park is one of Sacramento’s oldest and most historic neighborhoods. Centered around William Land Park, Land Park is among the most desirable neighborhoods in Sacramento to live. Land Park real estate is highly favored for their proximity to William Land Park, it’s architecturally distinctive vintage homes, large shade trees, historic acorn streetlights and the storybook quality of the neighborhoods. The schools in the Land Park area are great, adding yet another draw for families. This well-maintained area is one of the more expensive areas in the Sacramento region for real estate.
Land Park homes for sale
Curtis Park, Sacramento
Curtis Park is a neighborhood located within the city of Sacramento, California. Curtis Park is defined as north of Sutterville Road, south of 2nd Avenue, east of Freeport Boulevard, and west of Highway 99. Homes in Curtis Park range from small bungalow style to larger homes. Curtis Park home price range from approximately 300k to 900k.
Curtis Park homes for sale
Fabulous 40’s, Sacramento
Fabulous Forties real estate prices can range anywhere from $700,000 exceeding $3,000,000. Fabulous Forties (also known as Fab 40’s) can be found between J Street and Folsom Blvd in East Sacramento, particularly 40th-48th Streets. Fabulous Forties homes are filled with vintage charm. These homes were all built between the 1920s and 1950s. This section of East Sacramento has been considered one of Sacramento’s most quintessential and fashionable real estate neighborhoods. Fabulous Forties real estate have beautiful well appointed homes and a mix of architectural influences. In addition to its beautiful mansions and wide tree-lined trees, the Fabulous 40’s have been home to many affluent residence. While governor of California, Ronald Reagan lived in a 12-bedroom estate on 45th Street. And its picturesque, tree-lined streets made a cameo in the opening credits of American Beauty, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2000.
Fabulous Forties homes for sale
Midtown Sacramento real estate consists of homes and upscale Lofts, borders are R Street on the South, J Street on the North, 16th Street on the West and 30th Street on the East. Midtown is a largely residential community with tree-lined streets and old Victorians and upscale Sacramento Lofts. Midtown is also the center of Sacramento’s art, music, and cultural scene. Newer developments consisting largely of upscale Sacramento Lofts have priced out some real estate buyers.
Midtown Sacramento homes and Lofts for sale
East Sacramento (also known as East Sac) is a neighborhood in Sacramento that is east of downtown and midtown. East Sacramento is bounded by U.S. Route 50 to the south, Alhambra Boulevard to the west, Elvas Avenue to the north and northeast, and California State University, Sacramento and the American River to the southeast. East Sacramento also includes McKinley Park and the “Fabulous Forties” neighborhood.
East Sacramento homes for sale
Tahoe Park, Sacramento
Tahoe Park real estate is convenient to downtown and is a magnet for first time home buyers. Tahoe Park real estate was built in the first half of the 20th century, the real estate in this well-established neighborhood feature a variety of architectural styles and canopied with mature shade trees. Tahoe Park is located just south of Highway 50 at 59th Street. Tahoe Park is named for the 19-acre park at the center of the neighborhood, this area is populated with many young families.
Tahoe Park homes for sale
Elmhurst is a historic residential neighborhood located in the eastern part of Sacramento, California. Elmhurst is known for its large mature elm, ash, and oak trees that provide shady canopy for the neighborhood. The boundaries of Elmhurst is defined by Highway 50 to the north, Stockton Boulevard to the west, 57th Street to the east, and V Street and Second Avenue to the south. The main thoroughfare through Elmhurst is T Street. UC Davis medical center is adjacent to Elmhurst.
Elmhurst homes for sale
Sierra Oaks/Sierra Vista, Sacramento
Sierra Oaks is a beautiful neighborhood with mature tree-lined streets and estate like homes on large lots. The Sierra Oaks neighborhoodS encompasses about 900 homes and is a quiet, safe neighborhood. Sierra Oaks neighborhood boundaries: Watt Avenue (east), Monroe and University avenues (west), Fair Oaks Boulevard (north) and on the south by the American River. Sierra Oaks Vista neighborhood boundaries: Fair Oaks Boulevard (south), Fulton and Monroe avenues (west), Northrup Avenue (north) and Watt Avenue on the west. When searching for Sierra Oaks real estate, home buyers will find some of the most expensive real estate in the Sacramento region. Sierra Oaks home buyers tend to buy here for the excellent schools which are known for their high test scores and active parent involvement. Sierra Oaks residence also love the neighborhood for the easy commute to Downtown Sacramento.
Sierra Oaks homes for sale