The best known as the locale of the Fab Forties, McKinley Park and River Park. The lush tree-lined streets are comprised of a handful of small, charming neighborhoods which blend beautifully with the refined, elegant homes built primarily in the 1930’s and 1940’s. Its strong sense of community, proximity to freeways, downtown, the Capitol Corridor and a number of hospitals make it ideal for professionals, families, retirees and artists.
Flanks Sacramento’s beautiful American River and spans the area of Fair Oaks Boulevard between Watt Avenue and Saverien Drive. In the heart of all the action, the majority of residences are ranch or contemporary style single-family homes nestled amidst Jesuit and Rio Americano High Schools.
Was first developed in the late 1940’s and 1950’s as estate-sized lots for those who loved wide open spaces and room for horses. By the 1970’s, it had evolved from open fields and horse trails peppered with ranch-style homes into one of the most desirable North Area locations with many homes featuring tennis courts, swimming pools and secluded park-like settings.
In the new millennium, it has continued with the explosion of multi-million dollar teardowns, remodels and renovations that today sparkles as a sophisticated neighborhood of multi-level luxury estates.
Are distinct neighborhoods in close proximity to the upscale shopping and dining in the Pavilions Shopping Center. Roughly bordered by Fair Oaks Boulevard, Watt and Howe Avenues and the American River Corridor, the community is just minutes away from almost anything that matters.
Most of the homes were built between 1930 and 1950, a time when quality and integrity were integral to design and architecture. They sit on large parcels that exude charm, character and elegance. Today many have been significantly remodeled or torn down to create an all-new modern design and structure.
A neighborhood with the distinct boundaries of Fair Oaks Boulevard, Watt Avenue, Arden Way and Eastern Avenue. Anchored by multiple parks and many activities and events, the neighborhood exudes a true community feel with its highly-rated public schools and tree-lined streets. You will find many homes have been remodeled or rebuilt over the years on the spacious lots so characteristic of the area.
Is a 32-mile parkway that runs along the American River throughout Sacramento County. It offers luxury living with a view and the serenity of the American River with easy access to a multitude of outdoor sports including the Jedediah Smith Memorial Bike Trail.
Offers residents a dense suburban feel with eclectic styles of homes, a public library, Ancil Hoffman Park and community golf course, and good schools. Residents and surrounding areas enjoy the conviviality of the Milagro Center with its dining, shops, event facilities and entertainment.
Roseville/Granite Bay, Elk Grove and Lake Tahoe.
Nestled along the American River Corridor in Carmichael. It is the ideal location for growing families who are not only looking for access to excellent schools but a lifestyle of comfortable luxury living and plenty of family oriented outdoor activities. Located in the San Juan Unified School district, many of its preferred public and notable private schools are right in the neighborhood or very nearby.
A favorite gathering place for coffee, pastries, cocktails, lunch and dinner is the Bella Bru Cafe in 5-Points Shopping Center that also offers a variety of other shops, dining and businesses.