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City # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT SACRAMENTO 76 $160,000 $1,708,000 $331 WEST SACRAMENTO 4 $416,000 $439,999 $304 ROSEVILLE 9 $279,500 $520,000 $336 CITRUS HEIGHTS 7 $259,900 $399,900 $240 ANTELOPE 3 $294,000 $309,000 $307 AUBURN 4 $210,000 $509,000 $260 CARMICHAEL 2 $299,000 $315,000 $277 ELK GROVE 8 $229,999 $524,000 $304 FAIR OAKS 2 $299,000 $799,000 $295 FOLSOM 5 $325,000 $567,000 $380 GOLD RIVER 1 $525,000 $525,000 $285 LINCOLN 4 $385,000 $399,999 $307 NORTH HIGHLANDS 1 $214,900 $214,900 $260 DAVIS 1 $765,000 $765,000 $383 RANCHO CORDOVA 4 $224,000 $389,000 $280 RANCHO MURIETA 1 $1,298,000 $1,298,000 $480 ROCKLIN 2 $329,999 $356,000 $305
Whether you're looking for an upscale high-rise condo with full amenities or a cozy townhouse community, Sacramento has something to meet your every need.
West Sacramento is separated from downtown by the Sacramento River and was originally its industrial center. Though most of the structures and businesses here date back before the 80s there has been a resurgence of growth and development in the area. Many of the older buildings are being retrofitted and gentrified while others are being torn down and replaced.
Roseville is a bedroom community of Sacramento, lying at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills, just 16 miles from Sacramento. It is the largest city in Placer County with 126,000 residents.
Citrus Heights is an incorporated city and part of the Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville Metropolitan area. It sits between downtown Sacramento and Roseville. Small businesses, retail chains and service industries thrive here. The Stones Gambling Hall, restaurant and bar opened July 2014 and is on track to be the city’s biggest employer.
Whether you prefer an upscale two-story townhouse or a flat, most condo communities are within walking distance to Antelope Marketplace, parks and schools. Via nearby Interstate-80, Sacramento is only 15 miles southwest.
Still considered the "crossroads of the Gold Country", Auburn, rich in history going back to the California Gold Rush days, is regarded as one of the best places to live in Northern California, offering quaint communities with a hometown feeling.
Those who like being close to downtown Sacramento but prefer to live outside of it should consider the thriving suburb of Carmichael. This city is about 25 miles north east of the capitol and rests on the banks of the American River. Choose from several shopping, dining and recreational offerings and a handful of popular parks. The American River Trail Parkway travels through here and is great for hiking, biking, picnics and boating. There aren't many condos or townhomes in ...
Elk Grove condos are a great fit with the urban lifestyle. As the second largest city in the county, Elk Grove has employers, entertainment and an easy commute to Sacramento. You'll find contemporary townhome style condos here as well as affordable smaller condo communities.
Known for its mix of rural and suburban homes, Fair Oaks is part of Sacramento’s greater metropolitan area and sits just north of Rancho Cordova and the American River, east of Roseville and south of Citrus Heights. It was once a major producer of citrus fruit but has since become known as one of Sacramento’s prime bedroom communities.
Folsom, a suburb of Sacramento, offers pleasant neighborhoods, excellent shopping, dining, and cultural options, as well as a revitalized Historic District. Enjoy recreational activities at nearby Folsom Lake and approximately 32 miles of bike trails.
# Active Listings 1 Min Price $525,000 Max Price $525,000 Avg Price $525,000 PPSFT $285
Lincoln is a Sacramento suburb making a name for itself. Since 2000, its population has exploded nearly 260 percent, which earned a listing on the US Census Bureau's 100 Fastest Growing US Cities and a coveted designation as an All America City. Located at the base of the Sierra foothills, this thriving Placer Valley community is an ideal blend of hometown charm, culture and plenty of entertainment options. In addition to championship golf courses, wineries and a casino, the city's historic ...
# Active Listings 1 Min Price $214,900 Max Price $214,900 Avg Price $214,900 PPSFT $260
Davis is a thriving city eleven miles west of Sacramento and known as one of the most bicycle friendly towns. Residents are so into conserving energy they won a sizable reward from the electric company. The city passed a "Dark Skies" ordinance to protect it from light pollution. The city of Davis is divided into six districts. UC Davis is located southwest of downtown. You'll find a mix of townhomes and garden condos in Davis. The Cannery was built in 2016 near the Wildhorse Golf ...
Historically home to orchards and vineyards, Rancho Cordova is an incorporated city 15 miles east of downtown Sacramento and part of the greater metropolitan area. It is adjacent to Mather Air Force Base and has about 65,000 residents with a median household income of about $90,000, placing it well above the national average.
# Active Listings 1 Min Price $1,298,000 Max Price $1,298,000 Avg Price $1,298,000 PPSFT $480
Central Pacific Railroad named the town of Rocklin for its granite quarries. Granite mining ceased in 2004 and it is now a residential suburb of the Greater Sacramento Metropolitan area. The Educational Media Foundation and SMA Solar Technology have their headquarters here. It is also home to Sierra College and Sierra Jessup University.
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Last Updated: 2023-01-27