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Considered one of CNN Money Magazine’s Best Places to Live, El Dorado Hills is one of Northern California’s most prestigious addresses. Nestled in the picturesque foothills of the Sierras, El Dorado Hills is located 25 miles east of downtown Sacramento, 90 minutes from Lake Tahoe and less than 2 hours from San Francisco and Napa. It’s a community that enjoys the kind of location Californians dream about close to lakes, wineries, ski resorts and state parks.
This breathtaking community boasts rolling hills with beautiful views of the downtown Sacramento, the Sierras and Folsom Lake. El Dorado Hills features several master planned communities, including The Promontory and Blackstone offering high end and luxury homes, and Serrano featuring a country club and championship-caliber golf course designed by Trent Jones. With the neighborhoods of Waterford, Fairchild, Stonegate, Ridgeview and Highland View — in addition to 55+ active adult communities of Four Seasons, Heritage and Versante — El dorado Hills offers a wide array of lifestyle options.Residents of El Dorado Hills enjoy the benefits of having some of the top ranked schools in the state with numerous opportunities for involvement in sports and community activities ranging from art and wine fairs to evening music performances in the park, as well as the 4th of July Spectacular over the lake at the Town Center make El Dorado Hill a amazing community. With its cafes, restaurants, movie theaters, community events, and shopping, El Dorado Hills in a wonderful place to live or visit.
Originally named Granite City, Folsom is rich in history dating back to California’s Gold Rush. It’s a harmonious dichotomy of history and innovation. Old Town Folsom is known to be one of the oldest and largest centers for antiques in the West. While its historic charm is around every corner, it’s also host to 21st century hi-tech companies like Intel, and Verizon, as well as other international corporations that are leading the way in the tech industry.
Folsom offers big beautiful parks with miles of walking and bike trails and established nature preserves. Folsom Lake State Recreation Area offers visitors over 18,000 acres to hike, camp, picnic, horseback ride, bike, and enjoy the crystal blue lake water.
Folsom has something for anyone looking for the suburban lifestyle with beautiful homes from condos to custom estates. Folsom residents enjoy the ease of shopping along Bidwell Street, The Palladio Mall, and the regional outlet mall. With numerous restaurants, dining in Folsom takes on a wide variety offering something for every taste and budget.
Granite Bay is an affluent town east of Roseville off Highway 80 with breathtaking nature, with top rated schools, golf courses, and riding trails right at your fingertips. Originally part of Roseville, it has since distinguished itself as a place of beauty and luxury. With its granite outcroppings that lend itself to the area’s beauty, ample outdoor activities, and stunning views, Granite Bay is a place for everyone.
Part of Granite Bay borders the crystal clear water of Folsom Lake offering an array of outdoor activities and water sports. Many equestrian facilities are found throughout the area where riding trails are prominent. If golf is your thing, this is a great place for it, with The Granite Bay Club offering a majestic 18-hole golf course.
Granite Bay consists of many distinguishing luxurious custom home communities with something for every lifestyle and price range including Los Lagos, Wexford, Shelbourne Estates, Bella Terra, Greyhawk, Ashely Woods and Granite Bay Hills are just a few of the premier Granite Bay Neighborhood. Highly rated all of the Granite Bay schools offer the best of education making the community desirable for families.
A mid-century vision of Larry Cameron, this quiet, quaint community is a suburban dream with scenic views of the Crystal Range. Its proximity to Folsom Lake and Lake Tahoe provides cozy winter escapes and sunny summer adventures. With 260 days of sun per year, Cameron Park is a bright oasis of ample parks, sports, and other outdoor activities that keep its residents entertained all year long. In the warmer months, Cameron Park holds a local farmers market right next door to the skate park. The summer highlight is the 4th of July Celebration and El Dorado County’s finest fireworks at Cameron Park Lake.
One of Cameron Park’s popular neighborhoods is home to aircraft owners who enjoy having their private plane in the over-sized garage/hanger and a short taxi to Cameron Park Airport. It is not unusual to see small planes and cars side by side on the wide dual purpose streets. It makes commuting to the Bay area a breeze. For those that enjoy the country club setting, the Cameron Park Country Club meets those needs. You can swim, play golf, or use a private airport. If you enjoy a vast array of amenities, fine restaurants, hotels and shopping, then Cameron Park is a suburban beauty calling your name.
Once a booming railroad town, Roseville is a historic city that has been experiencing a new sense of identity. With projects igniting a rejuvenation of the city since the 80’s and still going strong into the future, Roseville is an ever-evolving city ripe with shopping, schools, and continued improvement at every turn. In 1988, the city began redeveloping the downtown core bringing old buildings and parks back to their shining glory. Now, places like Civic Plaza, Old Town, Blue Line Gallery, and new Civic Center are highlights of the revitalization efforts.
Roseville is also a shopper’s delight. Westfield Galleria at Roseville is the second largest shopping mall in Northern California and Fountains of Roseville is a shopping center featuring a beautiful outdoor shopping experience.
Due to its low crime, thriving economy, great schools, and access to healthcare, 24/7 Wall St. named Roseville in the top 35 best cities to live in the United States. With a high quality of life, amazing shopping, and stunning revitalization, Roseville is ranking high on everyone’s list.
Capital City, Sacramento is a mecca of contemporary living. Known as one of the most hipster cities of California, it’s a diverse, historic, cosmopolitan place that takes its capital status seriously: It’s the sunniest place on the planet for three months out of the year, it holds the most trees per capital in the world, and with the largest agricultural production in the nation, it’s also the Farm to Fork Capital of the state boasting a year-round growing season and central location to a wide array of farms.
Sacramento is home to the Sacramento Kings as well as a thriving arts scene, which includes the Sacramento French Film Festival, The Sacramento Music Awards, and an impressive availability of live classical music. The new Golden One Center makes Sacramento a state of the art entertainment venue showcasing the best in entertainment. Midtown is a hot-spot for boutiques, clubs, bars, and hosts an art walk on the second Saturday of every month. If you prefer the outdoors, Sacramento has it all. Here, you’re close to the mountains as well as freshwater getaways like the American River Parkway, Folsom Lake, and the Sacramento River,
With so much to see and do, Sacramento is shining through as the place to be in Northern California.
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