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Sacramento has something for everyone.


Find your own special place to live … become part of a community that fits who you are, whether its a loft or condo in our vibrant and diverse midtown and downtown area, or a single family home in one of Sacramento’s established neighborhoods.


If you prefer more space, Sacramento is surrounded by commutable suburban areas and rural spaces. And compared to other parts of California, the greater Sacramento area has options for every budget.


Finding a balance between work and your personal life is important, and the greater Sacramento area offers limitless opportunities to enjoy your free time.


Head out for day trips to the wide variety of wineries in neighboring counties. Among the closest include:

Amador County is located 30 miles southeast of Sacramento and has thirty-plus wineries that grow more than 2,700 acres of grapes and produce some of the best Zinfandels in America.


El Dorado County is approximately 40 miles east of Sacramento, with the town of Placerville at its center. The El Dorado Wineries are located amid the rolling foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.


Lodi Wine Country is located 30 miles south of Sacramento and is best known for its full-bodied Old Vine Zinfandel wines and leads all other California wine districts in the production of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier.

Placer County wineries are approximately 50 miles east of Sacramento. New blends and unique varietals along with favorite Zins, Cabs and Chardonnays are found throughout Placer County’s valleys and foothills.


Yolo County is just 15 minutes from Sacramento and its wineries feature a variety of wines including Chardonnay, Merlot, Old Vine Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, Petite Sirah Port and Tempranillo.


Napa Valley, the most well known wine area in America, is just 61 miles to the west of Sacramento and features fine wines and splendid eating, along with beautiful views.

If it is outdoor adventure you prefer, some of the most beautiful country awaits you. Mount Lassen National Park, Squaw Valley, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park, Point Reyes and the Pacific Ocean are all within easy driving distance. Hiking, snow skiing, paddle boarding, river rafting and mountain climbing are some of the activities to enjoy.


There are both professional and college sports in our area. The Sacramento Kings are strongly supported by local fans as are the Giants’ minor league team, the Sacramento River Cats. The Sacramento Republic Football Club is Sacramento’s newest United Soccer League team and has been growing popular amongst Sacramento residents.


The new Golden One Center is worth seeing both for basketball games and as a top venue for concert headliners like Lady Gaga and Paul McCartney. Bay area professional sports teams are also within easy reach.

Educational opportunities are abundant. The University of California-Davis, California State University – Sacramento, American River College, Cosumnes River College, Sacramento City College and McGeorge School of Law are all in the area. Many highly rated K-12 institutions exist as well.


Many cultural events and festivals occur throughout the year. Second Saturday, the Pacific Rim Festival, Sacramento Music Festival, and the California State Fair are among the many offerings.