Sacramento for housing offers a wide verity of housing from lower income to multi-million dollar homes, there is something for everyone. Old Town is mostly shops and restaurants, Downtown offers older homes, lofts, and high-rise apartments all close to the State Capital. Midtown is a wonderful community for an active lifestyle type living, older homes, lots of little mom and pop shops, vast number of restaurants and bars, all within walking distance. A fun area to live in or just visit. The Fabulous Forties and the name says it all, beautiful forty style homes, immaculate well kept community. East Sacramento is another beautiful community with older homes. Land Park is the current home of the Sacramento Zoo and one of the largest parks in Sacramento, also a very nice housing community. Pocket Area is on the south end of Sacramento on the left side of I5 it is a riverside community with nice homes and a good area for living about 10 minutes from Downtown. West Sacramento is an older community, housing the Sacramento River Cats baseball field, minutes to downtown, with a lot of newer housing being built, popular with families commuting to Davis, or the bay area. Natomas, a newer community built north of downtown close to the Sacramento Airport. On the northern side of downtown, you have Rancho Cordova, Citrus Heights, both offering mid-priced housing, Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln all mid to upper priced living. Folsom, and El Dorado Hills to the east offering mid-to upper end pricing. There are several other communities within Sacramento that have anywhere from higher priced to lower priced homes, I just don't have the space to name them all. If you are looking for something in Sacramento, just give me a call and based on what is important to you, I can plan a tour around in several different areas that might meet your needs.
To learn more about Sacramento check out www.cityofsacramento.org