Sacramento

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Sacramento

Sacramento has a thriving arts and culture scene, with numerous museums, galleries, theaters, and live music venues to explore. The city is also known for its farm-to-fork culinary scene, with a wide array of restaurants, breweries, and farmers markets offering delicious and fresh local food.  Additionally, Sacramento has a strong job market and affordable housing options.

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Location of Sacramento

Sacramento is positioned about 90 miles northeast of San Francisco. The city enjoys a favorable location within NorCal, providing convenient access to major highways and transportation routes. Its central position makes it a gateway to various natural attractions, including the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Lake Tahoe, and the Napa Valley wine region.

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Shopping

So much shopping……

 can you handle it?

Golden 1 Center

Too many venues to choose from- annoying

Crawdads on the River

I love this place, live music , great food and so much fun!

Sacramento Riverfront

Too close to the river- who wants that?

Farm-to-Fork Capital

Sacramento is known as for fresh, locally sourced cuisine.

Sacramento Zoo

Too many exciting species- might be over stumilating.

The Kitchen Restaraunt

If you know….you know and if you dont- google it

Too many Museums

Too many options- too little time

Location

Just a short drive to Napa & Lake Tahoe!

Top Restaurants

Too many choices, can’t decide- very overwhelming

Home Styles In Sacramento

Sacramento has diverse housing, and you can find styles such as Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor, Ranch, and more throughout the city. The architectural landscape of Sacramento offers a mix of historical and contemporary styles, providing a range of choices for homeowners and adding to the city’s architectural character.

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Victorian

Victorian-style homes are prevalent in Sacramento, particularly in older neighborhoods such as the Historic District of Old Sacramento. These houses typically feature intricate detailing, ornate trim work, steep roofs, and decorative elements like bay windows and elaborate porches.

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Craftsman

Craftsman-style houses are also popular in Sacramento. These homes emerged during the Arts and Crafts movement and are characterized by their emphasis on craftsmanship, natural materials, and simple yet elegant design.

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Mid-Century Modern

Sacramento has a significant number of mid-century modern homes, which reflect the architectural styles popular from the 1940s to the 1960s. These houses often have open floor plans, large windows to bring in natural light, and a connection to the outdoors, with features like sliding glass doors and patios.

Schools

 Many schools in Sacramento emphasize science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.

Crocker Riverside Elementary School

Our goal is to guide children to become fully participating citizens by giving them a strong academic education in a nurturing environment that recognizes diversity, promotes healthy choices and embraces community involvement.

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Phoebe A. Hearst Elementary School

2020 National Blue Ribbon School Awardee.

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Matsuyama Elementary School

With parent support, Matsuyama School is committed to all students to be held to high expectations and ready for college,

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Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep School

This school is far above the state average in key measures of college and career readiness.

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West Campus High

The mission of West Campus High School is to provide a safe and supportive school environment that fosters social and emotional well-being; presents students with a challenging curriculum focused on college and career readiness; and promotes the development of lifelong learners and contributing citizens

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Places of Interest

Sacramento has a rich historical background, particularly related to the California Gold Rush and the development of the state. Visitors explore historic sites, museums, and Old Sacramento to learn about the city’s past and experience its cultural heritage.

DOCO

the area around Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, is a bustling entertainment district with a vibrant atmosphere. It offers a diverse range of dining options, trendy shops, and lively bars.

 Sacramento Zoo

The Sacramento opened on June 2, 1927, with 40 animals. At that time, it occupied 4.2 acres, which remained the case until the early 1960s when the zoo expanded to its current 14.3 acres.

Crocker Art Museum

The Crocker Art Museum is the oldest art museum in the Western United States, located in Sacramento, California. Founded in 1885, the museum holds one of the premier collections of Californian art.

Discovery Museum

is home to the Challenger Space Program and Sacramento’s only public planetarium. Inside, you will find a nature room with live animals, reptiles and insects on display

Sacramento Kings

brings community and pride together in the heart of Sacramento. 

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