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Get to know Arden Park

This bucolic neighborhood is graced with canopies of arching tree boughs and pretty, well-manicured lawns that reach all the way to the street, making Arden Park a favorite for generations of residents. You’ll find plenty of Arden Park natives buying in the same neighborhood they grew up in, thanks to the warm, close-knit community that has developed over the years. The local garden club, started in 1948, and almost as old as the development itself, hosts tree plantings every year to maintain the area’s sylvan setting, as well an annual tour of its members’ homes. You’ll find residents out at local events such as movie nights in Arden Park in the summer or enjoying holiday sleigh rides through the streets in the winter. Arden Park is a small area, comprising just under 2,000 residences. Plenty of comfortable, mid-century ranches abound, with the occasional two-story estate available.

Living in Greater Sacramento

Sacramento is a star on California’s map—and it’s not just because it’s the capitol. Sacramento has always had a more sedate reputation than its more flamboyant neighbors like San Francisco and Los Angeles, but the city’s natural beauty and unhurried way of life have lured many away from busier coastal metropolises. Greater Sacramento is one of state’s fastest growing regions, as more and more people have discovered its charms. Sacramento’s nickname is “The City of Trees” and it’s located at the confluence of the Sacramento and American Rivers. Due to its geography, Sacramento has lovely weather—with hot but dry summers, mild winters, and plenty of fall foliage. Sacramentans enjoy biking and walking along the many flat, riverside trails year-round, and for drivers, there’s almost no traffic congestion on the daily commute. It’s also an easy jaunt to the Bay Area or Lake Tahoe for a weekend trip.