Sacramento For years, Sacramento was known simply as a city you pass through on your way to Lake Tahoe, San Francisco or Napa Valley. But that’s quickly changing. The city is becoming a destination of its own. Sacramento is ideal for those who love outdoor recreation, the arts and critically acclaimed restaurants. Sacramento is the sixth-largest city in California, and with size comes a large array of neighborhoods to choose from. A simple way of narrowing your search for a new home is by focusing on the four main Sacramento neighborhood divisions: Central/Eastern, Southwestern, Southeastern and North of the American River. After exploring all four areas and comparing real estate prices, schools, access to freeways, accessibility to your work, etc., you should have a decent idea of which area you’d like to call home. Sacramento is home to the Sacramento Kings.
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