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Folsom's Empire Ranch & American River Canyon North

Folsom's Broadstone & Prairie Oaks Communities

      East Sacramento County

 

        Folsom's Lake Adjacent Communities

            East Elk Grove

 

            Elk Grove Proper

  

     Laguna Creek 

           Sacramento

         Laguna West

 

A neighborhood of heritage, tradition.  Streets are shaded by canopies of sycamore trees. Homes of architectural significance. Property values are some of the strongest in the city. Within walking distance to most homes is William Land Park, 166 acres of respite in the center of town. Vibrant,  beautiful.  Land Park.

 

El Dorado Hills homes
Composed, well heeled living in the golden foothills just east of Sacramento. Gated villages of move up and semi custom homes set on hillsides commanding spectacular views of the Sacramento valley.

 

Latest News & Events

SacBee -- Our Region
The Sacramento Bee Online, Sacramento, CA
SacBee -- Our Region
  • Occupy activists flock to Sacramento for national meeting
    They gathered Thursday under a stand of redwoods near the steps of the state Capitol, a modest mix of young people and the graying veterans of the progressive and protest movements. They came to Sacramento, in the words of one, to reclaim the public square.

    A San Diego woman who calls herself Donna Piranha waves the Occupy flag. Previous national events were held in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

    Hailey and her son Cyrus, 2, of Sacramento, who declined to give their last names, visit with CHP mounted officers, left to right, J. Lane, K. Dillon and C. Maxwell on the north side of the Capitol where Hailey is taking part in the first of a four-day national Occupy movement gathering at the state Capitol.

    Charlotte Glode of Roseville wears a decorated hat to support Guantánamo prisoners during the national Occupy gathering. The movement was most popular in 2011 and gained UC Davis national attention for protests on campus.

    Katharine Dawn, 57, of Byron Bay, Australia listens to a speaker on the first of a four-day Occupy movement national gathering on the north side of the State Capitol on Thursday, July 31, 2014 in Sacramento, Calif.
  • Man accused of posing as helicopter pilot pleads guilty to identity theft
    A man accused of repeatedly posing as a helicopter pilot and flying at least once for KCRA Channel 3 pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to aggravated identity theft.

    John Michael Dial
  • Tesla starts ‘Gigafactory’ in Reno but still looking at sites in California, other states
    Tesla Motors Inc. has started building its battery plant in Reno, Nev. But that doesn’t mean Tesla has ruled out building the plant in California instead.
  • Sacramento workshop aims to help businesses get ahead via Facebook
    Facebook’s Small Business Boost, a collaboration formed nearly three years ago to help small businesses through Facebook’s massive social network, will be in Sacramento next week to lead a workshop to help local businesss optimize their presence on the site and grow their businesses.
  • Arena foes will appeal court ruling, but Kings still going forward with demolition
    The Sacramento Kings plan to start preliminary demolition work on Downtown Plaza early Friday despite a last-minute court appeal by a citizens’ group trying to stop the team’s $477 million arena project.

    Barriers block an area at Downtown Plaza where the proposed Sacramento Kings arena will be built.
  • Tournament brings softball – and money – to south Placer
    Softball has brought 86 teams of school-aged girls from five states to the playing fields of Roseville and Lincoln this week. It has also brought an estimated $3 million to $5 million worth of business.

    Micaela Resler plays soft toss with Adriana Thompson, left, at the Mizuno stand during the Western National Fast pitch Tournament in Roseville at Maidu Park on Wednesday.

    Manerva Quezada of La Habra looks over the $62 souvenir sweatshirt she just purchased at the Western National Fast Pitch Tournament in Roseville. “It’ll last a couple of years, until it fades and ends up at a yard sale,” she said.

    Sophia Munos, 10, of the Visalia Spears softball team, paid $10 to have her face painted during the Western National Fast pitch Tournament in Roseville at Maidu Park on Wednesday.

    Kali Zoller of the Elk Grove All-Stars balances her shaved ice from the nearby concession stand during the Western National Fast Pitch Tournament in Roseville on Wednesday.
  • Appellate court rejects appeal from ousted El Dorado supervisor
    Former El Dorado County Supervisor Ray Nutting’s attempt to retain his seat and halt a special election was rejected Thursday by California’s 3rd District Court of Appeal.

    El Dorado Supervisor Ray Nutting, whose trial starts Tuesday, cuts trees on his land in May 2011.

    Ray Nutting
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