Real Estate and Community
Arden-Arcade is like Sacramento in microcosm. Arden-Arcade has a rich history including John Sutter. It has a range of real estate that is unmatched. Arden-Arcade has shopping, affordable housing, marquee estate properties, easy to access to anywhere in the Sacramento region and a very robust economy. Arden-Arcade may be best of class community in Sacramento.
Arden-Arcade closeness to the American River provides biking, walking, sightseeing, rafting and fishing as only some of the possibilities for living nearby to the American River Parkway. The American River Parkway travels 23 miles from downtown Sacramento to Nimbus Dam. The Arden-Arcade has many neighborhood parks for family outings and strolls in the park.
Arden Arcade has a big variety of shopping areas. The Town and Country Village shopping center, the first suburban shopping center in Northern California, creates much charm and unique shopping. It is undergoing a reconstruction that will surely enhance the experience. The Arden Arcade has a special affinity for small business. This produces a distinctive shopping experience.
The Arden-Arcade community has several neighborhood tracts, such as Country Club Estates, Bohemian Village, Sierra Oaks, Sierra Oaks Vista, Arden Manor, Arden Park, Arden Oaks, and many others. All have their own distinct characteristics which facilitate the first time home buyer, the move up home buyer, real estate investors and the legacy estate purchasers.
Just a little history of the Arden-Arcade area is that it was originally part of a Mexican land grant deeded to John Sutter, called the Rancho Del Paso. Another owner along the way was James Ben Ali Haggin, who was famous for its horse breeding and now has part of the area named after him. Interesting side note is that the "arcade" part of the name came from the old name of a large meadow of oak trees once located on the Arcade Creek.
Arden-Arcade then developed into many neighborhoods. A list of neighborhoods reads: Arcade Village, Arden Gardens, Arden Manor, Arden Oaks, Arden Park, Arden Terrace, Bellview, Bohemian Heights, Byerford Heights, Camino, Cottage Park, Del Paso Manor, Encina, Fulton-El Camino, Garden of the Gods, Hazelwood, Howe Edison, Marconi North, Marconi South ,Mariemont (Gordon Heights), Mira Loma, Mission (Marconi), Mission Oaks, North Edison, Northrup (Ethan), Sierra Oaks, Sierra Oaks Vista, Wilhaggin, and Woodside neighborhoods.
Arden-Arcade is an exceptional area to live. Arden-Arcade is close to shopping and nature. Arden-Arcade is a great family community along with a notable real estate investment. When you want to see these properties, let Dan Parisi know. Also when it’s time to make offers on a property have the power of Dan Parisi negotiate the best deal for You.