Welcome to Roseville
Upscale homes in one of America’s most livable cities.
Located a mere 16 miles northeast of Sacramento, Roseville is a vibrant city that was voted the eighth-best place to live in America by Livability. Located at the convergence of Interstate 80 and Highway 65, Roseville offers its residents quick, convenient access to communities like Auburn, Lincoln, and Sacramento.
Founded over 100 years ago during the Gold Rush era, Roseville has a long and rich history. Today, the city is divided into three zip codes - East, Central, and West Roseville. Each of these areas boasts a healthy mix of commercial and residential properties that draw on modern and historical influences. Roseville city planners have done an excellent job at ensuring the real estate market truly has something for everyone. Properties on the market often include condos, townhouses, and single-family suburban sprawl.
What to Love
Roseville is perfect for commuters who want to live in a more relaxed environment. Roseville’s distinct areas each offer unique amenities to their communities, and the thriving Sun City active 55+ community has brought expansive development to the city as well as an influx of retirees and families seeking a more active lifestyle.
Roseville is also known for its innovative and cost-efficient utility infrastructure. Residents of the city have all their utilities - water, sewerage, recycling, garbage collection, and electricity - managed by one integrated service that improves affordability and makes keeping utility payments on track far easier.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
With a thriving retail scene, Roseville boasts a wide array of shopping destinations, including the popular Westfield Galleria Mall and The Fountains at Galleria, home to brand names like Nordstrom, Sephora, Pottery Barn, Gucci, and much more.
The city is also home to many trendy, chic eateries. For a taste of delectable Japanese cuisine, the Mikuni Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar offers unique dishes created using only the best ingredients from around the world. Should a romantic night out be in order, another local staple is the beautiful Il Fornaio, which serves authentic Italian dishes, including an array of incredible antipasti and freshly made pasta. And for those in the mood for some traditional American fare, Paul Martin’s has everything from classic burgers to St Louis-style BBQ Pork Ribs.
Things to Do
With such a lively, active community, it’s no surprise that Roseville is home to an endless variety of fun things to do for all ages. Children often enjoy visits to Golfland Sunsplash, a sprawling entertainment complex featuring miniature golf, laser tag, water parks, and more. Sports enthusiasts, on the other hand, take full advantage of the Roseville Sports Center and its state-of-the-art facilities for tennis, basketball, racquetball, and more. For those in search of a more aquatic pastime, the Roseville Aquatics Complex has a zero-depth recreation pool with beach entry and hosts swimming lessons. The Complex is also home to the Summer Sanders Olympic-size competition pool, where competitive swimming events are held.
Nature lovers are spoiled for choice in Roseville, thanks to the city’s dozens of public parks and many public and private golf courses on which to enjoy a game with family or friends. And, for history buffs, the local Maidu Museum celebrates Native American heritage through captivating exhibits and interactive programs. Downtown Roseville is also the location of many pop-up activities, including concerts in the square and regular outdoor film showings in summer.
Roseville is home to a number of excellent public and private schools, following both traditional and alternative educational approaches. Schools are part of the Roseville City School District and there are elementary schools (K-5th grades), middle schools (6th-8th grades), high schools (9th-12th grades), and an adult school offering high school diplomas for adults.