Roseville is a small city just outside of Sacramento, California, with a lot to offer families, retirees, and anyone who likes to golf. With three golf courses in the city and several more in neighboring towns, this is a golfer's dream. Additionally, if you're looking to raise a family or just enjoy your retirement without being too far from a major city, Roseville is the place for you. You'll find rent to own homes close to local shopping, great schools, and community activities. Roseville offers small town charm within a short drive of Sacramento.
Houses and apartments in Roseville rent for anywhere between $700 up to $1,300 per month. Being a small town, it's common for people to find housing in nearby communities and commute to work in Roseville. Some close towns you could consider would be Citrus Heights, Rocklin, or North Highlands. The rent in these areas is similarly priced with Roseville. You can expect an average home value of $307,500. This is slightly below the state average of $355,600 for California. Some parts of Roseville have less than 8% renter occupied homes, while other area are made up of more than 70% renter occupied homes.
Roseville schools run from better-than-average to downright great. On average, the school system of Roseville are graded an eight out of 10, based on test scores for elementary, middle, and high school students. However, it would be a good idea to look at the data for your specific school before buying a house or renting a place here. While most of the schools received a score of seven or higher, some earned scores as low as three. Here's a list of some of the top schools in Roseville:
Being a small town, Roseville is not known for high-end shopping districts. If that's what you're looking for, then Sacramento is only a short drive away, and the Vacaville Premium Outlets is within an hour's drive. However, you can find some small-town treasures if you know where to look in Roseville. The Antique Trove on Harding Blvd is part rummage sale and part department store. You could get lost for hours in the 40,000 square feet of indoor space before you even stumble onto the additional 10,000 square feet of outdoor shopping. If you're in the market for home dcor then you'll be happy to find a HomeGoodsstore in Roseville. When you absolutely need to find a mall, Westfield Galleria at Rosevillehas you covered. Although, small town shopping doesn't get any better than Denio's Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet.
Within Roseville you will find more owner-occupied homes in the northwest and southeast. Throughout there are many golf courses and communities that surround them. The full list of communities in Roseville includes more than 230 specific areas of the town. However, there are four neighborhoods that stand out from the rest:
Diamond Oaks: This neighborhood is built around the Diamond Oaks Golf Course, which was established in 1963. This is a public course managed by the Roseville City Parks and Recreation department.
Johnson Ranch: This is a neighborhood in the southeast of Roseville, where the average household income is just under $100,000. The further southeast you travel in this neighborhood, the higher the average home values grow. This neighborhood borders the Maidu Regional Park.
Pleasant Grove: Pleasant Grove surrounds the Woodcreek Golf Club in the northwestern part of Roseville. This is another public course that is managed by the Roseville City Parks and Recreation department. Homes in the southern part of this neighborhood average around $360,000, while homes in the northern part of this community average around $400,000.
Sun City: This is a retirement community that is built around the Timber Creek Golf Course. This community is age restricted and requires one resident of the household to be age 55 or older. It is designed to be a retirement resort community that includes a range of amenities, group activities, and even its own magazine.
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