Tahoe Park

Tahoe Park lies just southeast of Downtown Sacramento – a “V” shaped area generally bordered by Stockton Blvd to the west, 65th Street to the east, 14th Avenue South, and Broadway to the North. This vintage neighborhood features homes built primarily from the 1920’s to 1950’s, and is well known for its shady, tree-lined streets, and close proximity to Hwy 50, California State University, Sacramento, UC Davis Medical Center, Shriner’s Hospital, and more.

At the center of this community sits Tahoe Park, featuring soccer fields, softball fields, public swimming pools, picnic areas, a playground, a perimeter jogging trail, and more. There are several schools located within a close proximity of the neighborhood.

The homes in Tahoe Park are generally 2 or 3 bedrooms and for the most part are post war or craftsman bungalow style. Many still have their classic, original charm – featuring distinctive built-ins, hardwood flooring, original cabinetry and tile, wood-burning fireplaces, decorative mantels, and detached garages. They generally have good-sized backyards…some with swimming pools. Homes in this area are generally selling in the range of $400,000 – $650,000, based on a wide variety of property condition and square footage.

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