Sacramento, California Homes for Sale
About Curtis Park
Current Prices: $679,999 to $1,895,000
Closed Prices: $315,000 to $1,660,000
Median Sale Price: $721,500
Average $ per sq ft: $537
Association Fee Ranges: $90 to $133/mo, $0
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1900 to 2021
Sq. Ft.: 1900 to 2021 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 2 to 5 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 to 5 Bathrooms
Around Curtis Park
Curtis Park is a relatively small area. As such, there are many areas to consider. However, if you are thinking about calling this area home, here are a few things to keep in mind. The area nearest Sutterville Road is closest to Downtown and Midtown, making it a great area for those who love nightlife and entertainment. The area nearest Freeport Boulevard is closest to the Land Park neighborhood. Living in a neighborhood in Curtis Park allows you to experience many of the same amenities of living in Land Park. Lastly, if you love the area but want a newer home, look in Curtis Park Village. This is a master-planned area in Curtis Park, near Land Park, featuring brand new homes, which is pretty rare in the area.
Curtis Park is a beautiful neighborhood and people move here to enjoy a sense of community in an established area. As such, you can expect to see locals riding their bikes and joggers running down a street lined with large, dramatic trees. This area is also home to Curtis Park, a large park that has softball fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, tennis courts, and walking and jogging trails. As such, you can expect to see locals out and about enjoying this area frequently.
For many in Curtis Park, a perfect Sunday includes breakfast at one of the amazing bakeries in the area, followed by a day outdoors. Curtis Park is a well-maintained area and homeowners take great pride in their unique homes. As such, you may see your neighbors trimming their lawns or painting the trim on their homes on Sunday to keep everything in great shape. There is also a handful of galleries, innumerable brunch options, and a even local theater company.
Curtis Park is a small area. As such, there really is not a lot to do in the neighborhood outside of eating at local restaurants and visiting the park. However, Curtis Park is extremely close to many amazing areas in Sacramento. You are close to Arden Fair Mall, where you can go shopping or take in a movie. You are near Midtown and Downtown, which is home to the Sacramento Kings and a huge list of restaurants, bars, clubs, and music venues. And you are right by Land Park, which is home to many activities including the zoo, Fairytale Town, and Funderland Amusement Park. Whatever you want to do on a Friday night, there is something nearby when you live in Curtis Park.
Curtis Park has many local eateries. The area is not home to many chain restaurants and the eateries provide residents with a diversity of choices. You can find everything here, whether it's Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Vietnamese, or BBQ. You can also find small cafes, bakeries, and breweries. The best part about eating in this area is that you're supporting small businesses who are local to your own community, while enjoying an amazing meal.
- Established feel of the neighborhood
- Unique home designs
Locals Don't Love
- Lack of grocery stores
- Lack of retail options
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