North Natomas

Sacramento, California Homes for Sale

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About North Natomas

Designed and developed as a true bedroom community in proximity to Downtown, North Natomas has been in existence now for approximately 16 years and has been built out in at least three major phases. There were more originally planned, but then residential construction was suddenly halted when the Federal Emergency Management Agency changed the 100 years flood status of the area, stating it was actually a higher risk. Since then, there has been significant local levee work, laws have been changed at the federal level, and the area is now rated again as safer and more prepared for flooding risks. Since that time, the neighborhood has matured significantly, and solid businesses and amenities have been put in place, truly delivering the neighborhood that was originally planned.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $110,000 to $843,000

Closed Prices: $44,000 to $1,080,000

Median Sale Price: $535,000

Average $ per sq ft: $310

Association Fee Ranges: $49 to $187/quarter, $0 to $123, $0 to $750/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1946 to 2021

Sq. Ft.: 667 to 5099 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 6 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 5 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Getting Around North Natomas

Around North Natomas

Most folks look for an early dinner at one of the local restaurants, and then hangout at the park, the club pool, or a cafe during the summer. On colder nights, many head south to the local movie theater near I-80 or go to a shopping center. North Natomas residents also venture to the neighborhood's brewpub, cocktail lounges, or sports bars.

North Natomas sits straddled across Interstate 5 running north and south, and with Interstate 80 as the southern border between it and Sacramento proper. Built as a second extension of the original older bedroom neighborhood, South Natomas, this neighborhood was one of the biggest new construction sites in decades. Now, the areas close to the main avenues, Del Paso Road and Truxel, have multiple condominium complexes, but the residential neighborhoods themselves are unique and distinct.

North Natomas has a full array of fast food restaurants, family-friendly establishments, and a handful of premium restaurants as well. Most of these restaurants are located near the two big grocery stores. As one heads farther south a good number of smaller locations exist including Mexican, Indian, Chinese, American, and more. If you want an ice cream and foot-long sub, that's there too. At least five pizza venues are within five minutes by car, and there are even specialty bakeries right off of Truxel Road. So if you want to treat the kids for pasta or take out the spouse for a fancy Thai dinner, it's doable.

While the neighborhood has all the standard looks of a modern neighborhood with newer homes and shopping centers, North Natomas also has one of the largest collections of parks and outside activity centers. Being a master-planned community, the original promise of the neighborhood included one of the biggest park and recreation areas in the region. Currently, the city is constructing the first installation of a massive regional park, and upgraded equipment and landscaping at the dozen or so smaller parks and dog runs. There is even a full-scale skateboard park bowl and half-pipe in two different sections.

Locals Love

  • Proximity to Downtown
  • Plenty of amenities
  • Family-friendly area

Locals Don't Love

  • Rental Properties
  • Lots of turnovers with properties

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