- Current Prices:$389,000
- Closed Prices:$239,000 to $360,000
- Median Sale Price:$299,500
- Average $ per sq ft:$577
- Association Fee Ranges:$384 to $407/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.)
- Sq. Ft.:675Sq. Ft.
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
The Perfect Sunday
During the summer Old Sacramento can be one of the best places to visit on a Sunday. Since the hottest part of the day doesn't hit until around 4pm due to the river climate, a late morning visit makes for a prime time to enjoy Old Sacramento. Visit the State Military museum or see the sights and go for a train ride. Then, when the heat starts to build, folks can enjoy a riverside lunch or take a river taxi to restaurants up river for a bit of an adventure.
Friday Night fun
One of the best ways to enjoy Friday evening in Old Sacramento is to enjoy a bit of its history. An ongoing archaeological project is on display in Old Sacramento, showing off how the area looked almost 200 years ago. Artifacts, remnants of original foundations, and photographs are all part of the display, giving visitors an in-depth understanding of the neighborhood's history. It's a great primer before taking the family or friends to a late dinner and enjoying after-hours at a local pub. For a unique Friday night out with friends, get tickets for the Delta King, a restaurant, hotel, and murder mystery show on a riverboat.
What You'll See
Old Sacramento is a neighborhood that is steeped in its historical roots, evident in the cobblestone streets, wooden structures, and Old West aesthetic. Evangeline's is an Old Sacramento institution and specializes in gifts, toys, and practical jokes. Because of its history and charm, Old Sacramento is a must-see for tourists and visitors. There are also multiple galleries, museums, cafes, and saloons.
Where to Eat
The neighborhood is nationally recognized for its restaurants. Everything from vintage candy stores to large, family-style restaurants are plentiful in Old Sacramento. Premium seafood and steak restaurants sit on the same short streets as basement pizza venues and hamburger joints. Half the fun of Old Sacramento is going in the evening to choose a different meal every night and then hanging out in one of the local bars with friends. A good number of the restaurants are locally owned and serve cuisine specific to the Sacramento area.
Where to Live
Old Sacramento is not a residential living area per se compared to other parts of Sacramento. Almost all the buildings and structures in the area are commercial real estate, businesses, offices, or retail stores. There are hotels, however, in the area, with one of the newest sitting right next to the Sacramento Tower Bridge and offering suites for larger groups and gatherings. Those who want to be as close as possible to the area can, however, find condominium complexes only a few blocks away from Old Sacramento, which provide plenty of choices in terms of sizes, views of the city, and the amenities of Downtown.
One of the biggest candy stores in California • Lots of entertainment • Easy parking access.
Locals Don't Love
Panhandling • Crowds during the Jazz Festival.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.