Ready to explore new homes in El Dorado Hills?
If you’re shopping for new homes in El Dorado Hills you’ll find a variety of exciting new communities with homes in every style and price range. Set amidst a backdrop of oak-studded rolling hills, El Dorado Hills is an upscale, unincorporated area off Highway 50, just beyond the Sacramento County line. Noted for its desirable Sierra foothills location above the winter fog that often settles in the valley, El Dorado Hills is one of the Greater Sacramento area’s most prestigious addresses.
El Dorado Hills residents enjoy a variety of recreational opportunities and attractions. Hiking, fishing, camping and horseback riding at nearby parks are among the possibilities, along with skiing at South Lake Tahoe and white water rafting on the south fork of the American River. Folsom Lake State Recreation area, with opportunities for boating and waterskiing, is just minutes away. History buffs will want to visit nearby California landmarks like Hangman’s Tree, Marshall Monument, and Gold Bug Park, which offers an underground tour of a real gold mine. A few miles east are a number of popular wineries, where residents and visitors can enjoy tours and tastings. Three golf courses in the region provide challenging play.
Students in El Dorado Hills are served by three highly rated school districts—the Rescue Union School District, Buckeye Union School District and El Dorado Union High School District. Schools enjoy strong support from parents and the community, and test scores reflect the area’s commitment to quality education.
The area is home to a new resort-inspired gated, age-restricted Active Adult community and several master-planned communities, including Serrano, one of the largest country club and golf course communities in California.