New Homes in Sacramento

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Verano at Parkebridge

By Express Homes by D.R. Horton, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Terraza at Parkebridge

By Express Homes by D.R. Horton, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Castile at Parkebridge

By Express Homes by D.R. Horton, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Hamlet at Natomas Meadows

By Woodside Homes
Sacramento, CA
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Provence

By Blue Mountain Communities
Sacramento, CA
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Calistoga

By Next Generation Capital
Sacramento, CA
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Caselman Ranch

By Taylor Morrison Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Juniper at Westlake Village Greens

By Express Homes by D.R. Horton, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Clementine at Westlake Village Greens

By Express Homes by D.R. Horton, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Independence at Westlake Village Greens

By Express Homes by D.R. Horton, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA
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Glendon Vineyards

By Woodside Homes
Sacramento, CA
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ParkOne

By ParkOne
Sacramento, CA
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Entrada at Natomas

By Signature Homes
Sacramento, CA
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Willow at Natomas Meadows

By Anthem United
Sacramento, CA
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Parkside at Westshore

By K. Hovnanian Homes
Sacramento, CA
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Retreat at Westshore

By K. Hovnanian Homes
Sacramento, CA
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Four Seasons Winter at Westshore

By K. Hovnanian Homes
Sacramento, CA

Searching for new homes in Sacramento? 

If you’re shopping for new homes in Sacramento you have plenty of options to explore! The city offers exciting new home communities in every price range. You’ll find everything from urban condominiums to stylish townhomes to spacious single-family homes.

Sacramento sits at the junction of two rivers—the American and Sacramento. The State Capital and largest city in central California, Sacramento is known for its abundance of trees. The city offers a vibrant lifestyle with a dynamic business sector, affordable housing and exciting cultural, recreational and educational opportunities.

Founded in 1849, Sacramento was California’s first charter city. The gold rush, first continental railroad and Pony Express all began in Sacramento. The city’s vivid history can be revisited at museums and landmark sites throughout the area.

Rich in the arts, the city is home to the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera and a professional ballet company. Local galleries and businesses celebrate the arts with 2nd Saturday Art Walks. Basketball fans cheer the NBA’s Sacramento Kings at the state-of-the-art Golden 1 Center, while baseball enthusiasts enjoy summer evenings at Raley Field watching the River Cats minor league team.

Sacramento’s unique riverside location offers a multitude of recreational opportunities. Residents enjoy fishing, boating and swimming, as well as hiking and biking on riverside trails. For snow skiers and campers, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park are within easy driving distance. Several public and private golf courses provide opportunities for challenging play.