Homes for Sale in The Club at WestPark by Del Webb
Located close to the city of Sacramento in Northern California, The Club at Westpark in Roseville is a great locale for those who are 55 + and enjoy an active lifestyle in a community-centric environment. As a Del Webb community, this area offers up a number of enjoyable outdoor activities and possesses all the amenities of a metropolitan area. While the community of Roseville started out as a stagecoach station named Griders, the Central Pacific Railroad began construction through the area in 1864 and the area began to develop soon after. In 1909, the town became an incorporated city named Roseville and its development into a community only increased following the post-World War II boom. As one of the most popular locations in the state of California, Roseville is home to many active retirement communities that offer a host of options for retirees who enjoy an engaged, interesting lifestyle.
Local Recreation & Culture
The Club at Westpark offers numerous recreational options for seniors, and includes a 10,000 square foot center called The Retreat. Beyond the fitness center with an on-site personal trainer and a variety of fitness classes, there’s also a billiards room, outdoor pool and spa, and bocce ball. For those who love to golf, there are a number of golf courses located close to the community including Woodcreek Oaks, Morgan Creek, Whitney Oaks, Diamond Oaks and the Sun City Roseville course. Green spaces close to The Club at Westpark include Mel Hamel Park, William Bill Hughes Park and Blue Oaks Park, where walking, running and cycling can be enjoyed. The area of Roseville is also home to many of Northern California’s best shopping destinations including the Fountains of Roseville Center and Westfield Galleria, the second largest shopping mall in the Northern part of the state. These centers have many luxury retail outlets including Tiffany & Co., Louis Vuitton, Nordstrom and Pottery Barn.
Two highways run through the community of Roseville and close to The Club at West Park. Interstate 80 provides travel through Sacramento and into the state of Nevada, and State Route 65 travels north of Roseville and into Yuba City. The public transit system is managed by MV Transportation and offers 12 local routes through the area. Connections can be made with both the Sacramento Regional Transit line and Placer Country Transit, which provides access to the cities of Auburn, Lincoln and Rocklin, among others. The Sacramento International Airport is approximately 30 minutes away by car and offers flights to locations throughout the United States.
Special Events and Festivals
The Club at Westpark puts on many events and shows throughout the year for community members including live music, dinners, dances, educational classes and offsite trips to locations in and around California. In Roseville, one of the most popular events of the year is the annual Independence Day celebration, which includes a parade, fun run, fireworks and a variety of live performances to celebrate the holiday. Beyond Roseville, the Sacramento Jazz Festival & Jubilee occurs annually in May and features performers from all over the world at venues located throughout the city. The California State Fair is also held in the summer months and plays host to more than one million visitors, offering up entertainment, exhibits and a multitude of interesting attractions. One of Sacramento’s most popular events, Gold Rush Days, takes place in the city on the Labor Day weekend to celebrate the area’s history. In addition to featuring a re-creation of what town life was like in the olden days, this event also features a variety of vendors, musicians, and even the option of panning for gold.
With a population of approximately 118,788 in the 2010 census, the greater city of Roseville has a density of 3,279.4 people per square mile. The median age is 36.8 years and there are 91.9 males for every 100 females. 37.8% of the population is older than 45. The average household size is 2.62 and the average family size is 3.14. The median household income in Roseville in 2014 was $76,712.
The Club at Westpark is an ideal senior community that caters to those 55+ who still want to enjoy an active, fulfilling lifestyle. With many amenities located within the limits of Westpark and in the Roseville area, this is one of the best places to settle in Northern California to enjoy the retirement years and the metropolitan opportunities of nearby Sacramento. If you are interested in real estate at The Club at Westpark, you may want to contact the Walker Gold Group team today for more information on available opportunities for you.