As a retirement community located in the heart of Roseville, California, Sun City is perfect for seniors who have an active lifestyle in mind and enjoy a close-knit sense of neighborliness. To see homes for sale in Sun City Roseville scroll to the bottom of the page.
With more than 3000 homes and an area made up of the 55+ community, the Sun City retirement development and surrounding Roseville offer up many pleasurable outdoor activities while still possessing all the amenities of a metropolitan area. While the area of Roseville first came about as a stagecoach station called Griders, its name was changed to Junction after the Central Pacific Railroad built tracks through the area in 1864. Following the railroad’s move, Roseville became an incorporated city in 1909 and this gave way to a period of growth and development that increased after World War II. To see homes for sale in Sun City Roseville, scroll to the bottom of the page.
With the appearance of shopping centers, international retailers and community developments, the area has become one of the most popular places to live in Northern California.
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Local Recreation & Culture
Sun City in Roseville is the ideal place for active seniors who enjoy the great outdoors, and there are a number of available amenities in this community that will appeal to everyone. Beyond the 52,000 square foot lodge that includes a fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming pool, and tennis and pickle ball courts, the community a also features more than 100 acres of open natural area with walking and biking trails.
The stretch of Sun City in Roseville is also home to the Timber Creek Golf Course, a prominently awarded 18-hole golf course. For those who like local entertainment, the community is features The Rose Garden Arbor, a sizeable outdoor venue that consistently features concerts, performances and other special events. For those who like to shop, Roseville has many high-end shopping destinations including the Fountains of Roseville and Westfield Galleria, the second largest shopping mall in Northern California.
There are a few dining options available in Sun City too, including the casual Sierra Pines Deli and Timbers at the Lodge, which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, in addition to a champagne brunch on Sundays.
Transportation In Roseville
There are two highways that run through the Roseville Area, Interstate 80, which runs through Sacramento and into the state of Nevada, and State Route 65, which travels north of Roseville. 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 closest airport is the Sacramento International Airport which is approximately 30 minutes away by car and offers flight throughout the United States.
Special Events and Festivals
The greater Roseville area is home to many annual events and festivals, including the nearby Sacramento Jazz Festival & Jubilee that occurs annually in May. With venues located throughout the city and bands from all over the world, this is an event that can be worth the travel time for the music lover.
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. In July, the center of Roseville is home to the popular Independence Day celebration which includes a parade, fireworks and a number of festivities to celebrate this favorite of American holidays.
For those who want to stay local to their Sun City neighborhood, there are numerous day and overnight trips offered by the community throughout the year including travel to Silver Legacy Casino, museums in San Francisco, Palm Springs and the Shakespeare Festival in Ashland.
With a population of approximately 118,788 in the 2010 census, the greater city of Roseville has a population 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.
Sun City in Roseville is an ideal senior community that caters to those 55+ who still want to enjoy an active, fulfilling lifestyle (Clubs and Groups). With many amenities located within Sun City and the greater area of Roseville providing many recreational opportunities and retail outlets, it’s one of the best places to settle in the state of California for those who want to enjoy their retirement years. If you are interested in real estate in Sun City in Roseville, you may want to contact the Walker Gold Group team today for more information on available opportunities for you.
For more information on homes for sale in Sun City Roseville, contact Sherri Walker – 916-213-1320.