Roseville Most Popular Subdivisions
West Roseville, which is also called by many as Fiddyment is a master planned community that is surrounded by great retirement communties like Sun city and Del Webb. Home prices generally range from $350,000 and exceed $700,000. West Roseville offers gated neighborhoods, semi-custom homes, custom and luxury homes as well as condos. West Rosevilles offer frantastic public schools such as Quail Glen and Blue Oaks Elementary, Barbara Chilton Middle and Woodcreek High School. Homes for sale in West Roseville
Morgan Creek is a popular community that is gated and built around a beautiful 18 hole golf course. The community offers semi custom tract homes, as well as a beautiful sections of all custom homes. The Real estate prices usually range from $600,000 and exceed 1 million. Schools for this area are Quail Glen Elementary, Warren T. Elch Middle School and Oakmonth High School. Homes for sale in Morgan Creek Roseville
Stone Ridge in Roseville is a luxury community. Many people who looking in Stone Ridge also explore homes in Olympus Point and Stone Canyon. These community all offer newer to new tract homes, semi custom and high end custom homes. These communities are located in East Roseville which is popular mostly due to it's proximity to the Galleria shopping mall, the Fountains, restaurants and night life. Real Estate prices in these subdivisions generally are priced $700,000 and exceed 1mil. Homes for sale in Stone Ridge East Roseville
OTHER POPULAR NEIGHBORHOODS include Diamond Oaks, Sun City & Del Webb
The brief history of Roseville CA - oseville was originally know as Gringers, but as the Central Pacific Railroad set up a large hub, it was later called Junction. By 1929 more then 5% of the cities populations was employed by the rail road. During WW2 the hub was busier then ever! During the late 40's to early 50's Junction was one of the largest hubs on the west coast for public and commercial travel and transfer of goods. By the early 50's air travel and the constructions of public high ways forced the rail road into obscurity, however even today it's still a larger employer for the city of Roseville.
Modern Roseville is now one of the largest growing cities in the valley of Sacramento, which boomed from just 22,000 people in 1985 to more then 75,000 people in 2000. Although Roseville has held onto some of it's historic charm, the city has grown into a booming urban city.
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