Although they blend the old and the new and go well together as they fulfill complete needs for the approximate 50,000 residents, there are some distinct differences between Downtown and Midtown Sacramento. The city has been ranked eighth of the top ten best cities in which to work and live.
Downtown Sacramento is the city’s central business district and has been undergoing major revitalization. It is a 66-block area dining and entertainment destination with the region's finest restaurants, attractions, outdoor recreation, theaters, and more within a convenient walking distance on beautiful tree-lined streets. There is an Antique Faire and an Art Walk every month and lots of other activities.
Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of June 27, 2016 showed homes priced at $645,212 compared to $616,870 the previous week, an increase of over four percent. The area’s diverse real estate includes refurbished charming Victorians and Craftsman Bungalows, traditional 19th century homes, new condominiums, luxury high-rise dwellings, and modern urban lofts.
Single-family homes start around $100,000 and go up to over $600,000 with luxury amenities. Town homes and condos vary from older buildings to modern and upscale spaces and start from $125,000. Investment property is plentiful starting from $115,000.
Midtown Sacramento, commonly known as just Midtown, is a neighborhood and historical district just east of Downtown Sacramento. It is a largely residential community with diverse home styles, also including old Victorians. As of June 27, 2016, home listings had an estimated median price of $529,000.
Midtown is also the center of the city’s cultural scene with a wide variety of casual and upscale restaurants, clubs, an active night life, boutiques, art studios, an art walk on the second Saturday of every month, parks, the only winery in the greater Sacramento urban area, and more.
Grounds outside of Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park
The food-focused week is a FREE family-friendly festival with samples of tomato-themed edibles and beverages, an on-stage salsa making competition, cooking demonstrations by top chefs, Farmers Market vendors, entertaining live music, and more. A “Tomato Patch” area for the children will have a grow-your-own tomato activity, face painting, and balloon creations.
Fab fixer with great bones in the heart of Midtown. This cute 1920's bungalow was long ago converted into two cozy one bedroom one bathroom units. Both units feature room...
Listing courtesy of Lyon Re Downtown.
Midtown Triplex on large lot. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath home and large duplex with 2 - 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Units. Below Market Rents. Long-term tenants. Duplex on alley. Make ...
Listing courtesy of Re/Max Gold Midtown.
This quintessential high water bungalow combines vintage charm with in vogue finishes & conveniences. SPECTACULAR OPEN FLOOR CONCEPT with ton of natural light, voluminous...
Listing courtesy of Realty One Group Complete.
CONTEMPORARY OASIS IN MIDTOWN, 26+N, extremely SECURE and WALK-ABLE, 2008 energy efficiency keeps the bills down... within 2 blocks: New B street Theater, Sutters Fort, P...
Listing courtesy of Re/Max Gold Midtown.
Development Opportunity. This project has not been completed yet. These are projections and renderings for the future project. So many options with this property: #1: Pla...
Listing courtesy of Intero Real Estate Services.
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