As one of California's Historical Landmarks, Auburn is the seat of Placer County and is also home to several sporting-endurance events. Bordered by the American River Canyon, Auburn offers theater, dance, and music venues. And, if you're into history, don't miss Old Town Auburn and the historic " Gold Miner" statue, located just east of I-80 at Washington St. Below are current statistics on Auburn homes for sale - contact us with any questions or to see any of the homes you see here:
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If you're looking for a perfectly-located and elegantly-updated foothills residence, you should consider Auburn homes for sale. These properties are situated on beautiful lots with spacious yards and lush greenery. The homes for sale in Auburn consist of many different architectural styles, ensuring a home for every design preference. From quaint ranchers to affluent estates, Auburn properties are ideal for any family. Additionally, the relatively affordable price tags allow residents to enjoy all that this active city has to offer.
The History of Auburn
Auburn, CA is located just a short drive up the hill from Roseville either on I-80 or Auburn-Folsom Rd., and tends to enjoy cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers. Auburn can trace its roots back to French gold miners, who originally planned on just passing through, but ended up settling in the area because of the success they found within the Auburn foothills.
Soon, more miners would be drawn to the area looking for similar success and after years of just being a gold-rush camp, the town was officially named Auburn in the summer of 1849. Auburn is now the official seat of Placer County, and is home to about 14,000 residents, who love to boast that Auburn is "above the fog and below the snow". It might be the perfect location for you!
Auburn is a town steeped in history, and many of the original buildings from the 19th century still remain in the city's beautiful "Old Town Auburn" area. There's a variety of real estate available all over town; whether you're looking for an old-fashioned single-family home, an estate, or a luxurious custom home, Auburn has it all.
Are you ready to start your Auburn real estate search? Contact the RE/MAX Gold team to get started today, or to learn more about Placer County real estate trends.
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Listings marked with V* indicate the seller is willing to entertain offers within a Listing Price range. For example, a Price of $140,000-$170,000 indicates the seller will entertain offers from $140,000 to $170,000.
Listing information last updated on December 12th, 2017 at 7:21pm PST.