The City of Roseville, CA is conveniently located west of and adjacent to Granite Bay, and began as a stage coach station; it has now developed into an active and sought-after community of about 130,000 people. Its location, proximity to I-80, diverse economy and significant retail base has allowed Roseville to expand and continuously succeed - outpacing many of the other cities in Placer County. The Roseville real estate market consists of a variety of property and home styles, and the city is also home to the popular Galleria and Fountains Shopping Malls. Below are current statistics on Roseville homes for sale - contact us with any questions or to see any of the homes you see here:
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Roseville is now home to about 130,000 residents. Encompassing an area of just over 36 square miles, Roseville is now a progressive town that supports a wide variety of retail and office complexes, and a wide variety of residential property, from quaint condominiums to luxurious custom homes. And Roseville, CA real estate comes with a price tag for almost every budget.
Spectacular Mediterranean-style properties and custom-designed interiors make up the exquisite homes of Roseville. These residences offer luxurious master suites, resort-style pools and state-of-the-art kitchens. Additionally, the gated communities ensure the safety and the privacy buyers desire. You'll be in good company with a Roseville home.
The History of Roseville
Located along both sides of I-80 east of Sacramento and just down the hill from Auburn, the City of Roseville is a big place by local standards, and is currently the largest city within Placer County.
Unlike many local towns that got their start at the outset of the gold rush, Roseville got its start in its aftermath because miners generally thought Roseville was a useless place for gold and basically saw the Roseville area as more of an agricultural haven. Consequently, gold miners who were not fortunate enough to strike it rich in say Auburn, eventually settled near the rich creek bottoms within Roseville after the gold rush. By the end of the 1800's, railroad companies from Sacramento started to lay track all around the Roseville area, eventually making it a hub for local transportation. The town was originally known as "Junction" until 1909, when it was officially incorporated as "Roseville".
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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 August 25th, 2019 at 7:52am PDT.