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Whether you are looking for a modern luxury home, a traditional estate, or a smart home with the latest in modern conveniences, we can help you find it. Our position as the luxury leader in the Greater Sacramento region is enhanced by our relationship with Luxury Portfolio International® the fastest growing luxury property network, with more than 200 affiliate companies around the world and more listings over $1 million than any other luxury real estate organization. Luxury Portfolio is unmatched in the global arena, with members in 30 countries, site translation in nine languages and multiple currencies and visitors from 200 countries/territories visit the site every month.
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Whether you are looking for a modern luxury home, a traditional estate, or a smart home with the latest in modern conveniences, we can help you find it. Our position as the luxury leader in the Greater Sacramento region is enhanced by our relationship with Luxury Portfolio International® the fastest growing luxury property network, with more than 200 affiliate companies around the world and

more listings over $1 million than any other luxury real estate organization. Luxury Portfolio is unmatched in the global arena, with members in 30 countries, site translation in nine languages and multiple currencies and visitors from 200 countries/territories visit the site every month.
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Sacramento County

Sacramento is the sweet spot of the state, linking the Bay Area to the scenic foothills of the Sierra Nevada. But Sacramento’s not just the capital of the nation’s most creative and tech savvy state, it’s home to scores of theatres, galleries, and museums, world-class hospitals, a professional basketball and soccer franchise as well as a minor league baseball team. It’s anchored by the capitol building, which is surrounded by distinctive neighborhoods exuding small-town charm with upbeat urban creativity. The county is not without its fair share of natural beauty and recreation. The American River flows from the mountains, winding through the city, inviting guests to bask on its shores, run along its trails, and swim and boat in the summer months. The city itself was named one of the top ten urban forests in the nation, boasting decades-old elm, oak and ash trees canopying over picturesque streets and parks and keeping communities cool in the warmer months. Parks are plentiful and the region’s roots in the Wild West and Gold Rush eras are evident around nearly every corner. Reaching out from the city, Sacramento County encompasses rich agricultural land, wetlands, and sprawling suburbs booming with commerce. Lake Tahoe, Napa, and San Francisco are all are less than a two-hour drive, giving residents quick and easy access to world-class skiing, wineries, and beaches, as well San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. Prime for business, healthy living, and creative inspiration, Sacramento is the gateway to everything that makes California amazing.

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Placer County

Located just east of Sacramento, Placer County begins at the edge of the central valley, reaching back through the gold country and mountainous peaks to Lake Tahoe. Its diversity in topography allows for endless recreational opportunities and neighborhood locales. Homes and communities range from bustling suburbs to historic towns that helped settle the West, but today see more mountain bikers and artists than cowboys and miners. Southwestern Placer is anchored by Roseville, which offers extensive and upscale shopping opportunities. The adjacent Loomis, Lincoln, and Rocklin are all an easy commute to Sacramento and offer a seemingly inordinate number of family activities – golf, go-carts, fun centers, and swim complexes that continue to thrive and foster a community atmosphere. Slightly to the north lies the exclusive community of Granite Bay and its surrounding gated enclaves and neighborhoods. The historic towns of Auburn and Newcastle are the gateways to the Sierra. Home to their own Old Towns, they also access some of the best trails and rivers in the West.  Wander further east through mountains and there’s an abundance of swimming holes, fishing spots, campgrounds, and backcountry excursions.   Follow Highway 80 east through the awe-inspiring Sierra Nevada to Placer County’s most prized possessions, Squaw Valley U.S.A., Northstar-at-Tahoe, and Alpine Meadows ski areas.

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El Dorado County

Nestled between the outskirts of the Central Valley and the shores of Lake Tahoe, El Dorado County is home to some of the most unique, upscale, and historical communities in Northern California. Communities and neighborhoods are diverse and ranging from horse ranches, farms, and mountain retreats, to upscale suburbia and palatial estates. Highway 50 is the major thoroughfare between Sacramento and El Dorado County, passing through the upscale communities of El Dorado Hills, all the way to South Lake Tahoe, the county’s largest municipality. Placerville, the county seat and one of the West’s most iconic historic old towns, lies just 45 miles southeast of the State Capitol and nine miles from Coloma, the site that launched the California Gold Rush.  This particular enclave of the county is also abundant with wineries and farms, particularly in the Apple Hill area east of Placerville. Stretching through the foothills and all the way up to Tahoma on the upper west shore of Lake Tahoe, El Dorado County is bustling with recreational activities. It’s bordered by Folsom Lake and Lake Tahoe and is home to the South Fork of the American River, as well as such popular spots as Camp Richardson, Fallen Leaf Lake, and Mount Tallac. The area may be more defined by El Dorado Hills, a community comprised of gated, luxury communities and an affluent lifestyle. The tony Town Center draws residents and visitors from near and far for outdoor movies and concerts, holiday and seasonal events, and an endless array of shops, bistros, cafes, and services. Once ranked #77 in CNN Money Magazine’s best places to live, El Dorado Hills boasts a country-club lifestyle with good schools, low crime, and close proximity to some of the region’s largest employers. Intel’s Folsom campus, the company’s largest research and development sites, is just 14 miles from El Dorado Hills. 

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Yolo County

Located just west of Sacramento, Yolo County boasts all the perks of its extreme proximity to the capitol as well as being that much closer to the Bay Area. The rural county does boast its own appeal and amenities, however, and is home to Raley Stadium and the River Cats, U.C. Davis, its own wine country, and a plethora of agricultural and culinary offerings.  The county is comprised of bountiful farmland and fields surrounding quaint towns full of charm and history. Its main hubs include West Sacramento, Woodland, Winters, and Davis, home of the nation’s best farmers markets and one of the top ten public universities in the U.S. The campus features the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts and a 100-acre arboretum. It’s also rated number one in both veterinary medicine and agriculture.  Yolo County communities have retained their quaint and off-the-beaten path allure while simultaneously cultivating cultural and environmentally friendly ways of life. Bike paths were carefully planned to connect neighborhoods and towns and local farmers were the pioneers of the farm-to-fork movement. Food celebrations, farmers markets, and produce stands are commonplace throughout the county, while gourmet dining, wineries, and breweries are on the rise. On the art front there are numerous galleries, art walks, and theatre companies. Both Interstate 80 and Highway 5 traverse Yolo County, giving residents easy access to San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and beyond.

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Tahoe / Sierra

Known for its renowned ski resorts and unrivaled year-round recreation opportunities, North Tahoe is a region comprised of numerous communities, neighborhoods, and picturesque towns. Stretching from Soda Springs to the Sierra Valley and south to the shores of Lake Tahoe, most people make a home here for its magnificent surroundings, but it’s also conveniently accessible to the booming growth and industry of Reno and the Reno International Airport and just two hours from Sacramento.

More importantly, however, it’s abundantly rich in natural resources with streams, creeks, rivers, lakes, meadows, hot springs, trails, and slopes. It’s at once rustic and rugged and luxurious and high-end; challenging and formidable and tranquil and serene. Its communities range from exclusive golf resorts to once-thriving mining and logging towns steeped in history.

North Lake Tahoe is comprised of portions of Nevada, Placer, Sierra, and El Dorado counties. In encompasses the towns of Truckee, Tahoe City, Sierraville, Loyalton, Downieville, Olympic Valley (Squaw), Homewood, Northstar, and Kings Beach, as well as Northstar, Lahontan, Martis Camp, Old Greenwood, and Schaffer’s Mill.

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