Tahoe Park and Oak Park Sacramento

Affordable Yet Centrally Located.

Home Values:
Tahoe Park: Three Out of Four Dollar Signs
Oak Park: Two Out of Four Dollar Signs

Josh Kretchman, principal broker and founder of Treepoint Real Estate By Josh Kretchman, Principal Broker, Treepoint Real Estate
Published in Sacramento Neighborhoods
The sign at Tahoe Park, at the center of the Tahoe Park neighborhood in Sacramento's downtown core.
Tahoe Park in Sacramento

Further South and East we arrive at the neighborhoods known as Tahoe Park and Oak Park. Tahoe Park is built around a park of the same name, and most of the homes in this area are modest dwellings built in the late 1940’s and 1950’s. This is one of the Sacramento core’s most affordable neighborhoods, yet safety and a sense of community do not need to be compromised in Tahoe Park. This is a mostly quiet neighborhood thanks to very little through traffic. The neighborhood is within close proximity to area freeways as well making it desirable for commuters.

On the other side of Stockton Boulevard is Oak Park. Once one of Sacramento’s most prominent neighborhoods, property values in Oak Park declined over the years in this neighborhood, but just recently have started bouncing back significantly with the addition of new shops, eateries, and other developments in this area. Both the City of Sacramento and area investors have recently been making great strides in restoring Oak Park’s sense of community and beauty, making this one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in Sacramento.

Neighborhood Association Links:
Tahoe Park Neighborhood Association
Oak Park Neighborhood Association

Some of the new shops and eateries in Oak Park Sacramento.
Shops/Restaurants in Oak Park
McClatchy Park in Oak Park, Sacramento.
McClatchy Park in Oak Park
The US Bank building in North Oak Park, Sacramento.
North Oak Park

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