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Family enjoying a large Thanksgiving meal in their home.

The Holidays Are Just Around the Corner

November 17, 2021

It has been a whirlwind of a year. From kids going back to school to concerts and events beginning to take place again it has been a whirlwind of a year. After all the hustle and bustle, it’s now time for the joy of the holidays and time of relaxation. Those who may not have […]

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Crowded freeways of the Bay Area resulting in bumper to bumper traffic

Leaving the Crowded Bay

November 15, 2021

The Bay Area has its perks- diverse culture, great food, and a plethora of parks. Yet, even with all the pros of living in the city, there are many downfalls including high cost of living, terrible traffic, and the limited housing availability.  What if we told you there is a better option than Bay Area […]

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Kids walking through a corn maze

Fall Activities in Sacramento

October 8, 2021

The seasons are changing and Fall is in the air! Sacramento is a beautiful place to be this time of year. The weather is cooling off, the leaves in the city of trees change colors, and there are so many activities to do that will become lifetime memories. Apple Hill Apple Hill boasts over 50 […]

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California State University Sacramento entrance sign

The Sacramento Hometown Experience

October 6, 2021

Located less than a mile and a half from Sutter Park is Sacramento State University. Students from all over the country fill its campus as they expand their minds. It’s also a hometown favorite for locals wanting to stay closer to home while taking on the next stage in their lives. With a beautiful campus […]

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The History of Sutter Park

September 13, 2021

Sutter Park is nestled in the heart of East Sacramento and was named after Sutter Township that was established in the 1800’s. The community was built with a connecting string from past to present that is essential for every Sacramento citizen to know! Join us as we adventure into the history of Sutter Park. Sutter’s […]

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Drawing of California gold miners.

Sutter Park The History Experience

September 7, 2021

As the state capitol, Sacramento is surrounded by a rich and vibrant history. From Sutter’s Fort to the Gold Rush, Sacramento has played an essential role in California’s history. All of this can be explored right in your backyard. Come back in time with us as we explore history and the attractions across Sacramento. Sacramento […]

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Paddleboarding on the American River, outside of Sacramento.

The Sutter Park Experience

August 3, 2021

Sacramento is rich with history, culture, and activities. We have discussed in the past some of the best places to eat, drink, and hang out, so today we will explore the best outdoor activities within the Greater Sacramento area. Hiking Sacramento is surrounded by great hiking and walking paths. While many people will head up […]

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Neighborhood coming together in community.

A Growing Community

July 28, 2021

Remember the days when all the neighbors knew one another? Kids played until the street lights came on, the streets were filled with families riding around town, and everyone knew each other’s name.  In Sutter Park, this tradition is still alive and well. We have matched nearly a hundred families with their forever home in […]

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Sacramento’s Downtown Commons offers plenty of nightlife from concerts and Kings games at the Golden 1 Center to swanky spots like Punchbowl Social.

Get Social in Sac!

July 20, 2021

Sutter Park: Just Minutes From the Best Events and Venues Life is short. Buy the house. Go to the show. Sing a little karaoke. Enjoy a lot, especially the good life. At Sutter Park homeowners enjoy vibrant days thanks to a family-friendly bedroom community tucked away from the city in an inviting tree-lined community of […]

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Sacramento values its healthcare workers, providing support, career growth, great housing like Sutter Park and family-friendly living.

Sacramento Values Healthcare and Its Professionals

July 16, 2021

The Sacramento area prioritizes the well-being of its citizens and it’s healthcare workers and it shows. With $1,030 per capita spending on health and emergency services compared to the National average of just $359, and just 6% of residents without insurance compared to the average of 10%, it’s clear healthcare is a top priority in […]

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