YOUR ACTIVE ADULT SPECIALIST
Welcome to Sun City Roseville- a beautiful, friendly community of neighbors situated on 1200 acres of gently rolling terrain with magnificent oak trees, meandering creeks, and preserved open space. It is ideally located near Sacramento, halfway between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe. Sun City Roseville is an age restricted community in beautiful Northern California. At least one resident must be 55 years of age or older.
This Del Webb community offers a host of amenities, including a 52,000 square foot lodge, which includes a fitness center; indoor and outdoor swimming pools, hobby and meeting rooms; library, a grand ballroom and restaurant. The Rose Garden Arbor, an expansive outdoor terrace, provides a spectacular outdoor venue for concerts, events and special occasions. The 6200 square foot Sierra Pines Recreation Center features meeting rooms, kitchenette and an outdoor patio with barbecues.
If you’re a golfer, Sun City Roseville offers a stunning 27-hole Billy Casper Signature golf course. Timber Creek’s 18-hole course is really two distinctive nines-with three men’s tees and two women’s tees. Sierra Pines stand-alone 9-hole course has even more variation with five tees for men and three tees for women-including an executive set for each!
If you’re interested in a community that supports a healthy lifestyle and encourages members to pursue their passions, develop new interests and have fun with friends, Sun City Roseville is the place for you.
Home Type: Single Family
Priced From: $325,000 – $750,000
Number of Homes: 3110
New/Resale: Resale Homes Only
Community Type: Active Adult 55+
Construction Dates: 1995-2000
Association Fees: 160.00 per month
Square Footage: 878 – 2681
Sun City Roseville is situated in south Placer County between the Sacramento Valley and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. It boasts panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada mountains to the northeast and to the Sutter-Butte mountain range in the West.
Roseville’s climate closely tracks that of the Sacramento Metropolitan region. Its Mediterranean climate is characterized by comfortable fall and spring temperatures in the 70s and warm summers. Average annual rainfall is 25 inches per year with the rainy season generally running from October through April and January traditionally being the wettest month. The Summer months can show higher temperatures, but relief comes in the evening with the welcome Delta breezes.
Sun City Roseville residents participate in many community-sponsored activities that enhance the quality of living in an active-adult community. These include the many clubs, on-site sports and fitness facilities, plus an active social club that plans and presents social events for all residents. Read More…
Sun City Roseville offers a host of amenities, including a 52,000 square ft lodge, which includes an abundance of social, educational, athletic and self-development opportunities that you expect of Del Webb. There is a ballroom for banquets, concerts, dances and productions; a full-service restaurant and lounge, a fully staffed Activities Department and the opportunity to form clubs that meet your specific interests. Read More…
Roseville, CA is the largest city in Placer County with a current population of approximately 132,671. Roseville was originally a stage coach station called Griders. According to the Roseville Historical Society, in 1864 the Central Pacific Railroad tracks were constructed northeastward from Sacramento. The point where the tracks met the California Central Railroad line was named “Junction”. Junction eventually became known as Roseville. Read More…