What’s to love about Roseville and Rocklin? Oh, just about everything! With the recent additions of Crowne Point and Vista Ridge added to the Tim Lewis Communities family, we’ve put down roots to built these new home communities in one of Northern California’s most desirable places to live.
And exactly why are these particular pieces of real estate so coveted? In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’d like to share why we love Roseville and Rocklin, and specifically why we think it’s a great place to live and play.
Boasting six schools with a greatschools.org rating of 10, many families relocate from bigger surrounding cities such as Citrus Heights and Sacramento, just to take advantage of the quality education available in Roseville and Rocklin. Some notable local schools with outstanding reputations include Granite Oaks Middle School, Rocklin Academy, Sunset Ranch Elementary School, and Valley View Elementary School.
And lets not forget about Sierra College. Ranked number one in Northern California for transfers to 4 year universities, this community college offers 125 different degree and certificate programs to help you or your child achieve academic success.
Big city fancy fare ain’t got nothin’ on Roseville and Rocklin. We have some of the best restaurants in the Sacramento area, including local and sustainably sourced options.
One local culinary gem is Paul Martin’s American Grill, whose mantra is Eat organic. Believe in sustainable. Buy local. Love fresh. Their menu of fresh, peak-of-the-season entrees and appetizers never disappoints, and they’re conveniently located just around the corner from Crowne Point on Eureka Road. Perfect for a quick date night out, or a fun family dinner out during the week.
Whatever your palate desires, you can find it within a short distance of your Tim Lewis Communities home. Sushi from Mikuni, Thai food from Thai Basil, or award winning American cuisine from Hawks…it’s all practically on your doorstep.
It’s tough to beat the variety of recreational activities available in the Roseville and Rocklin area. There’s Folsom lake for boating, paddle boarding, and mountain biking, and the American River Canyon just up highway 80 where you can fish, whitewater raft, and hike.
Winter presents a bit of a challenge if you’re a water sports fan, but luckily, Roseville and Rocklin still stay pretty dry during a good portion of the winter, so you can mountain bike and hike, even when it’s chilly.
And if you’re feeling up for a little adventure, the ski slopes are just a short drive up I-80 where resorts such as Sugar Bowl, Boreal, North Star, and Squaw Valley host epic alpine conditions every year.
As you can see, Roseville and Rocklin offer all the amenities you’d want when choosing the ideal place to raise your family. With great schools, great dining, and plenty of outdoor activities at your fingertips, why would you ever live anywhere else?