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Nestled close to Lincoln's Sierra Foothills, Lincoln Crossing is a gated, family friendly, master-planned community of newer subdivisions with much to offer. Lavish homes here range in size from 3 to 6 bedrooms and were started in the mid-2000's by a variety of builders such as KB Homes, Lennar Homes, Pulte Homes and USA Homes. Today Standard Pacific Homes and Meritage Homes continue to build there. The Sierra View Condominium Complex also provides home buyers a convenient, low maintenance choice as well.
Residents who have purchased homes for sale in Lincoln Crossing share the Lincoln Crossing Clubhouse, which features a banquet room, game room, 2 large pools and a full gym. The clubhouse is used for community activities like dances and yard sales. Lots of sidewalks and nature trails offer opportunities for bike rides and jogging. A short stroll will take you to the Lincoln Elementary School, Peter Singer Park, (a five acre park next to the school with various sports fields, a play area and picnic tables) and Auburn Ravine Park; with an off the leash dog park and multi-use trails.
Sorrento - a large gated community within the community, offering a private park and playground.
Vivaldi at Sorrento - a neighborhood of new homes from Meritage Homes, 3-4 bedrooms are priced from $390,000 to $437,000. There are five beautiful floor plans of contemporary homes.
Belini at Sorrento - New 3-4 bedroom homes from Meritage in eight floor plans. Priced from the mid $300k's to around $500k.
Escalla at Sorrento - A neighborhood of new 1 and 2 story homes from Pulte with 3-4 bedrooms in four floor plans, starting at $374,990.
Villages at Sorrento - New homes from Meritage to be built in 2016. 3 and 4 bedrooms range from $400,000 to $500,000.
Lincoln Crossing Village – Contemporary 4-5 bedroom homes built in the early 2000's with large landscaped yards. Priced from $300,000 to $500,000.
Courtyards at Lincoln Crossing – Mostly two story, 3 bedroom homes with landscaped streets and yards. The average price of a home here is $263,000.
Equinox and Meridian at Lincoln Crossing – Two neighborhoods of 255 homes total that are managed together by Network Community Management. Built in 2006, and close to the park, pools, and clubhouse. Some newly built homes are available as well for around $300,000.
A variety of shopping centers in Lincoln offer everything from grocery stores to salons, coffee shops and yoga classes with walking and biking distance. Historic downtown Lincoln features local favorite restaurants and boutiques. It is the center of holiday celebrations, parades, and the annual Egg Plant Festival. Big on small town community spirit, Lincoln has been one of the top 100 cities to live in in the US by Money Magazine, an All-American City in 2006 by the National Civic League, and the fastest growing California city in 2010.
With highway 65 and I-80 only a few minutes away, upscale shopping at Roseville’s Fountains and Westfield Galleria is just a short drive and Sacramento is an easy 30-40 minute commute. Folsom Lake's recreational opportunities are nearby as well. About half way between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe, weekends at the beach and ski trips are about a two hour drive.
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