Old Sacramento Real Estate
Nestled in between the Sacramento River and downtown, Old Sacramento is a location pleasantly caught in time – a window to the way Sacramentans lived more than a century ago.
Today, the historic hub bustles with locals and visitors alike soaking in the soul of this once Wild West metropolis. The 28-acre district is a state historic park, national historic landmark, and thriving retail district with numerous restaurants, shops, and boutiques. History thrives with a plethora of museums, including the ever-popular California State Railroad Museum, Sacramento History Museum, Delta King Riverboat, and Old Sacramento Schoolhouse Museum.
While most visitor-driven neighborhoods offer uninspired dining, Old Sac’s culinary offerings are plentiful. Touted eateries include Indio Café, Old Town Smokehouse, the Firehouse Restaurant, Ten 22, and Danny’s Mini Donuts (not really a restaurant, but a must-stop if you’re in the area).
The area is also a hot spot for happenings. The Sacramento Music Festival & Jubilee, St. Patrick’s Parade, Mardi Gras Parade, and Pacific Rim Street Festival all call this historic hamlet home, and the holidays light up with a Theatre of Lights and New Year’s Eve fireworks.