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The Cannery: A Farm-to-Table New Home Community
The idea for living at The Cannery is pure and natural: Surround homes with parks and a working farm. The parks and open space energize the residents and the farm feeds the community. The Cannery is the first farm-to-table new home community in California, and it will include 547 energy efficient homes with Livable Design features […]Continue Reading >
Eskaton Livable Design Seal Awarded to The Cannery
We are proud to announce that Persimmon and Tilton Shea Homes communities at The Cannery in Davis, CA, have achieved the Livable Design Seal of Approval. Livable Design is a division of Eskaton, and all Livable Design homes are built with key elements that make them inclusive, flexible, functional and convenient for all generations. The Seal of Approval signifies that each […]Continue Reading >
It's all about location, location, location.
Here's what makes Sacramento a great place to live.
Sacramento, “The City of Trees”, is California's capitol and is an international city on the level of San Diego and San Francisco. The city has a growing population, a burgeoning cultural scene, and the distinction of being America's most ethnically and racially integrated city. Rapid population growth has led Sacramento and the surrounding region to be a hot spot for new home development.
Sacramento has a massive government culture with the State of California being by far the area's largest employer. Health care is another robust industry. Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Health, and the UC Davis Health System all have major presences in the region.
Other attractions include the NBA's Sacramento Kings, one of the best theatre communities in the state, and a healthy arts scene that includes the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra and the popular monthly Second Saturday Art Walk. In addition, Sacramento is home to several prestigious institutions of higher learning including CSU Sacramento.
Sacramento is an affordable, up and coming area that supports a diverse range of lifestyles, from urban city living to secluded ranches. Its mild climate, vibrant culture, and prime location make it a wise choice for first time home buyers.
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