If you are looking for a great place to live, then Roseville CA may be the answer. Home prices in this city are affordable compared to many other cities in California. There is still land or lots available, so finding a property that suits your needs is still possible. The weather in Roseville is pleasant year round with mild winters and warm summers. Schools in the area have been ranked as one of the best school districts in California, and the crime rate in Roseville is lower than many cities too. All of these things make Roseville, CA even more attractive to new residents who may be thinking about moving or building a custom home.

About Roseville, CA

Roseville, CA is a city just outside of Sacramento, California with many things to offer. The crime rates are lower than the big cities like Los Angeles or San Diego and much better traffic! Roseville is situated only a couple hours drive to the coast or the mountains, including Lake Tahoe. There are not many places that give this type of variety - warm beaches and alpine meadows, both manageable as an easy day trip.

The Roseville population is about 135,000 people. Large enough to provide many amenities, entertainment and cultural opportunities, but still small enough to experience those hometown type of events. 

All of these things point to the fantastic city that Roseville is and why it would be a great place to build a custom home.

Roseville Weather

Roseville weather sees the average yearly temperature between the low 60s and low 90s, so the summers are fairly hot. Winters feel cooler, with an average yearly temperature between the upper 30s and mid-50s degrees Fahrenheit, which if you like seasons, makes it just about right!

Roseville Community Schools

Roseville Community Schools include 7 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and Roseville High School. Roseville schools are rated very highly, providing a good learning environment and education all the way from Kindergarten through high school.

If you're wondering which elementary school your address falls into, see the elementary boundary map here. (https://rosevillepride.org/downloads/district_files/elementary_boundary_map.jpg) If looking for the middle school boundary map, you can access that here.(https://rosevillepride.org/downloads/district_files/middle_school_boundary_map.jpg)

Things to do in Roseville

Roseville, CA, being one of the larger cities in the area, provides its residents with an impressive array of entertainment and recreational opportunities. This is especially true if you take into account the surrounding area that includes the California coast, Lake Tahoe and ski resorts, and Folsom Lake.

Grab a paddle board and skim through the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe, only a couple hours drive away from Roseville. Or during winter, grab your skis and hit the slopes at Heavenly or Homewood Mountain Resorts- some of the best skiing in the West.

Closer to home, there are plenty of things to do as well. Some of the popular options include:

Roseville Restaurants

Roseville has some top restaurants and a plethora of national chain restaurants to satisfy most any palette.

Topgolf Roseville

Topgolf in Roseville is an exciting version of the typical golf range. With GPS tracked balls, you can see exactly how close to the targets you get, with a variety of fun games to hone your skills or play with a group.

Roseville Galleria

The Westfield Galleria at Roseville is one of the top shopping centers in the region. It has an upscale feel with many familiar stores, along with some boutiques. It features over 240 shops including: Nordstrom, Sacramento’s first Tiffany & Co., Burberry, Louis Vuitton, Athleta, Tommy Bahama, Lululemon Athletica, OMEGA, Zara, Kate Spade, and H&M. The Roseville Galleria also has flagship stores in Crate and Barrel, Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware.

Sunsplash Roseville

Golfland-Sunsplash offers more than 30 exciting rides and attractions in one place! From exhilarating water slides to putt-putt golf, they have something for the whole family!

Seaquest Roseville

SeaQuest Roseville is a unique experience that brings the amazing wonders of the planet, from rainforests & desserts to exotic marine life, to an urban setting. These exhibits create an exciting visit for visitors as they make their way through the Icelandic Fishing Village, to the Great Wall of China, and beyond. Participants are encouraged to connect with and learn about the animals in their native habitats through various hands-on activities that might include hand-feeding sharks, stingrays, birds and tropical animals.

Roseville Golf Courses 

Roseville has several good golf courses to choose from. These include:

Diamond Oaks Golf Course

Diamond Oaks is a course that offers golfers of all levels an enjoyable golf experience, suited to all playing abilities.

Woodcreek Golf Club

Woodcreek Golf Club is a City of Roseville public golf course. Woodcreek features 18 challenging holes set in a mature forest of oak trees and wetlands.

Timber Creek Golf Course / Sierra Pines Golf Course

Timber Creek Golf Course & Sierra Pines Golf Course have fun layouts, and excellent pricing options. They have beautiful ponds & waterfalls and secluded fairways. They provide an excellent golfing experience.

Roseville Economy & Job Market

Roseville’s strong economy supports a talented workforce across a variety of industries. The median Roseville household income is $81,119 per year, showing the city's affluence. For those looking at moving to Roseville, some will find opportunities with companies like: TASQ Technology, Composite Engineering Inc., Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center, and Union Pacific Railroad Co.

Because of how close Roseville is to Sacramento, many people will also commute into the city- which opens up an even larger job pool. The commute is only about 19 miles away and can be done in under 30 minutes both ways. Whether you’re mid-career, or retired, Roseville is a great place to live- especially if you’re able to build a custom home and work with a top custom home builder like Bianchi-Tillett Developers. 

Roseville CA Real Estate

New homes abound in Roseville, CA. At the time of this writing, the Roseville housing market is very competitive, like most major markets are. With that said, the average home price in Roseville is right around $550,000, well below the California average home price. This presents a great opportunity for those looking to buy a new home in Roseville, CA, or are looking for a custom home builder in Roseville.

There are some fantastic areas to build a custom home around Roseville. Contact us today to see what the options are. You may be surprised with how close your dream home is to becoming a reality!

Additional Reading:

Best Places to Live in Sacramento

Building a New Home Checklist

Pros & Cons of Building a Custom Home

Cost to Build a Custom Home