Homes for Sale in Curtis Park
Search all Curtis Park houses and real estate listings below. Curtis Park homes were built primarily in the 1900s around an oval park just outside the City of Sacramento. There are a variety of homes from Victorian, Colonial Revival, Craftsman, and Tudor & Spanish Revival. Many refer to the Curtis Park and Land Park neighborhoods in an interchangeable manner.
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Curtis Park Information
Curtis Park homes in Sacramento are not to be missed. Originally this was a neighborhood built in the 1900s around an oval park. Originally, Curtis Park was located outside of the City of Sacramento. It's hard to imagine now, but back then Curtis Park was considered suburbia. Curtis Park was named after William Curtis. You'll notice tree-lined streets around Curtis Park, a fact which has helped Sacramento earn "The City of Trees" nickname.
Approximately 2,500 homes were built with middle to high-income levels in mind. Curtis Park has a variety of homes with character. In Curtis Park, you will find Victorian, Colonial Revival, Arts and Crafts, Tudor Revival and Spanish Revival.
The homes in Curtis Park were known as bungalows and most built by Cutter who owned the Cutter Mill Lumber Co. There are over 30 subdivisions within Curtis Park.
Residents of Curtis Park are known as being tight-knit and politically active. With the park as the centerpiece, it is not unusual to see neighbors jogging with their baby strollers, walking their dogs and tending their gardens. Curtis Park has an Arts Center with a 300 seat auditorium for plays and musicals along with local eateries.
Sacramento Magazine picked Curtis Park as one of the Great Neighborhoods to live in. Check out this article along with some other neighborhoods in the Sacramento area that are some of our area’s finest.