1610 Loon Lake St, Roseville 95747
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Nearby + About Our Area
Property is now closed as of 2/9/22. Check out this adorable single-story in a gated community and in a fabulous location. Inside this lovely home you’ll find updated flooring in the main living area, plus updated ceiling fans for a more modern appeal. Living area is wired for surround sound.
Be sure to check out the garage with the expansive set of built-in cabinetry and updated water heater. A lower maintenance backyard is perfect since you have so many nearby parks, sports fields, dog parks, and multi-use trails to explore (the HOA oversees front yard maintenance). The pomegranate plant in the backyard will hopefuly be bursting with buds come April/May.
We also like the positioning of this home within the neighborhood – intentional traffic to this street as it’s not the main road off any of the gates.
If you have a busy lifestyle and you’re looking to simplify your life – you’ll love how quickly you can access great grocery stores (Nugget, Safeway, Raleys), and you’ll be close to great dining and shopping options. Nearby outdoor enthusiasts and sports lovers will enjoy the golf courses in our region (including the fun option of Top Golf), basketball and tennis courts nearby, soccer fields, baseball diamonds, Martha Riley library and sport fields, and last but not least, the Summer Sanders Olympic-size pool (Roseville Aquatics Complex) – home to pool lessons, swim teams, + splash park. Roseville is also home to many clubs, crafting groups, and much more (including City-wide events). It is truly a wonderful city to call home.
Commuters will have fairly quick access to Hwy 65 with a few ways to take the backroads to Sacramento or gain freeway access.
Please note, this home is a 2-3BD set-up (where third space is open, but does have a spacious closet) along with backyard slider access. Welcome home.
Location + Activities
No matter what age range you’re at (well, you know what we mean) – young at heart or young in age – there are so many local clubs and sports groups to explore. From soccer, hiking, biking, football, swim clubs, water polo to knitting, little ballerina classes, and quilt clubs – there is something for everyone. Roseville really does have it all, and if we don’t have it – we’re 1.5hr from Tahoe, even less for Truckee. 2hrs from San Francisco, under an 1.5hr to Napa. Many will be shocked that we even have some vineyards just up the road along with a few cool local breweries. Swimming is a big deal in town, and even water polo features a few clubs outside of high school sports. Swimming lessons are hosted at the Summer Sanders pool by Woodcreek High school, but be sure to note that we do have an indoor pool option at the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool. Soccer at different levels and ages too – from club to competitive. Dog lovers also have a few options for dog parks – Hughes Park nearby and another one by one Mahany Park (Bear park). At “The Fountains,” you’ll find weekly farmer’s markets along with an amazing outdoor shopping experience. Across the street is the “Galleria Mall” with just about every local store you can think of … We currently have three libraries – Martha Riley (close by), Maidu Park (also home to a large volume of baseball diamonds, museum, skate park, and covered soccer / hockey field), and the City of Roseville Public Library (by Royer Park). I also strongly encourage some exploration in Historic and Downtown Roseville – learn some history, grab a tasty meal, and be sure to check out the crooked bridge. Be sure to watch the Downtown and Historic Roseville events, along with major happenings at The Grounds (Placer County Fairgrounds). If you have questions about the area – we’re happy to answer!