Located near Sacramento, California in the state's northern area, Four Seasons at El Dorado Hills is a tight-knit 55+ community with a wide range of amenities. The spacious clubhouse boasts attractive amenities inside, while the grounds are complete with recreation opportunities including sports courts, walking trails, and community gardening areas. With so many amenities, it's easy to see why Four Seasons at El Dorado Hills appeals to homebuyers looking for homes for sale near Sacramento, CA.
Recreation at Four Seasons at El Dorado Hills is centered around a spacious clubhouse which is known as The Lodge. This lovely facility offers many areas for socializing, including a cozy lounge with a double-sided fireplace. There is a library with computers and a media lounge with a big screen TV. The arts and crafts studio lets residents get creative, while the large ballroom hosts many community events.
The Lodge’s state-of-the-art fitness center provides cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, as well as locker rooms with showers and a sauna. Active residents can also stay in shape outdoors with lighted tennis courts, bocce ball courts, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, and scenic walking trails. The outdoor swimming pool is a great place to cool off in warm weather or relax with friends on the surrounding deck. There is even a 2-acre community garden for residents who boast a green thumb.
A Variety of Homes
Built by K. Hovnanian between 2004 and 2009, Four Seasons at El Dorado Hills is a gated community specifically designed for 55+ active adults. The development’s 460 single-family homes feature ranch-style floor plans for main-level living, although the largest model also includes a second-story bonus room.
Homes were originally built in ten different floor plans spread across three series: the Alpine Series, the Wildflower Series, and the Trails Series. Homes range from 1,389 to over 2,300 square feet and multiple elevations for each floor plan have created varied streetscapes.
Each home in the community has a minimum of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage. Many homes were built with a den or additional bedroom and most designs feature open floor plans with kitchens that open into expansive great rooms. The largest of the homes were built with three bedrooms and a den (or four bedrooms), three bathrooms, and two-and-a-half-car garages.