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Arden Oaks Profile

Winding creeks and the rejuvenating country green grass spoil its residents with tranquility and the welcoming feel of ranch style home living. A leaning towards preservation of land and nature and an embracing of the horseman’s life has kept this community exclusive to its residents.


Arden Oaks is in the affluent Arden-Arcade area and surrounded by Watt Avenue, Arden Way Watt Avenue, Eastern Avenue, Maryal Drive and Ione Street. There is easy access to Interstate 80, which is West of Arden Oaks, via Arden Way. In the neighborhood, there is a quaint family park with a basketball court, playground and open field perfect for picnics. It is considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods of Sacramento.


Arden Oaks was purchased in 1945 and then divided into acreage-sized and smaller lots by a developer and Arden Oaks founder, Steve Williams, who sought to create a horse-loving community with properties available for both those with horses and those who desired country property. Arden Oaks was further preserved with HOA restrictions that stopped multiple attempts of dividing properties and required a minimum lot size of 30,000 square feet. However, today, you can find both homes and vacant properties that sit on a quarter of an acre.

Horses are a Way of Life

While private parks, tennis courts and swimming pools dot the community, the community’s origins of a love for horses sets it apart from the congested neighborhoods and allows residents space to roam. While few residents own horses, there is a horse farm in the community.


While there aren’t any schools inside of this community, there are public, charter and private schools in the area. Arden Oaks is part of the San Juan Unified School District. The schools for Arden Oaks include: Mariemont Elementary School, Ralph Richardson Center, San Juan Choice Charter School, Arden Middle School and El Camino Fundamental High School.