13 Cozy Homes In and Around Sacramento
During this time of year, the cozy features of a home become a bit more attractive. We’re talking about rich wooden details, stone walls, unique fireplaces, warm lighting and other nap-inducing elements. These provide a comfortable and inviting feeling within a home — perfect for the fall and winter.
Take a look at these properties that possess some or all of these cozy qualities!
This estate in Loomis is absolutely extraordinary. Its unique blend of Old World craftsmanship mixed with modern touches makes it stand out in particular. Several rooms feature exposed wooden beams on the ceiling, brick detailing and other cozy design elements.
This property tucked away near Winchester Country Club in Meadow Vista enjoys a beautiful setting and pristine views. Within the home, you’ll find warm wooden elements, travertine tile, three gas fireplaces, and lots of space for entertaining. And during the spring and summer, bask in the sun in the outdoor living area with a stone fireplace!
We’ve mentioned this treehouse-like home in Auburn several times, and it certainly fits within the “cozy home” department. Tucked away in the woods, this contemporary home boasts incredible views and state-of-the-art architecture. Its external appearance makes it ultra-inviting, and you won’t want to leave once you step inside!
Did you know that a door painted red can mean that this home is an inviting place that welcomes all guests? This Granite Bay home with a red door is certainly a welcoming place, furthered by its warm lighting, abundance of cozy fireplaces, and overall comforting feel it emits.
There is something about exposed wooden beams that makes a home extra cozy. That is certainly the case for this home in Arden Park! After you’re done hibernating during the winter in the comfortable living area, tend to the property’s impressive variety of fruit trees during the spring and summer.
There is something so comforting and cabin-like within the living area of this home in Placerville, due to its vaulted wooden ceilings, vintage fireplace and floor-to-ceiling brick wall. We also adore the cozy barrel room and wine cave, which is so appropriate for a home with its own vineyard!
This home in Carmichael defines “cozy” in every way with its wooden ceilings, flooring and walls, exposed beams, brick detailing, fireplaces, and small nooks throughout the home. There’s even a brick fireplace in the kitchen! This feels like the ultimate winter retreat, but you can enjoy this home year-round thanks to the pool and outdoor fireplace.
Escape to this stunning French country estate nestled in a private enclave. Once you get over the breathtaking views from the yard, you’ll be swept away by its elegant interior with lots of places to gather and relax. We particularly appreciate the warm tones and lighting used throughout that make this large property feel cozy and comfortable.
This Auburn masterpiece is particularly unique as it was custom designed by local architect, Ron Lichau. It is full of surprises at every turn, but one thing remains constant — its woodsy and cozy feel, furthered by its immersion in nature. Large windows let in natural light, and details like brick walls and exposed wooden beams make you feel like you’re in a mid-century cabin.
This brand new property emits coziness in a fresh way, merging dark wooden details with bright white elements and modern touches. The warm lighting, mahogany cabinetry, centrally located fireplace and stonework in the backyard make this home a cozy place to be.
This contemporary country estate in Newcastle is truly one of a kind. It combines modern features with vintage charm in such a unique and tasteful way. We particularly love the rich hardwood flooring, elegant light fixtures, the variety of decks, and of course — the sauna!
Just take one look at this home’s great room with solid oak wood floors, soaring ceilings and a vintage brick fireplace — and you’ll feel right at home. This quiet and private oasis is nestled in the trees of Shingle Springs, providing a relaxing and cozy getaway.
This fun and artsy home in Davis has a welcoming spirit throughout — whether you’re cozying up to the fireplace during the winter or hosting guests in the incredible backyard during the summer. We especially love the unique brown flooring in the entryway and kitchen!
Which of these looks the coziest?
Is there a particular home that looks like the ideal setting for your afternoon winter nap?