Homes for Sale in the Sacramento Area Perfect for Spring Gardening
Slowly but surely, spring is making an appearance in the greater Sacramento area. Now is the ideal time to start thinking about planting a spring garden. There’s nothing better than produce plucked right from your own backyard — Sacramento is, after all, the Farm-to-Fork capital of the nation! But if you lack the space to get your garden going, no worries. There are plenty of homes for sale in the Sacramento region with room for you to spread out and plant your spring garden.
This home in Loomis is already outfitted with everything you need to plant your garden, including garden boxes just waiting to be seeded. With more than a half-acre with a year-round stream, there’s also space to plant anything else you see fit. There’s even a smokehouse and built-in barbecue so you’re ready for entertaining.
This classic Land Park home has one of the largest backyards on the block, meaning there’s plenty of space to create the garden of your dreams! There’s a large Trex deck, fire pit, and built-in gas grill for entertaining. The interior has been recently updated with high-end finishes and appliances.
This contemporary home in Davis doesn’t mess around when it comes to its garden — there’s a designated plot that already has raised beds ready to go! It’s adjacent to a greenbelt/public garden, so you can expand your gardening even further. Out back, the home has a swimming pool and outdoor kitchen for prepping all that home-grown produce.
Located in a 55+ gated community, this stylish home in El Dorado Hills has a park-like backyard complete with raised garden beds and fruit trees. There’s also a covered patio, pull-down shades and a gazebo to enjoy those sunny spring days. Even better, there’s a shared community garden so you can plant even more.
This family home in Auburn has plenty of options for your home garden. Low-lying shrubs and trees dot the property, allowing plenty of sunshine to make your garden grow. There’s also a large back deck with built-in bench seating. There’s even a separate patio for sunbathing or al fresco dining.
This brand-new home in Elk Grove has an unfinished backyard, meaning you’ll have a blank slate to create the garden of your dreams! Raised beds? Fruit trees? A greenhouse? Whatever your home gardening aspirations may be, you can make it happen. Plus, the neighborhood is surrounded by farmland, so you’ll have all the inspiration you need.
With sunshine galore, the backyard of this Cameron Park home has multiple options for home gardening. There’s space for raised beds, plus a shed to keep all your gardening tools. After all that digging, planting or sowing, you can kick back on the covered patio or relax in the hot tub. There’s even a sparkling pool to keep you cool!
Why settle for a backyard garden when you can have an entire farm? This home in Penn Valley is ideal for organic farming, with a greenhouse, irrigation and barns. It’s also perfect for horse lovers, as it has more than a dozen horse stalls, a tack room and a vet room.
Although the backyard of this stately home in Fair Oaks is canopied by trees, there are plenty of sunny spots to plant your garden. The lush grounds are great for entertaining, with a solar-heated pool and heritage oaks. There’s even a pergola and built-in outdoor fireplace for those chilly spring evenings.