Living in Antelope, CA
Where is Antelope, California?
Considered a suburb of Sacramento, Antelope is just 15 miles northeast of downtown Sacramento, 25 miles southwest of Roseville, and 90 miles northeast of San Francisco. This prime location provides easy access to shopping centers and excellent schools within walking distance. Conveniently, the Sacramento McClellan Airport is only about a 20-minute drive and about the same distance away from I-80.
Generally, the boundaries of Antelope are recognized as follows:
* Northern border: the Sacramento County and Placer County line
* Eastern border: Roseville Road south to Butternut Drive
* Southern border: Antelope Road
* Western border: Elverta Road along 28th Street to Placer County line
The town has a total area of close to 7 square miles with a mostly flat landscape.
Why live in Antelope, California?
Living in Antelope gives you the best of both worlds: a small-town feel with easy access to all the perks of a bigger city. With Sacramento just 15 miles away, Antelope residents can easily commute back and forth for work or hop over for a day at the museum or a night at the theater. And—added bonus—you can get to the airport in just 25 minutes, making travel that much easier.
But proximity to Sacramento is by no means the only draw! Families love that Antelope has highly rated schools, a tight-knit community, great parks and hiking trails, pools and skate parks, and local restaurants and shops. Residents are also drawn by the cost of living, which is significantly less than in Sacramento. In Antelope, there’s truly something for everyone.
Where is The Arbors Located?
The Arbors single-family rental homes are situated in Antelope along Watt Ave, just a quick walk away from dog-friendly Sierra Creek Park. With this stellar location you are conveniently located next to Cyril Spinelli Elementary School, Cherry Blossom Park, and a wide range of shopping centers and restaurants. With 150 acres of manicured grounds, you’ll have space to roam, right on the property. The lush, landscaped grounds, quiet cul-de-sacs, and private pet park are perfect for hassle-free weekend relaxation. .
What Are the Demographics of Antelope?
With a current population of about 48,421, Antelope is a racially diverse neighborhood of primarily college-educated young professionals and families. There’s a roughly even split between male and female members of the community and a broad spread of ages, with the median age around 31 years.
Commuting from Antelope
Many people moving to Antelope work in Sacramento, so they commute back and forth daily. Fortunately, it’s an easy one! Interstate 80 will get you from The Arbors to downtown Sacramento in 28 minutes.