With its quiet, tree-lined streets and a convenient location just minutes from downtown, Tahoe Park East offers residents the best of suburban and urban life. This well-established neighborhood is surrounded by major roadways.
Home designs in Tahoe Park East tend to be traditional-style homes built from the late 1940s through the 1970s. There are also a variety of ranch-style homes constructed in the 1960s and 1970s. Tahoe Park East encompasses zip code 95820. The community is bounded by the Interstate 50 on the north, Redding Avenue and Business Drive on the east, 14th Avenue on the south, and 65th Street on the west. The community is primarily residential, although you will find a variety of restaurants, shops, and service establishments in and around the neighborhood.
Of the many appealing features of Tahoe Park East is Little League Park, which sits just outside of the community to the east. As its name suggests, this park features Little League ball fields, as well as some walking and biking opportunities. Not too far away to the west of Tahoe Park East is Granite Regional Park. This public park includes three soccer fields, a dog park, horseshoe pit, areas for picnicking, a lake, and walking, bicycling, and hiking trails. A second section of the park is scheduled to feature additional ball fields and a wetland area to add to the fun and enjoyment of what is already offered at this park.
Across the Interstate 50 to the north of Tahoe Park East is California State University, Sacramento. The four-year public education institution offers instruction to 29,000 students and graduates 6,000 per year. It is a scenic 300-acre campus with 3,000 trees and overlooks the American River.