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Huntington Sierra Oaks by Generation Homes is a neighborhood of 24 new homes priced from the mid-$400,000s off Munroe Street, just south of Fair Oaks Boulevard.
Huntington Sierra Oaks by Generation Homes is a neighborhood of 24 new homes priced from the mid-$400,000s off Munroe Street, just south of Fair Oaks Boulevard. Generation Homes

Huntington Sierra Oaks by Generation Homes, a neighborhood of 24 new homes off Munroe Street, just south of Fair Oaks Boulevard in the Sierra Oaks area of Sacramento, is ideally located within comfortable walking and biking distance of a variety of nearby amenities.

Located less than a mile from the American River Parkway, a popular destination for running, fishing, rafting and hiking, Huntington Sierra Oaks offers home buyers the opportunity to connect with both the natural landscape of the area as well as nearby shopping and dining.

“The location of this community is perfect for young couples who will enjoy the amenities within walking distance of their new home,” said Tony Zogopoulos, a partner with Generation Homes. “The homes are amazing and located close to many great dining, shopping and entertainment options. Home buyers at Huntington Sierra Oaks can take advantage of all of them without starting their car.”

Temple Coffee and Peet’s Coffee are steps away at two different corners of Fair Oaks Boulevard and Munroe Street. A variety of shopping, dining and specialty shops are located about 500 feet away at Loehmann’s Plaza, including Jack’s Urban Eats, Chipotle, Noodles & Company, Beach Hut Deli and Safeway.

The new homes are located in an area that is also convenient for riders of public transportation. A light rail station at Highway 50 and Power Inn Road allows for quick commutes and Regional Transit bus stops are located within 500 feet of the neighborhood. The American River Parkway bike trail offers a convenient option for exercise, and even greater connections for bike commuters.

Each new home is a SMUD Smart Home, featuring Cascade high performance windows with argon gas between the panes to control temperature, internet-enabled automatic setback thermostats and whole building ventilation to increase energy efficiency. Generation Homes worked directly with the Sacramento Municipal Utility District to implement these advanced energy efficiency measures into the homes, so the savings can be passed directly to the homeowner.

Model homes are open Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.For more information on the community and to join the interest list, call (916) 742-2616 or visit online at http://www.mygenhome.com/.

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