Known for its charming vintage homes including Victorian, Bungalow, and 1920s revival style subdivisions.
Curtis Park is a quaint, family-centered residential neighborhood known for its Craftsman bungalows and Tudor Revival homes.
The 24th Street Theatre, built in 1929, hosts plays, concerts, and comedy performances
The neighborhood’s namesake park has a jogging trail, tennis courts, and hosts summer concerts, Crab Fest and local arts and crafts sale.
On a typical day you can find neighbors spending time with their dogs at the park, relaxing in the shade provided Sac’s many lush trees on a hot summer day, or bundled up enjoying a walk in the crisp winter air.
Grabbing a beer or apps with friends, head over toPangaea for a hip, yet unassuming atmosphere
Sweet tooth, try the Real Pie Company for something warm, or maybe something cold Gunther Ice Cream one of Sacramento’s long standing staples and a must even if just visiting.
I personally choose to call Curtis Park home, and am very excited for what the future holds. In this community, I found my neighbors to take great pride in the quality and care they of their homes.