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El Dorado Hills Luxury Apartment Roundup

El Dorado Hills Luxury Apartments

One of the best benefits of The Greater Sacramento Area is its affordable high standard of living compared to other areas in California. For El Dorado Hills apartment hunters, there is no shortage of great options for every price range.

If you’re looking specifically for luxury apartments in the El Dorado Hills and Folsom area, we have a few recommendations for you to consider.

Lesarra Luxury Living

Our number one pick for El Dorado Hills luxury apartments is Lesarra Luxury Living. Lesarra offers a truly impressive sixteen different floor plans ranging in size from about eight hundred square feet to over fourteen hundred square feet.

Some of Lesarra’s standout community features and amenities include:

  • An 8,000 square foot clubhouse with fitness center

  • On-site staff and 24/7 emergency maintenance teams

  • Night security patrols

  • Package receiving for residents

  • BBQ/Picnic area and fire pit

Lesarra apartments all feature top-of-the-line amenities like gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, in-unit washer and dryer, and pre-wired for high speed internet access.

Vineyards at Valley View

Next on our El Dorado Hills luxury apartments list is Vineyards at Valley View. This complex offers one, two, and three bedroom options across ten different floor plans. Apartment sizes range from a modest 632 square feet up to 1,264 square feet.

If parking is a particular concern for you, Vineyards at Valley View has three floor plans that include an attached garage.

Luxury community amenities include:

  • 24 hour WiFi lounge/business center

  • Conference room

  • Resort-inspired pool, spa & sundeck

  • Poolside fireplace

  • Fitness Studio

  • Outdoor grilling station

  • Community clubhouse

Pets are welcome at Vineyards at Valley View, but there are some breed restrictions for dogs. There is also a limit of two pets total per resident.

The Pique at Iron Point

Located in Folsom, just East of El Dorado Hills, The Pique at Iron Point is a luxury apartment complex aimed squarely at a younger, more tech-savvy and environmentally conscious demographic.

In addition to the traditional suite of luxury amenities offered at other comparable complexes, The Pique at Iron Point also prominently touts their “go green” philosophy, pet-friendly amenities, and tech-oriented community spaces.

There are five floor plans available that range from a 912 sq. ft. one bedroom to a very comfortable 1708 sq. ft. three bedroom/three bath. Prices starts at $2,325 for the one bedroom floor plan and goes up from there.

Sterling Ranch Apartments

Last, but certainly not least, on our list is Sterling Ranch Apartments. Located just off of El Dorado Hills Boulevard, Sterling Ranch is another excellent choice if you’re looking for luxury accommodations.

Sterling Ranch offers six wine-themed floor plans ranging in size from one to three bedrooms:

  • Chardonnay (1BD/1BA)

  • Riesling (1BD/1BA)

  • Merlot (2BD/1BA)

  • Cabernet (2BD/2BA)

  • Syrah (2BD/2BA)

  • Zinfandel (3BD/2BA)

If you’re a pinot noir fan… sadly you’re out of luck for the time being. Like other complexes on our list, Sterling Ranch Apartments offers a full complement of luxury amenities. They also have corporate suites available for businesses.

How To Deal With Downsizing

If you are transitioning from a house to an apartment, there’s a good chance you’ll need to downsize your possessions and furnishings before moving in. While some people find the process of downsizing liberating, it is a prohibitive drawback for others who have a home full of items that have high monetary and/or sentimental value.

There are several options to deal with downsizing:

Donate and/or sell your items: Selling or donating items is a quick and (usually) painless way to get rid of a lot of things quickly. This is a good option if your items have low monetary and/or sentimental value.

Store your items with friends or family: If you want to keep a lot of what’s in your home, but don’t have space in your new apartment, consider asking friends or family to store items for you. Of course, this option only works if you have friends or family who themselves have extra storage space available to lend.

Put your items in a professional storage unit: If you don’t want to get rid of your things, and don’t have friends or family who can hold onto them for you, a professional storage solution is a great option. Climate-controlled storage is an excellent way to protect items that are delicate or need to be kept at certain temperatures.

Other Services To Consider

If you’re new to the Sacramento area and plan on renting as a temporary solution before purchasing a home, consider renting a private mailbox. A private mailbox can alleviate the hassle of having to change address and deal with mail forwarding when you transition from an apartment to a new home.

Finally, if you have a medium or large wine collection that won’t fit in your new apartment, GoldKey offers private wine storage lockers that are temperature controlled to industry-recommended specifications. This gives you a safe and secure way to store your wine collection if your new apartment doesn’t have enough space.


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