El Dorado Hills / Folsom

Welcome to El Dorado Hills and Folsom

Serene environment with rolling hills, luxury gated communities, and lake views
Complete with awe-inspiring views, peaceful residential areas, and all the comforts you could ever want or need, the El Dorado Hills and Folsom area makes an outstanding place to live. El Dorado Hills is located in El Dorado County, while Folsom is part of Sacramento County. The area is approximately 23 miles outside of Sacramento, making it an excellent spot for those who travel to the city frequently. El Dorado Hills and Folsom are home to numerous parks and trails, the SeaQuest Folsom aquarium, superior shopping and dining, and Folsom Lake.
Homes in El Dorado Hills/Folsom are stunning, spacious, and modern. Neighborhoods throughout the area have a distinctly suburban feel. Select communities are gated luxury neighborhoods with the finest conveniences and ample privacy. The median list price ranges from $660,000 (in Folsom) to $825,000 (in El Dorado Hills).

What to Love

  • Gorgeous views of the hills and Folsom Lake
  • Luxury gated communities
  • Top-rated public schools

People & Lifestyle

Living in El Dorado Hills and Folsom is a true pleasure. Each neighborhood is tranquil and grand, making it the ideal locale for those seeking exclusivity and privacy. In El Dorado Hills, you’ll find a high number of the area’s premier luxury communities. In Folsom, you’ll enjoy an environment that is perfect for both families and outdoor enthusiasts. 
Anyone searching for a suburban oasis will fall head over heels with El Dorado Hills and Folsom. Top conveniences and highly ranked schools are always minutes away, and life moves at a more leisurely pace.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

While most El Dorado Hills is residential, you’ll find the bulk of the area’s shopping and dining in Folsom. Two primary shopping destinations have a high density of today’s favorite retailers. Along East Bidwell Street, you can stop into stores like Target, HomeGoods, Sprouts Farmers Market, Raley’s, and Kohl’s. Driving several miles southeast, you’ll encounter retailers such as REI, Michaels, Marshalls, Cost Plus World Market, and Nordstrom Rack.
Dining in El Dorado Hills and Folsom is also a treat. Find new favorite menu items at local favorites such as Visconti’s Ristorante, Iron Horse Tavern Folsom, Back Bistro, Manderes, The Waffle Experience, Folsom Tap House & Kitchen, Bacchus House Wine Bar & Bistro, Sutter Street Steakhouse, Thai Paradise, Buckhorn BBQ, and Hop Sing Palace.

Things to Do

Consider yourself an outdoor enthusiast? If so, relocating to El Dorado Hills and Folsom is a wise decision. Throughout each neighborhood, you’ll find beautifully maintained parks, trails, and other outdoor experiences. There are also plenty of things to do for families, couples, and individuals.
If you love amazing food and adult beverages, don’t miss out on the annual El Dorado Hills Art, Beer, and Wine Festival. In Folsom, locals also enjoy visiting the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary, the Folsom History Museum, and SeaQuest Folsom.
Headed outdoors for the morning or afternoon? The El Dorado Hills and Folsom area is brimming with plenty of nature/outdoor spots for you to check out. Be sure to visit the Johnny Cash Trail, Folsom Kids Play Park, Handy Family Park, the Folsom Point Boat Ramp, and Lembi Park.


El Dorado Hills and Folsom are home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
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