One of the first things you may notice when looking at homes for sale in Saratoga is the lack of street lights in the neighborhoods. Then, you may wonder why so many of the neighborhoods don’t have sidewalks.
There’s a well-planned reason behind this and it lies in the city’s zoning codes. They’re meant to maintain a more rural vibe in the area.
Eighty-six percent of Saratoga’s more than 11,000 housing units are owner-occupied. These homes range in ages, with about one-third of them built in the 1960s. The homes built prior to the 1940s and in the 2000s, however, are typically among Saratoga’s priciest.
Look to spend between $1.1 million and more than $10 million for a single-family home for sale in Saratoga.
Keep in mind that housing markets change frequently and so do home prices. Feel free to contact us for current home prices in Saratoga.