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3161 Verde Robles Drive
3161 Verde Robles Drive
Camino, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,575
1366 sqft
Last updated January 28 at 08:46 AM
Make yourself at home at this charming 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home located in Camino! This spacious home features a welcoming kitchen that opens to the bright and spacious living room.
1 Unit Available
2922 Bedford Avenue
2922 Bedford Avenue
Placerville, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
1300 sqft
Last updated January 27 at 10:59 AM
Open House | Friday 1/22/21 | 12pm-12:30pm & 4pm-4:30pm! Beautifully Remodeled 3-Bedroom Home! - This historic three-bedroom, two-bathroom home has been completely remodeled.
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117 Purple Martin Court
117 Purple Martin Court
El Dorado Hills, CA
5 Bedrooms
$3,650
2734 sqft
Last updated January 28 at 08:08 AM
Amazing 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom house in El Dorado Hills. 916 293-2882. Non-smoke. Amenities included: central air, deck, dishwasher, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliance, storage, washer dryer, and yard.
1 Unit Available
7051 Cambria Court
7051 Cambria Court
El Dorado County, CA
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
1915 sqft
Last updated January 28 at 07:21 AM
Large 3br/2.5ba home on 3 acres - Up on a hill living with class. This very open 3-bedroom single family home offers a lot, that you don't know where to begin.
1 Unit Available
4009 Roosevelt Avenue
4009 Roosevelt Avenue
Camino, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
824 sqft
Last updated January 28 at 07:21 AM
Beautiful updated home in downtown Camino. Centrally located to shopping, gas station and minutes from freeway and access to TONS of Apple Hill adventures. Cozy 2 bedrooms with new paint, flooring and fixtures.
1 Unit Available
2890 Lazy Creek Lane
2890 Lazy Creek Lane
El Dorado County, CA
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
1200 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 27 at 10:59 AM
Open House - Sat 1/23/21 11am-11:30am! Available Now! - Escape to this quite and secluded retreat with tons of privacy in Fiddletown! This two-bedroom home also features an office with a closet and a sun room, complete with new paint, carpet and
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2212 MURATURA WY
2212 Muratura Way
El Dorado Hills, CA | Serrano
4 Bedrooms
$3,095
2725 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
LUXURIOUS HOME IN UPPER SERRANO W/ BONUS ROOM / OFFICE! - This is one gorgeous home! Recently remodeled to feature newer flooring, paint, and fixtures throughout.
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City Guide

Diamond Springs
Diamond Springs was settled in 1848 after local prospectors found that there was indeed gold in them there hills, and it proved to be one of the most lucrative gold mining spots in the county. Its legacy as a mining town, and as a Pony Express remount station, has earned it a spot on the California Historical Landmark Registry.
Diamond Springs was settled in 1848 after local prospectors found that there was indeed gold in them there hills, and it proved to be one of the most lucrative gold mining spots in the county. Its legacy as a mining town, and as a Pony Express remount station, has earned it a spot on the California Historical Landmark Registry.

Diamond Springs is located in El Dorado County, California. This census-designated place is home to 11,037 people, spread out over its 16.64 square miles. The city of Placerville is just under two miles away, and there are several other small cities within a short distance. Diamond Springs is five miles from the city of El Dorado, and 36 miles from Sacramento.

Moving to Diamond Springs

There are approximately 5,000 housing units in Diamond Springs, and nearly 70% of these are detached singled houses. Around 27% of the total numbers of units are rentals. Among the places for rent are detached houses, apartment complexes of various sizes, as well as duplexes, townhouses, and mobile home accommodation.

If you're looking for standard one bedroom apartment or house rental in Diamond Springs, you can typically expect to find a place within three or four weeks. The larger apartment complexes here offer a range of rental apartment sizes but they tend not to include apartments with paid utilities. There is the occasional all-utilities-paid apartment on the market; but since they're as rare and precious as--ahem--diamond, they're often in high demand. So, you need to sit patiently in a state of cat-like readiness if you want one, and be prepared to pounce quickly when it turns up.

The majority of both rental and owner-occupied homes were built in the 1970s or later, but unsurprisingly for a region that's been settled for more than 150 years around 20% were built in the 1960s and earlier, with 150 properties or so being at least 80 years old. The most common types of rental accommodation in Diamond Springs are detached houses, but there are also several apartment complexes in the region, so you can find townhouses for rent on a regular basis, and the rental apartment availability is fairly reliable too.

The Diamond Springs climate is a little more excitable than the national average--summer temperatures can range from 50 to 95 degrees in the hottest months, and from 35 to 50 degrees at the height of winter--but still, it's not too extreme, especially for California, and the temperature gets low enough during winter that there's plenty of time to enjoy a bit of cold weather before you start to wish for sunshine again. Rainfall follows a typical pattern, with less than average in summer, and more than average in winter, which means that most people find the low humidity level to be quite comfortable during the summer months. In an average year residents of Diamond Springs will see around 22 inches of rain, and 250 sunny days.

Moving to Diamond Springs
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There are approximately 5,000 housing units in Diamond Springs, and nearly 70% of these are detached singled houses. Around 27% of the total numbers of units are rentals. Among the places for rent are detached houses, apartment complexes of various sizes, as well as duplexes, townhouses, and mobile home accommodation.

If you're looking for standard one bedroom apartment or house rental in Diamond Springs, you can typically expect to find a place within three or four weeks. The larger apartment complexes here offer a range of rental apartment sizes but they tend not to include apartments with paid utilities. There is the occasional all-utilities-paid apartment on the market; but since they're as rare and precious as--ahem--diamond, they're often in high demand. So, you need to sit patiently in a state of cat-like readiness if you want one, and be prepared to pounce quickly when it turns up.

The majority of both rental and owner-occupied homes were built in the 1970s or later, but unsurprisingly for a region that's been settled for more than 150 years around 20% were built in the 1960s and earlier, with 150 properties or so being at least 80 years old. The most common types of rental accommodation in Diamond Springs are detached houses, but there are also several apartment complexes in the region, so you can find townhouses for rent on a regular basis, and the rental apartment availability is fairly reliable too.

The Diamond Springs climate is a little more excitable than the national average--summer temperatures can range from 50 to 95 degrees in the hottest months, and from 35 to 50 degrees at the height of winter--but still, it's not too extreme, especially for California, and the temperature gets low enough during winter that there's plenty of time to enjoy a bit of cold weather before you start to wish for sunshine again. Rainfall follows a typical pattern, with less than average in summer, and more than average in winter, which means that most people find the low humidity level to be quite comfortable during the summer months. In an average year residents of Diamond Springs will see around 22 inches of rain, and 250 sunny days.

Diamond Springs Neighborhoods

You could be forgiven for thinking that everything in Diamond Springs is called Diamond-something-or-other, because it's pretty close to being true. Half the neighborhoods in the area have the word diamond in their name, and most of them are also very small neighborhoods, located in the same general area. There's Diamond Meadows, Diamond Oaks, Diamond Place, Diamond Springs Estates, and Diamond Springs Heights, as well as one that's simply called Diamond.

Deer Park Estates: Deer Park Estates is a neighborhood in central Diamond Springs, which includes owner-occupied and rented houses and mobile homes. Most of the units here were built in the 1970s and 1980s, and a few were built more recently.

Diamond Springs Estates: Diamond Springs Estates is a small neighborhood to the east of Patterson Lake, comprised mainly of owner-occupied and rental houses and townhomes, mostly built in the 1970s and 1980s, with a few of both older and newer construction.

Apartment Communities in Diamond Springs

Diamond Springs Apartments: Diamond Springs Apartments are conveniently located close to the center of town, with apartments of one to three bedrooms, and up to one-and-a-half bathrooms.

Diamond Terrace Apartments: Diamond Terrace Apartments offers apartments of two, three, and four bedrooms, each of which has its own private balcony or patio. Residents have access to a picnic area and basketball court, and there's plenty of parking.

Diamond Springs Neighborhoods
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You could be forgiven for thinking that everything in Diamond Springs is called Diamond-something-or-other, because it's pretty close to being true. Half the neighborhoods in the area have the word diamond in their name, and most of them are also very small neighborhoods, located in the same general area. There's Diamond Meadows, Diamond Oaks, Diamond Place, Diamond Springs Estates, and Diamond Springs Heights, as well as one that's simply called Diamond.

Deer Park Estates: Deer Park Estates is a neighborhood in central Diamond Springs, which includes owner-occupied and rented houses and mobile homes. Most of the units here were built in the 1970s and 1980s, and a few were built more recently.

Diamond Springs Estates: Diamond Springs Estates is a small neighborhood to the east of Patterson Lake, comprised mainly of owner-occupied and rental houses and townhomes, mostly built in the 1970s and 1980s, with a few of both older and newer construction.

Apartment Communities in Diamond Springs

Diamond Springs Apartments: Diamond Springs Apartments are conveniently located close to the center of town, with apartments of one to three bedrooms, and up to one-and-a-half bathrooms.

Diamond Terrace Apartments: Diamond Terrace Apartments offers apartments of two, three, and four bedrooms, each of which has its own private balcony or patio. Residents have access to a picnic area and basketball court, and there's plenty of parking.

Living in Diamond Springs

Diamond Springs is relatively large in terms of area, especially when contrasted with its population. A large portion of the region is undeveloped, which means that depending on where you live, you may have to travel a short distance for grocery shopping or your standard retail therapy session. However, if you can't locate what you need in Diamond Springs, you don't have to go far to find more options--Placerville and El Dorado are both located nearby, which considerably expands your range for dining and entertainment as well as shopping. As well as this, Sacramento is less than an hour's drive away, if you need a bigger dose of city to keep you going.

Living in Diamond Springs
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Diamond Springs is relatively large in terms of area, especially when contrasted with its population. A large portion of the region is undeveloped, which means that depending on where you live, you may have to travel a short distance for grocery shopping or your standard retail therapy session. However, if you can't locate what you need in Diamond Springs, you don't have to go far to find more options--Placerville and El Dorado are both located nearby, which considerably expands your range for dining and entertainment as well as shopping. As well as this, Sacramento is less than an hour's drive away, if you need a bigger dose of city to keep you going.

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City Guide

Diamond Springs
Diamond Springs was settled in 1848 after local prospectors found that there was indeed gold in them there hills, and it proved to be one of the most lucrative gold mining spots in the county. Its legacy as a mining town, and as a Pony Express remount station, has earned it a spot on the California Historical Landmark Registry.
Diamond Springs was settled in 1848 after local prospectors found that there was indeed gold in them there hills, and it proved to be one of the most lucrative gold mining spots in the county. Its legacy as a mining town, and as a Pony Express remount station, has earned it a spot on the California Historical Landmark Registry.

Diamond Springs is located in El Dorado County, California. This census-designated place is home to 11,037 people, spread out over its 16.64 square miles. The city of Placerville is just under two miles away, and there are several other small cities within a short distance. Diamond Springs is five miles from the city of El Dorado, and 36 miles from Sacramento.

Moving to Diamond Springs

There are approximately 5,000 housing units in Diamond Springs, and nearly 70% of these are detached singled houses. Around 27% of the total numbers of units are rentals. Among the places for rent are detached houses, apartment complexes of various sizes, as well as duplexes, townhouses, and mobile home accommodation.

If you're looking for standard one bedroom apartment or house rental in Diamond Springs, you can typically expect to find a place within three or four weeks. The larger apartment complexes here offer a range of rental apartment sizes but they tend not to include apartments with paid utilities. There is the occasional all-utilities-paid apartment on the market; but since they're as rare and precious as--ahem--diamond, they're often in high demand. So, you need to sit patiently in a state of cat-like readiness if you want one, and be prepared to pounce quickly when it turns up.

The majority of both rental and owner-occupied homes were built in the 1970s or later, but unsurprisingly for a region that's been settled for more than 150 years around 20% were built in the 1960s and earlier, with 150 properties or so being at least 80 years old. The most common types of rental accommodation in Diamond Springs are detached houses, but there are also several apartment complexes in the region, so you can find townhouses for rent on a regular basis, and the rental apartment availability is fairly reliable too.

The Diamond Springs climate is a little more excitable than the national average--summer temperatures can range from 50 to 95 degrees in the hottest months, and from 35 to 50 degrees at the height of winter--but still, it's not too extreme, especially for California, and the temperature gets low enough during winter that there's plenty of time to enjoy a bit of cold weather before you start to wish for sunshine again. Rainfall follows a typical pattern, with less than average in summer, and more than average in winter, which means that most people find the low humidity level to be quite comfortable during the summer months. In an average year residents of Diamond Springs will see around 22 inches of rain, and 250 sunny days.

Moving to Diamond Springs
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There are approximately 5,000 housing units in Diamond Springs, and nearly 70% of these are detached singled houses. Around 27% of the total numbers of units are rentals. Among the places for rent are detached houses, apartment complexes of various sizes, as well as duplexes, townhouses, and mobile home accommodation.

If you're looking for standard one bedroom apartment or house rental in Diamond Springs, you can typically expect to find a place within three or four weeks. The larger apartment complexes here offer a range of rental apartment sizes but they tend not to include apartments with paid utilities. There is the occasional all-utilities-paid apartment on the market; but since they're as rare and precious as--ahem--diamond, they're often in high demand. So, you need to sit patiently in a state of cat-like readiness if you want one, and be prepared to pounce quickly when it turns up.

The majority of both rental and owner-occupied homes were built in the 1970s or later, but unsurprisingly for a region that's been settled for more than 150 years around 20% were built in the 1960s and earlier, with 150 properties or so being at least 80 years old. The most common types of rental accommodation in Diamond Springs are detached houses, but there are also several apartment complexes in the region, so you can find townhouses for rent on a regular basis, and the rental apartment availability is fairly reliable too.

The Diamond Springs climate is a little more excitable than the national average--summer temperatures can range from 50 to 95 degrees in the hottest months, and from 35 to 50 degrees at the height of winter--but still, it's not too extreme, especially for California, and the temperature gets low enough during winter that there's plenty of time to enjoy a bit of cold weather before you start to wish for sunshine again. Rainfall follows a typical pattern, with less than average in summer, and more than average in winter, which means that most people find the low humidity level to be quite comfortable during the summer months. In an average year residents of Diamond Springs will see around 22 inches of rain, and 250 sunny days.

Diamond Springs Neighborhoods

You could be forgiven for thinking that everything in Diamond Springs is called Diamond-something-or-other, because it's pretty close to being true. Half the neighborhoods in the area have the word diamond in their name, and most of them are also very small neighborhoods, located in the same general area. There's Diamond Meadows, Diamond Oaks, Diamond Place, Diamond Springs Estates, and Diamond Springs Heights, as well as one that's simply called Diamond.

Deer Park Estates: Deer Park Estates is a neighborhood in central Diamond Springs, which includes owner-occupied and rented houses and mobile homes. Most of the units here were built in the 1970s and 1980s, and a few were built more recently.

Diamond Springs Estates: Diamond Springs Estates is a small neighborhood to the east of Patterson Lake, comprised mainly of owner-occupied and rental houses and townhomes, mostly built in the 1970s and 1980s, with a few of both older and newer construction.

Apartment Communities in Diamond Springs

Diamond Springs Apartments: Diamond Springs Apartments are conveniently located close to the center of town, with apartments of one to three bedrooms, and up to one-and-a-half bathrooms.

Diamond Terrace Apartments: Diamond Terrace Apartments offers apartments of two, three, and four bedrooms, each of which has its own private balcony or patio. Residents have access to a picnic area and basketball court, and there's plenty of parking.

Diamond Springs Neighborhoods
+

You could be forgiven for thinking that everything in Diamond Springs is called Diamond-something-or-other, because it's pretty close to being true. Half the neighborhoods in the area have the word diamond in their name, and most of them are also very small neighborhoods, located in the same general area. There's Diamond Meadows, Diamond Oaks, Diamond Place, Diamond Springs Estates, and Diamond Springs Heights, as well as one that's simply called Diamond.

Deer Park Estates: Deer Park Estates is a neighborhood in central Diamond Springs, which includes owner-occupied and rented houses and mobile homes. Most of the units here were built in the 1970s and 1980s, and a few were built more recently.

Diamond Springs Estates: Diamond Springs Estates is a small neighborhood to the east of Patterson Lake, comprised mainly of owner-occupied and rental houses and townhomes, mostly built in the 1970s and 1980s, with a few of both older and newer construction.

Apartment Communities in Diamond Springs

Diamond Springs Apartments: Diamond Springs Apartments are conveniently located close to the center of town, with apartments of one to three bedrooms, and up to one-and-a-half bathrooms.

Diamond Terrace Apartments: Diamond Terrace Apartments offers apartments of two, three, and four bedrooms, each of which has its own private balcony or patio. Residents have access to a picnic area and basketball court, and there's plenty of parking.

Living in Diamond Springs

Diamond Springs is relatively large in terms of area, especially when contrasted with its population. A large portion of the region is undeveloped, which means that depending on where you live, you may have to travel a short distance for grocery shopping or your standard retail therapy session. However, if you can't locate what you need in Diamond Springs, you don't have to go far to find more options--Placerville and El Dorado are both located nearby, which considerably expands your range for dining and entertainment as well as shopping. As well as this, Sacramento is less than an hour's drive away, if you need a bigger dose of city to keep you going.

Living in Diamond Springs
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Diamond Springs is relatively large in terms of area, especially when contrasted with its population. A large portion of the region is undeveloped, which means that depending on where you live, you may have to travel a short distance for grocery shopping or your standard retail therapy session. However, if you can't locate what you need in Diamond Springs, you don't have to go far to find more options--Placerville and El Dorado are both located nearby, which considerably expands your range for dining and entertainment as well as shopping. As well as this, Sacramento is less than an hour's drive away, if you need a bigger dose of city to keep you going.