Auburn CA

With a population over 13,000, Auburn is known for its California Gold Rush history, and is registered as a California Historical Landmark

Auburn is situated in the Northern California foothills of the Sierra Nevada range, approximately 800 vertical feet above the confluence of the North Fork and Middle Fork of the American River. It is located between Sacramento and Reno, Nevada along Interstate 80. Mountainous wilderness canyons and the western slope of the Sierra Nevada lie adjacent eastward, while gentle rolling foothills well-suited for agriculture lie to the west. The crest of the Sierra Nevada lies approximately 45 miles (72 km) eastward, and the Central Valley lies approximately ten miles to the west.

The Foresthill Bridge, also referred to as the Auburn-Foresthill Bridge or the Auburn Bridge, is a road bridge crossing over the North Fork American River in Placer County and the Sierra Nevada foothills, in eastern California. It is the highest bridge by deck height in California, the fourth highest in the United States, and the fiftieth highest in the world at 730 feet (220 m) above the river.[1]

Auburn is home to Placer High School, which is one of the oldest high schools in California.

Luxury Auburn Communities

Auburn Bluffs

Located in South Auburn with STUNNING VIEWS OF FOLSOM LAKE! Ideal living location in Auburn with its pure and natural beauty surrounded by miles of rolling foothill views. The Auburn Bluffs include 28 lots which is ideally located just minutes from charming Historical Downtown Auburn, dining & wineries, hiking/biking trails, and min. to highway 80.