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Why Live Here?
Phoenician Villas, located in Roseville, CA, offers spacious 1 & 2 bedroom condominium homes. Surround yourself in beauty with the classic Mediterranean-style architecture and lush landscaping with elegant lighting, water features and statuary. Our extravagant interior features include dramatic 9 ft. high ceilings in living area & master bedroom, elegant ceramic tile entry, stylish window coverings, Inviting electric fireplaces (in specified models), washer/dryer hook-ups with convenient built-in shelving over laundry area for extra storage, ceiling fans in all bedrooms for your comfort, and dramatic 8 ft. French patio door. Enter your own private paradise secured in a gated entrance with remote access and surrounded by two picturesque park areas with mature oaks and abundant landscaping. Our lavishly-decorated outdoor recreation area includes two sparkling pools, an inviting gazebo, BBQ & entertainment center, and a unique oversized chess game board. You'll never want to leave home. We have it all here at Phoenician Villas including a game room, media room, executive-style conference room, and fully-equipped fitness center with expansive views of the natural surrounding environment. We are conveniently located in the Eureka School District. Whether your passion is recreation or sophistication, you can find it all here. Reserve your lifestyle today!
Amenities
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Fitness Center
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Near Public Transit
  • Business Center
  • Controlled Access
  • Parking
Parking
Garage Lot

 

About Roseville, CA


Located near the capital city of Sacramento, Roseville is the largest city in all of California's Placer County. Originally a railroad town, Roseville was just called \Junction\ for years on maps of the area. By the late 20th century, the city abandoned its railroad roots and became a bustling city for big business. Residents of Roseville enjoy the big city atmosphere with a bit of suburbia mixed in for good measure, as well as a host of fun and exciting things to do day and night, including shopping, movies, museums, and easy access to the capital.