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At a Glance
Nestled amid the rolling hills and picturesque landscape of Roseville, The Preserve at Creekside is designed to meet your every need. Providing the perfect blend of breathtaking nature and modern conveniences, The Preserve provides a stunni
Why Live Here?
The Preserve at Creekside Where you can live a life without compromise.*Nestled amid the rolling hills and picturesque landscape of Roseville, The Preserve at Creekside is designed to meet your every need. Providing the perfect blend of breathtaking nature and modern conveniences, The Preserve provides a stunningly beautiful community and creates the perfect place to call home. Each one, two and three bedroom apartment home comes complete with gourmet kitchens, ceramic tile entries, breakfast bars, and in-home washer and dryers. As a Preserve resident, take advantage of our 24-hour fitness center, refreshing swimming pool and scenic picnic areas. Experience the ultimate in carefree living, here at The Preserve at Creekside Apartment Homes.
Amenities
  • Pool
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Business Center
  • 24-Hour Cardio & Strength Center
  • High End Shopping & Dining Nearby
  • Outdoor Grills
  • Picnic Areas
  • * In Select Home
  • Breakfast Bars
  • Bult-In Microwaves
  • Central Air & Heat
  • Ceramic Tile Entryways
  • Designer 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms For Rent
  • Entertainment Center Alcove*
  • Gas Fireplaces with Tile Hearths*
  • Gourmet Kitchens
  • Granite Countertops*
  • Large Walk-In Closets
  • Soaking Tubs
  • Wood Plank Floors*
Building Information
  • Units: 336

 

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.