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In Butte County, in the Northern Sacramento Valley, in the Sierra Nevada Foothills, you will find the beautiful City of Oroville, California. Oroville is home to the Feather River and is the gateway to Lake Oroville and all the recreational areas the two waterways provide. Lake Oroville is the 2nd largest lake in California and adjacent to the City. This manmade Lake was created with the construction of the Oroville Dam, the tallest dam in the nation.
Home to around 14,500 residents, Oroville is the 3rd largest municipality in Butte County, followed by Paradise and Chico. Situated off of Highway 70, in close proximity to Highway 99 Oroville is approximately 65 miles north of Sacramento, the state’s capital. San Francisco and Reno, Nevada are 2.5 hours from Oroville, San Jose 3 hours away, and South Lake Tahoe is approximately 3 hours away. Also in relative close proximity to Oroville, the Sacramento International Airport is only 60 miles south of Oroville and the San Francisco International Airport is approximately 3 hours away. Oroville also has its own Municipal Airport just a few miles from downtown Oroville, adjacent to the Table Mountain Golf Course.
Incorporated in 1906, the City of Oroville is a Charter City. The Greater Oroville area is home to around 55,000 residents, while 220,000 residents reside in Butte County. Oroville is comprised of approximately 13 square miles, and home to numerous beautiful parks such as Mitchell Park, Nelson Park and Swimming Pool, Riverbend Park and several others. Oroville also has several hiking and biking trails, as well as horse trails for residents to enjoy. With all these great amenities, it is no wonder why so many choose to live in Oroville. The City boasts abundant and diverse real estate options including 1,400 square foot, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom homes that can cost as little as $45,000. You can also find 1,200 square foot, 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom homes for around $105,000, as well as 2,200 square foot, 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom homes for around $250,000. And if you desire something a little more spacious, there are 2,600 square foot, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom homes for around $700,000.
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