Mansion Flats, aptly named because it is the home of the Governor’s Mansion, is one of several small neighborhoods in midtown Sacramento – all urban and uniquely alive, yet pleasant with plush trees canopying over charming, older, Victorian-esque homes.
Midtown has been hailed as a beacon for the young and single, as well as empty nesters. It’s nestled between Alkali Flat (which it’s sometimes spoken in conjunction with), Boulevard Park, New Era Park, and J Street, where Capitol Park and downtown begin.
Mansion Flats’ central location, beautiful homes, vibrant lifestyle and countless boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, and specialty stores has made it an ideal burg for almost anyone. Muir Park (with water misters, playground and net-climber) is also located in the neighborhood’s confines rounding out its appeal to families.
The Music Circus and Sacramento Theatre are favorites of Sacramentans and visitors alike. Locals favorite haunts include Sandra Dee’s Famous BBQ and Seafood, The Melting Pot, and Shine (a café and music venue), which sits at the hub of the district, 14th and E Streets.