Many people have asked why my husband and I choose Independence at Mather to purchase our home. Most folks have never visited this little nook of Sacramento. What drew us here? The answer is, many factors appealed to us. The community is attractive and located within a beautiful 1600 acre park. The neighborhood is surrounded by a wildlife refuge. There is a seasonal creek that meanders through the community which includes the many walking paths throughout the neighborhoods. Mather is close to the highway 50 corridor, a major job center in Sacramento. All of these factors make Mather different and desirable. Home prices are reasonable and the monthly HOA fee of $70.00 includes complete front yard landscape maintenance. What great deal!
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Formerly, Independence at Mather was officers housing for the (now closed) Mather Air Force Base. After the airbase was closed, our government sold this acreage to a home builder. The officer’s housing was demolished, but the street configuration was left intact. This allowed the builder to build an array of different home
models on many different sized lots, which range from .14 acre to .75 acre lots. Where once B-52 bombers dotted the skies… kites now soar!
All homes in Independence at Mather were built between 2001 and 2006, and are light, spacious feeling and relatively new. Floor plans range from 1100 to 4000+ sq. feet, so you are sure to find a size that’s right for you.