Auburn Greens Condominiums

About

Auburn Greens is a McKeon built fourplex-style condo community located in Auburn, California. Auburn Greens is located on Highway 49 between Bell Road and Dry Creek Road. Street names within the Auburn Greens condominium community are:

  • Galena Drive
  • Garnet Way
  • Opal Drive
  • Park Drive
  • Quartz Drive
  • Sapphire Drive
  • Town Court

Each unit at Auburn Greens is individually owned (and managed, if it is a rental property) so there are no exclusive sales or leasing offices for Auburn Greens condo sales and rentals. If you are interested in buying, selling or renting a condo in Auburn Greens, call Souza Realty at 916-408-5500.

Auburn Greens fourplex-style condos were built in the 1970’s and there are five different 2 bedroom1 bath floorplans:

  • Unit #1 is a first floor condo with two different layouts
  • Units #2 and #3 are two-story townhomes
  • Unit #4 is a second floor condo with two different layouts (one has 1 bathroom, another has 1 1/2 bathrooms)

Each building has a shared laundry room and each unit has 2 assigned parking spaces plus wall and closet storage in the carport area. Two different HOA (Homeowners Associations) govern Auburn Greens condos and each have their own CC&R’s, HOA dues, management company and swimming pool.

  • Auburn Greens 1 (530-885-2995) consists of 71 buildings (284 units) on the east side, all of which have grey roofs and white gutters. Monthly HOA dues are $220.00.
  • Auburn Greens 2 (530-823-9551) consists of 79 buildings (316 units) on the west side, which have different colored roofs and gutters. Monthly HOA dues are $160.00. No pets are allowed at Auburn Greens 2.

Sewer fees are incorporated in the property taxes and garbage collection is included in the HOA dues. Public utilities are available to residents of Auburn Greens as follows:

  • Nevada Irrigation District (530-273-6185) – water
  • PG&E (800-743-5000) – electricity, gas

Residents of Auburn Greens condos have the convenience of being walking distance to Auburn District Regional Park, which has a walking trail that circles a man-made lake, an 18-hole Frisbee golf course, lots of shady picnic areas, BBQ pits, a basketball court, soccer fields and grassy play areas everywhere. For more information about Auburn District Regional Park, please visit the Auburn Area Recreation & Parks District (ARD) website.