Franklin Crossing in Elk Grove is a newer subdivision of homes, typically built between 2011 and 2015. This cluster of newer homes is just south and a hair west of one of my favorite subdivsions in Elk Grove, near Bilby and Willard Parkways. If you are taking I-5 south from Sacramento, it's about a 20-minute drive from downtown, and you'd get off the freeway at the Hood-Franklin exit.
It's a short commute past farmlands and old estates, which probably won't exist much longer. There is also a cemetery, but I imagine they'd have to leave that in the path of new construction. Some things you just don't mess with. Long-term residents' homelands though seem to be up for grabs by developers, and many people in Elk Grove are unhappy about that, which is understandable.
Remember, Elk Grove was named in 2006 the Fastest Growing City in America. You can read more about my new listing in Franklin Crossing, built in 2014, a single-story Taylor Morrison home, in my personal blog today at this link: Newer Elk Grove Home in Franklin Crossing for Sale.