Rural Living with all of the Comforts of a Suburban Community
Wilding Ranch in Patterson is located in popular Stanislaus County, 27 miles southeast of Tracy. Daily life in Patterson offers beautiful views of the Diablo Mountains and lush farmlands. Known as the Apricot Capital of the World, Patterson is home to 20,922 residents who enjoy the ease of access to the Bay Area and the Tri-Valley as well as the beauty of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Diablo Mountains, and Yosemite.
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Patterson: A Cozy Little City in the Central Valley
The Central Valley’s charming gem-rich in agriculture, history and distinctive architecture, Patterson provides a community spirit and vibrant local culture with easy access to quaint shopping, delicious eateries, beautiful golf at the Diablo Grande Golf Course, and nearby parks, lakes, and mountains. Patterson is modeled after the cities of Washington, D.C. and Paris, France, with a series of circular, radiating streets that are lined with trees.
Patterson is full of family fun, drawing crowds to their yearly apricot festival, historical museum, abundance of parks, aquatic center, and sports car race event.
Residents eager for a higher level education can take advantage of California State University, Stanislaus and Modesto Junior College. Both oer students unique opportunities to advance to a higher degree and career opportunities.
Patterson enjoys a very mild weather climate, with temperatures averaging 63 degrees and rainfall staying steady at 13 inches per year. The steady weather creates an enticing reason to come home to Patterson.