Magnolia HillsThe Glendale is a two-story plan with 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms in 1,649 square feet. The main level features a chef-inspired kitchen with marble countertops, a pantry, as well as a powder room. The kitchen opens onto a spacious living room, and a two-car garage. Bedroom One on the second level offers a private bathroom with a double vanity, walk-in shower, and a large walk-in closet. There are 3 additional bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a walk-in laundry room that complete the second level. Quality materials and workmanship throughout, with superior attention to detail, plus a one-year builders warranty. Your new home also includes our smart home technology package! A D.R. Horton Smart Home is equipped with technology that includes the following: a Z-Wave programmable thermostat manufactured by Honeywell; a Z-Wave door lock manufactured by Kwikset; a Z-Wave wireless switch manufactured by Eaton Corporation; a Qolsys, Inc. touchscreen Smart Home control device; an automation platform from Alarm.com; a SkyBell video doorbell; and an Amazon Echo Dot.* Talk to a New Home Sales Agent for details.
LIFE IN THE “CRIMSON TIDE” CITY
Welcome to Alabama’s collegiate city! D.R. Horton in the Tuscaloosa area builds quality, one- and two-story brick homes in our Express and D.R. Horton Homes brands. Enjoy the quality and peace of mind that comes from buying a new home from America’s Builder. We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
This of our nation’s southern coast offers a variety of activities to fit your lifestyle needs. Whether you’re spending the day outdoors with your kids at Lake Lurleen State Park, enjoying a date night on University Boulevard, or pursuing fresh produce at the weekly farmer’s market on the Riverwalk — the Tuscaloosa community offers a variety of ways to help make your new house a home.
SCHOOL DISTRICTS*Tuscaloosa County
PARKS AND RECREATION
Lake Lurleen State Park: Located nine miles northwest of Tuscaloosa and Northport, this 1,625-acre scenic retreat features 23 miles of trails for hiking, biking, fishing camping or boat-riding along the 250-acre lake.
The Tuscaloosa Transit Authority (TTA): The city’s local, government-owned bus system serves nearly 16,000 riders monthly on its regularly-scheduled routes; as well as a downtown trolley with daily stops at entertainment districts as well as special game-day services.
University Boulevard: Stretching from Capitol Park, Past the University of Alabama to the Arboretum, the “mother road of Tuscaloosa” features a rich history and wealth of sights with plenty of dining and entertainment venues in walking distance.
ARTS AND LIFESTYLE
The Riverwalk: This 178 mile-long span of walkable spans along the southern bank of the Black Warrior River features a variety of park areas and trails, a musical amphitheater and a Saturday morning farmer’s market.
About a five minute drive away from Tuscaloosa lies a city equally as famous for its unique cultural traditions. Northport is notable for serving as home to the internationally acclaimed folk-art celebration — the annual Kentuck Festival of the Arts.