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The Reserve D.R. Horton

Residence 2 Alt. Floor Plan, Single Family

From$1,118,880Estimate Payment

  • 2,734 sq ft
  • 2 Story
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bath
  • 2 Car
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The Reserve

The Reserve is a traditional style single-family detached new home community located in the southeast Hayward hills. Ideally situated to major commuter thoroughfares, public transportation and easy access to Oakland, San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. 

Chose one of four two-story plans with 3-5 Bedrooms and three Baths with approximately 2,566 square feet to 3,150 square feet.  Standard features such as Stainless Steel appliances, Granite Counter tops, Tile in selected areas and beautiful outdoor space make your new home at The Reserve the ideal place to call home.  

Release Procedures

Community Information

Hours
Mon 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Tue - Sun 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Contact Info
Richard Chappell
Online Sales Consultant
CA DRE Lic. #01751804
RChappell@drhorton.com
(877) 995-7452
Gracelyn Falby
Sales Representative
CA DRE Lic. #01322974
GFalby@drhorton.com
(925) 918-1224
Kris Hansen
Sales Representative
CA DRE Lic. #01219169
KHansen@drhorton.com
(925) 448-0531
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Area Information

SAN FRANSICO BAY AREA

LIFE IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Welcome to Northern California! From urban townhomes and condominiums to executive home designs, D.R. Horton will help you find the home you’ve been searching for in the Bay Area. Whether you’re looking for stainless steel appliances, granite countertops or elegant tile, our standard features will make your new house a home. We look forward to providing you the home of your dreams.

Whether you’re spending the day outdoors with your kids at Golden Gate Park, enjoying a romantic evening in San Francisco’s South of Market area, or exploring Oakland’s top-rated art scenes, this high-tech city has a variety of activities to meet your lifestyle needs.

PARKS & RECREATION

Golden Gate Park (GGP): This nearly 1,020-acre large urban park is internationally-renowned for its unique variety of entertainment — from a Japanese tea garden to Hippie Hill and even an actual herd of buffalo.

URBAN DESIGN

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART): For more than 40 years BART has served the area with nearly 700 vehicles, 46 subway stations and as a direct connection to the three historically famous San Francisco cable car lines.

NIGHTLIFE

South of Market (SOMO): This extremely vibrant area of San Francisco is home to a plethora of entertainment venues, nightclubs, and bars catering to the culturally diverse patronage of the Bay Area.

ARTS & LIFESTYLE

Oakland: Referred to as the “central hub” of the Bay Area, this entertainment city is alive with local restaurants, hip bars and one of the top art scenes in the country.