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Acero Freedom

Plan 1970 Floor Plan, Single Family

From$431,990Estimate Payment

  • 1,970 sq ft
  • 1 Story
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2 Car


Acero by Freedom Homes, a D.R. Horton company, is located in city of Manteca. There are four thoughtfully designed single-story open floor plans allowing easy accessibility throughout.  These plans start from approximately 1,845 square feet to 2,376 square feet offering 3 bedrooms, 2-3 bathrooms, and 2-car garage homes.  As a resident, you create the lifestyle you want to live. Our vast array of life-enriching designs will provide livability now and for the future. Acero offers wide variety of low maintenance options offered at an exceptional value.  Homeowners will enjoy the close proximity to nearby entertainment, recreation, hospitals, and shopping, with easy accessibility to Interstate 5, Interstate 80 and Highway 120.  A 45 minute drive to the Bay Area and a 90 minute drive to Sacramento makes Acero attractive to commuters, telecommuters, families, and retirees.

Community Information

Contact Info
Leonor Ayon
CA DRE Lic. #01268930
(925) 278-3208
Cindy Huselid
Online Sales Counselor
(510) 340-1131

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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.

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