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Cheyenne Estates at Brown's ValleyEmerald

6054 Peacock Court, Vacaville, CA 95687

From $929,990 | 4,205 - 4,205 sq ft


Cheyenne Estates at Brown's Valley

Situated in the scenic Brown’s Valley area in Vacaville, Cheyenne Estates offers six executive home designs, capturing the pioneering spirit of the past; yet, offers an updated country lifestyle with all of today’s new home comforts and amenities.  The impressive one story, livable floor plans and dramatic elevations set in an idyllic setting offer a fresh and natural wholesome environment. Homes from 4,000 to 4,575 square feet, offer grand opportunities for buyer selected upgrades and superior-sized lots make Cheyenne Estates a unique addition to the very popular Cheyenne community.

Homes Sold by Appointment Only! Please Call Diane Edwards at (925) 448-7393

Community Information

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Contact Info
Diane Edwards
Sales Representative
CA DRE Lic. #01055227
(925) 448-7393
Richard Chappell
Online Sales Consultant
CA DRE Lic. #01751804
(877) 995-7452

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Nearby Communities (2)

Cheyenne at Brown's Valley

Homes from the $659s
2,733 - 3,889 sq. ft.


Ashton Park at Southtown

Homes from the $450s
1,697 - 2,217 sq. ft.

Amenities: Walking - Nature Trails, Park

Area Information



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