PanoramaFeel immediately at home in this delightful three bedroom two and-a-half bath plan. Be entranced by the curb appeal of a covered front porch and shuttered windows. Entertaining is simple with a conveniently designed kitchen, granite countertops, and pantry adjacent to the spacious great room. The main suite boasts a large walk-in closet and walk-in shower. Enjoy two additional bedrooms upstairs with walk-in closets and an adjoining loft for lounging, game nights or other gatherings. Call us today to claim your dream home.
LIFE IN CALIFORNIA’S HEARTLAND
Welcome to Central California! D.R Horton offers a variety of homes across the Central Valley with distinctive architectural styling and open-concept floor plans. You’ll find affordable, energy-efficient homes from our Express Homes brand, so you won’t have to sacrifice quality construction to live in your dream home. Discover why more people have bought new homes from America’s Builder than any other builder in the nation.
Whether you’re spending the day outdoors with your kids at Woodward Park, enjoying a romantic evening in Fresno’s Tower District, or discovering Merced’s unique, small-town culture, this gateway city has a variety of activities to meet your lifestyle needs.
SCHOOL DISTRICTSCentral Unified School District
Chowchilla Elementary School District Coalinga-Huron Unified School District
Lemoore Union Elementary School District Lemoore Union High School District
Los Banos Unified School District Madera Unified School District
Sanger Unified School District Tulare City School District
Tulare Joint Union High School District Visalia Unified School District
PARKS & RECREATION
Woodward Park: This 300-acre green space represents the only regional park in the Central Valley with a variety of accommodations including a multi-use amphitheater, Japanese Garden, dog park, children’s playgrounds, three ponds and five miles of hike and bike trails.
Sequioua Park: Located in Tulane County, this national park is home to the oldest and largest species of trees, including the General Sherman — a giant sequoia weighing in at 2.7 million pounds.
Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS): Serving as the main public transit in the Yosemite region serving nearly 100,000 riders annually in the Yosemite Valley from Merced, Mammoth Lakes, Sonora, and Fresno.
Fresno’s Tower District: This neighborhood brims with the vintage, Art Deco charm from its original 1930’s inception, while surprising patrons with its modern flair for live performances, restaurants, art galleries and entertainment venues.
ARTS & LIFESTYLE
Merced: Known as the “Gateway to Yosemite”, this unique city is filled with a wide-variety of attractions, historical sites, and dining opportunities all offering the friendly, local charm of a small town.