Greenwich at ParklaneBy Appointment Only. Conveniently located in Dixon, Greenwich at Parklane is a new community of single-family homes by D.R. Horton that features three unique floor plans ranging from approximately 1,944-2,348 sq. ft., 3-4 bedrooms, 2.5-3 baths and 2-car garages. These homes offer 4 stylish exterior designs including Spanish, Italian Country, Craftsman and Farmhouse. Homeowners will enjoy a small-town feel with close proximity to a variety of amenities and resources such as the Dixon Fairground, Hall Memorial Park, Travis Air Force Base, UC Davis and multiple medical facilities. Dixon High School is also close by as well as shopping, entertainment and recreational opportunities. Located right off Interstate 80, this exceptional new community is within commuting distance of both Sacramento and Contra Costa County in the Bay Area.
School Districts Near Home
Anderson Elementary School
Public | TK-6
C.A. Jacobs Middle School
Public | 7-8
Dixon High School
Public | 9-12
LIFE IN THE STATE CAPITAL
Welcome to Northern California! D.R. Horton in the Sacramento area builds homes in a variety of delightful styles, from farmhouse and craftsman to Spanish and Tuscan. We can help you find the affordable home that is just right for you. Whether you’re looking for new schools, a low-maintenance lifestyle or an easy commute to downtown, you’ll find the home that fits your stage in life.
Whether you’re spending the day outdoors with your kids at William Land Regional Park, enjoying a romantic evening in downtown’s Kay District, or reliving the California Gold Rush at the Old Sacramento Historic District— this capital city in our West Region has a variety of activities to meet your lifestyle needs.
PARKS & RECREATION
William Land Regional Park: This more than 166-acre green space offers plenty of family-friendly activities from jogging paths to a golf course and even serves as the location for the world-recognized Sacramento Zoo.
Man-Made Forests and Caves: Sacramento is not only second to Paris, France, in number of trees per capita in the world, but also features a catacombs-type extensive network of tunnels beneath the city's foundations.
Sacramento Regional Transit District (RT): Serving the greater area of Sacramento County, this public transit service covers 418 square miles daily with its fleet of 216 buses, and is a national leader for its light rail systems’ traction, serving an average of 48,400 riders daily.
The Kay District: This eclectic entertainment district draws its energy from a diverse mix of hotels, restaurants, nightlife, and entertainment venues with a unique backdrop of historical landmarks.
ARTS & LIFESTYLE
Old Sacramento Historic Area: This 28-acre National Historic Landmark District and State Historic Park is located along the Sacramento River and is alive with shopping, dining, entertainment and historical attractions set within the time of California Gold Rush and the Transcontinental Railroad.