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New Phase Now Selling! New Single-Family Homes in Palm Bay. Located near the new St. Johns Heritage Parkway, just minutes from 192, I-95, Shopping, Dining and Entertainment. Lake Front Homesites Available.

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Jupiter Elementary

Public | K-5

1.4 mi.
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Central Middle School

Public | 6-8

5.4 mi.
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Heritage High School

Public | 9-12

1.6 mi.

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Palm Bay, FL

Find Your New Home in Palm Bay

D.R. Horton’s new homes in Palm Bay, FL include our signature dedication to the highest quality construction and an open-concept living philosophy. We offer innovative floor plans and energy efficient features so you can get a beautiful house that fits within your budget and has everything you need. Our experience dates back to 1978, so we have an advantage in using our many years of expertise to help you find your dream home that has everything you're looking for.

D.R. Horton earned the top spot on the Builder 100 list since 2002, and our dedication to building quality homes has earned us this distinction every year since.

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Our new Palm Bay homes for sale are great for any lifestyle. Our one and two-story homes range from:

  • Floor plans to fit every lifestyle
  • 2 to 5 bedrooms
  • 2 to 4 bathrooms
  • 2 or 3-car garages

Whether you’re retiring and looking to downsize, looking for your first home, or have a growing family that needs more space, D.R. Horton has the ideal home for you.

We focus on designing and delivering homes with a full range of energy efficient features, alluring design elements, and we offer a robust warranty to back it all up.

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With its abundance of outdoor activities, it is no wonder that Palm Bay is the most populous community in Brevard County, Florida. Some of the highlighted attractions Palm Bay that residents can enjoy include:  Stand up paddle boarding, bike riding, going on an eco-tour, playing a round (or two) of golf, hiking kayaking, kitesurfing, surfing, windsurfing, scuba diving and snorkeling.  Once you settle in the Eastern part of sunny Florida, it will be hard to imagine life elsewhere.

Come and experience this amazing part of East Florida from your own Palm Bay home. Contact a D.R. Horton representative today to get the homebuying process.