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The Preserve at Paradise Cove

Welcome to The Preserve at Paradise Cove, one of D.R. Horton's newest communities in Santa Rosa Beach! Located just east of Hwy 395 and north of US Hwy 98 this community is only a few minutes away from Emerald Coast Middle School. The Preserve at Paradise Cove sits just outside of the beautiful Point Washington State Park and is only a short drive from the pristine beaches off of 30A or Choctawhatchee Bay.

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School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Dune Lakes Elementary School

Public | K - 5

2.7 mi.
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Emerald Coast Middle School

Public | 6-8

0.3 mi.
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South Walton High School

Public | 9-12

3.9 mi.

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Santa Rosa Beach, FL

New Homes in Santa Rosa Beach by D.R. Horton

At D.R. Horton we can help you find wonderful new homes and communities in Santa Rosa Beach, a beautiful beachside community located along the Gulf of Mexico on Florida’s panhandle. It is one of the most popular areas for home buyers looking to settle in the "Sunshine State" and is consistently rated as one of the best beach destinations in the country.  

D.R. Horton homes in Santa Rosa Beach

We have been delivering quality homes since 1978. We specialize in creating unique floor plans with energy efficient features, with you in mind. Our homes for sale in Santa Rosa Beach range from 3 to 5 bedrooms with up to 3.5 baths. Whether you are looking for a small starter home or a larger design for a growing family, we can help you find the right place.

Getting to know the area

Santa Rosa Beach is a known haven for artists and musicians, along with anyone who loves a beautiful day at the beach. There are beautiful locations like Gulf Place, great for shopping or dining in sight of the surf. 

With beautiful emerald waters as your backdrop, Santa Rosa Beach offers residents a range of outdoor fun, including parades, yolo boarding, festivals and concerts. There are many places for hiking and biking, and Topsail Hill Preserve Park has three miles of secluded white-sand beaches featuring dunes over 25 feet high. 

Whether you like to spend the day enjoying the sun or playing in the water, there’s something here for you. Contact us today to find the perfect Santa Rosa Beach home.