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Hickey's Creekside

Emerald Homes is now selling in Hickey’s Creekside. Located in the peaceful town of Alva off Palm Beach Boulevard, Hickey’s Creekside features expansive estate-sized homesites averaging over one acre. Homes offer approximately 2,197 to 3,148 square feet of living space and feature highly-sought after open-concept design. Homebuyers in Hickey’s Creekside have access to a private community boat ramp into Hickey Creek that is approximately a third of a mile from the serene Caloosahatchee River. With only 22 Emerald Homesites available, opportunities to own a brand-new home in Hickey’s Creekside are limited.

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Southwest Florida

New Homes in Southwest Florida by D.R. Horton

D.R. Horton is America’s #1 home builder. We have been meeting the needs of homeowners like you since 1978. There are many opportunities in this region of Florida, and we make it easy to find a great home in a beautiful community here.

Settling in Southwest Florida

The Southwest Florida region runs south of Tampa Bay and north of the Everglades along the west coast, and it offers a lot of great options for new residents. The wonderful, sunny weather has made it a favorite destination for seasonal visitors, but the many employment opportunities, warm sun, beautiful sea, and recreational activities make it a great year-round home.

The Right Home at the Right Price 

We are building Southwest Florida homes that range from 2-bedroom, 2-bath floor plans to much larger 5-bedroom designs so you can enjoy more space. Whether you’re looking for homes close to the conveniences of a city like Cape Coral, or you would prefer something in a smaller community, we can help you find unique floor plans in great locations that make you feel right at home. Take a look at some of these communities to find the home that fits your style and your budget.