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Welcome to D.R. Horton’s Oak Ridge, offering affordable townhomes in sought-after Tinley Park, IL. This charming, historic town evokes a family atmosphere with countless options for shopping, dining and entertainment. Oak Ridge is situated in an ideal location with access to I-80, I-55, I-355, I-294 and the Metra train.
Tinley Park, IL
Welcome to Your New D.R. Horton Home in Tinley Park
Find beautiful new homes in Tinley Park, IL and discover how D.R. Horton’s uncompromising dedication to quality and unique designs can create a living experience unlike any other. D.R. Horton will help you every step of the way while you make this beautiful house your home.
Beautiful-Brand New Homes
We offer affordable options in a variety of floorplans designed to suit your lifestyle, such as floorplans with 2-4 bedrooms, an open layout that is great for entertainment, and a variety of stunning exterior elevations. Discover all the luxuries you’re looking for including gourmet kitchens with large islands and pantries, gorgeous large windows, and scenic homesites alongside much more.
We also back up each of our new homes in Tinley Park, IL with an unmatched-robust warranty, so look and find a dream home that awaits you here.
What Tinley Park Has to Offer
Tinley Park is one of the fastest growing southwestern suburbs that provides easy access to Chicago from I-57 or I-355/I-55. The historic downtown area is the place to be for live music, dining out and shopping. The Hollywood Casino Amphitheater is a premier spot to see a concert.
For those who love spending time outdoors, there are lovely nature trails for walking, jogging, and biking, and equestrian trails at Forest View Farms. Start your journey to finding your dream home today. Contact us and let us help you discover why D.R. Horton is #1 in the home building industry.
Tinley Park was founded in 1930, by German immigrants, and was originally named Bremen. Bremen was a hub for tradesmen, farmers, and wind-driven mills, due to its ideal location near routes to Chicago, Pacific Rail lines. Samuel Tinley was the first railroad agent, and the town officially took the name Tinley Park Village in his name.
Tinley Park maintains a designated historical district in attempt to preserve and restore homes to their original classic designs and appearance.