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Mesa Verde

Express SeriesSM|From $246,990

4900 Natalia Road, KILLEEN, TX 76549

3 - 4 bed| 2 bath | 2 garage

1 story | From 1,263 sq ft

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Monday - Saturday 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday 12:30 PM - 7:00 PM

254-935-2610

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About our community

Mesa Verde is located off of West Stan Schlueter Loop near the Family Recreation Center. Residents will enjoy easy access to the nearby The Family Recreation Center and Aquatics Center at Lions Club Park, the Tommie Harris Fitness Center, and the Stonetree Golf Course.

D.R. Horton has been designing and building quality homes since 1978 and we are happy to offer new homes in the Killeen area.

Schools

Haynes Elementary School
Public | PK-5 1.5 mi.

Roy J Smith Middle School
Public | 6-8 1.1 mi.

Ellison High School
Public | 9-12 1.7 mi.


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Monday - Saturday 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday 12:30 PM - 7:00 PM

254-935-2610

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Area Information

North Central Texas

New Homes in Central Texas

Welcome to the Texas heartland! In Central Texas, D.R. Horton offers homes for every stage of life. Whether it’s your first home or your forever home, you will find the home of your dreams in some of the best locations in Central Texas. Our homes provide energy-efficient features, open-concept floor plans, and thoughtfully designed interior and exterior features. D.R. Horton has been designing and building quality homes since 1978. We are proud to continue providing the American dream of home ownership in the breathtaking landscapes of Central Texas and the surrounding areas. 

 

Discover Central Texas

­­We’re excited for you to explore our D.R. Horton communities nestled in quaint Hill Country towns rich in history and natural beauty, with diverse cultural experiences only found in the Heart of Texas. From Historic Georgetown, which lies along the San Gabriel River, and continuing North on I-35 through Salado and Belton, to Historic Waco and every town in between. Away from the hustle and bustle of larger cities but close enough to commute or experience a night in the Big City lights. Whether it’s moving deeper into the Hill Country in Burnet or the open air and big skies east of I-35, we have a home for you.

 

If you enjoy the outdoors, Lake Belton, Stillhouse Hollow Lake, and the Leon and San Gabriel Rivers are just a few places to start your outdoor adventure. Live Music abounds at festivals and venues all over the Hill Country, along with some of the best food in Texas, from our famous Texas Bar-B-Q to German, Mexican, American, and anything in between. If shopping is your passion, the options are endless in Central Texas. Unique experiences like Georgetown Square, Main Street in Salado, and Spice Village in Waco boast countless boutiques for shopping.

 

Education holds high importance here, and the energy of being surrounded by Education and those pursuing it is electric. You’ll find some of the most prestigious Universities in Central Texas, including the oldest Chartered University in Texas, Southwestern University, the prestigious Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas A&M Central Texas in Killeen, and Baylor University in Waco. One of the top 15 teaching hospitals in the US, Baylor Scott & White Medical Center, is also located near several of our communities in Temple.

 

If you are part of our proud Military or a civilian who works in a supporting role of the US Army, we have communities around Fort Cavazos, the third largest military base in the world. With short commutes to Fort Cavazos, the ideal locations to live while stationed here include Killeen, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, and Nolanville.

 

Regardless of where you settle down, the communities encompassing the Central Texas area offer something for everyone. Call us today for more information about our communities. We are excited to help you find the perfect place to call home!

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