Desert Color Tradition Series

1,583 - 2,816



Desert Color

You won’t find a more beautiful backdrop for resort-style living in Southern Utah than Desert Color.

Conveniently located just south of St. George proper, this master-planned, golf-cart approved community is unlike any other. Offering residential, retail and recreation in one convenient place, there is quite literally something for everyone. Relax and rejuvenate at nearby Shores Resort amenity center or connect with the natural desert beauty and active lifestyle of Southern Utah through various hiking and biking trails. This is an opportunity you will not want to miss! Lots are limited, so schedule an in-person or virtual tour today. PLEASE NOTE: Additional hours are available by appointment.

Why Desert Color:

Why St. George:

D.R. Horton is an Equal Housing Opportunity Builder. Home and community information, including pricing, included features, terms, availability and amenities, are subject to change at any time without notice or obligation.

Community Information

  • Club House
  • Park
  • Pool
  • Walking - Nature Trails
  • Pickleball Court
  • 2.5 acre Lagoon

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Desert Canyon Elementary School

Public | K-5

4.6 mi.
School Name Distance

Desert Hills High School

Public | 10-12

3.5 mi.

Nearby Communities (1)

Long Valley

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1,315 - 2,646 sq. ft.

Amenities: Active Adult, Park, Bocce, Pool, Playground, Walking - Nature Trails

Area Information

Find Your New Home in St George, UT

Red Rocks and A Painted Desert
For hundreds of years, the Anasazi and Paiute tribes called the St. George area home, growing crops along the riverbeds and leaving behind a rich collection of rock art, petroglyphs, and dwellings. Western pioneers eventually settled the area in the mid-1850s, and the city became the county seat of Washington County in 1863. Today, St. George is the eighth-largest city in the state. Its stunning red-rock beauty painted deserts, and magnificent canyons attract many visitors as well as those seeking a scenic place to call home.

With its mild climate, expansive landscape, the active arts community, and multitude of recreation and sporting activities, St. George never lacks things to do. Events like the St. George Art Festival in the spring and the St. George Marathon in the fall attract thousands of participants annually. Nearby Sand Hollow and Snow Canyon recreation areas offer year-round boating, fishing, hiking, on-road and off-road biking, four-wheeling, and more. Tuacahn Amphitheatre and Center for the Arts provide a breathtaking red rock backdrop for concerts, Broadway-caliber theatrical productions, and a seasonal Saturday market. A short drive takes you to the gates of world-famous Zion’s National Park for a day trip or overnight camping among stunning views and natural features such as deep canyons, sparkling pools and waterfalls, and a hanging garden. Scores of other recreation and lifestyle opportunities – including golfing, dining, shopping, and more – fill every part of this growing desert city. The nearby St. George regional airport supports convenient travel to a growing number of direct destinations.

Your New D.R. Horton home in St. George
Discover new homes for sale in Southern Utah that fit your lifestyle. D.R. Horton builds homes with a variety of floor plans along the Wasatch Front in Northern Utah and in a growing number of communities in Southern Utah. Each home is designed to make your life more enjoyable and convenient with modern amenities and the latest energy-efficient appliances.