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Four Seasons Townhomes

D.R. Horton is offering in-person or virtual tours. We are open for business by appointment only. We can also live stream a model home video tour. Whatever option you choose, we'll help with your new home decision. Start your shopping online, then contact us to schedule your personal appointment.

Welcome to Four Seasons Townhomes in Vancouver, Washington! With multiple floor plans to consider, all homes include a total of three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and your choice of a single or two-car garage. This community also guarantees you a 10-year limited warranty as well as the “Smart Home” package. Every kitchen comes complete with stainless steel appliances including a dual compartment sink, free-standing electric range oven, dishwasher, and microwave with hood. Naturally, every home includes a spacious Bedroom 1 complete with bathroom and spacious walk-in closet. Some floor plans even offer the addition of a tech niche, already pre-wired and ready to go! Photos are representative of plan only and may vary as built.

Four Seasons is nestled in proximity to not only the I-205, but WA-14, WA-500, and Old Evergreen Highway as well. You are in the perfect location to commute. Take a scenic drive along the Columbia River towards Downtown Vancouver, where the seasonal farmer’s market offers live music, fresh goods, and an air of delight. Options abound with Vancouver’s recently finished waterfront shopping center, featuring many local restaurants both upscale and casual. Local breweries and coffee shops sprinkled throughout the town add variety, while time-tested historic sites such as Kiggins Theater still thrive. Your future home sits within boundary lines of the Evergreen School District and provides an abundance of recreational family activities to choose from. Between your new home and downtown also lies the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, where you can dive into the life of the pioneers and sit in on blacksmithing demonstrations of tours of 19th century life. Surrounding the site itself is the hidden gem of Vancouver, Officer’s Row. This neatly preserved Victorian neighborhood borders Fort Vancouver and Pearson Air Museum, providing a full day of history and fun for all ages. Your new home is ready with open arms. For any questions or to schedule a tour, contact a sales agent today!

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School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Fircrest Elementary

Public | K-5

0.8 mi.
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Cascade Middle School

Public | 6-8

1.3 mi.
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Evergreen High School

Public | 9-12

1.4 mi.

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Vancouver, WA

Choose D.R. Horton New Homes in Vancouver

Vancouver is located in southwest Washington along the Columbia River, just north of Portland, Oregon. Interstate 5 provides direct access to downtown Portland. Vancouver enjoys the benefit of no income taxes, as well as no sales tax when travelling to nearby Oregon. The area is also well known for its large Fourth of July fireworks display and the Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival.

Contact us today to learn about all of your options of new homes in Clark County WA.