Recognized as the largest homebuilder in the nation by volume, D.R. Horton demonstrates its leadership through design innovation, superior craftsmanship and responsiveness to the needs of every customer. Established more than 35 years ago on the vision of its founder, Donald R. Horton, the homebuilder creates livable and affordable new homes built with unmatched efficiencies and uncompromising quality.
STILLWATER AT RIVERSTONE
1,700 SQ. FT. – 3,200 SQ. FT. | UP TO 4 BEDROOMS | 3.5 BATHS
Featuring innovative, open floorplans that allow for flexibility and creative expression, these single-family homes are truly in line with the way people live.
Offering 1,705 square feet of living space, the 3-bed, 2-bath Asher is a beautiful single-story split plan with an optional owner’s retreat.
A 3 to 4-bed, 2.5-bath, two-story plan offering 2,042 square feet, Crestwood features a spacious open loft for
The two-story, 3 to 4-bed, 2.5 to 3.5-bath Lilac design offers an oversized great room with high ceilings as well as a 3-car
This two-story design offers 2,640 square feet with 4 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths, and a kitchen ideal for entertaining that also boasts
The two-story Sterling, a 4-bed, 2.5-bath plan offering 2,869 square feet, features a unique side courtyard that beautifully brings the outdoors in.
THE SUMMIT AT RIVERSTONE
1,700 SQ. FT. – 3,200 SQ. FT. | UP TO 5 BEDROOMS | 3.5 BATHS
Blending a sense of sophistication, thoughtful design details and flexible multi-generational living options, The Summit at Riverstone holds the promise of a truly rewarding way of life. Since it’s always nice to have plenty of options, homebuyers will have the opportunity to choose from more than 25 variations of the collection’s three exterior styles.
Offering 2,485 square feet of living space, the Delancy plan is expandable to 2,706 square feet with a 4-bed, 3-bath option and a guest suite in lieu of the tandem
Nuts of Notoriety
Historic S&J Ranch—the farming venture that owned Riverstone’s lands in the 1950s—cultivated figs, oranges, pistachios and olives. Today, the enterprising orchardists are credited with developing the pistachio industry in Madera.