15 ways to reimag­ine home with Te­soro Viejo

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Real Estate -

Home is de­fined sim­ply as a place where one lives per­ma­nently. At Te­soro Viejo, home means so much more than that. Lo­cated off High­way 41 in south­east­ern Madera County and 10 min­utes north of River Park, the award-win­ning mas­ter­planned com­mu­nity is re-imag­in­ing what home is.

“We care­fully planned Te­soro Viejo with the very best ameni­ties and ser­vices in mind,” said Brent McCaf­frey, pres­i­dent of Te­soro Viejo De­vel­op­ment. “For us, it’s more than a res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ment, it’s about build­ing com­mu­nity.”

This fall, Te­soro Viejo will cel­e­brate its grand open­ing – from a beau­ti­ful scenic land­scape with pre­served nat­u­ral open spa­ces and re­sort-style ameni­ties to com­mu­nity ac­tiv­i­ties in the Town Cen­ter, Te­soro Viejo is reimag­ing home in 15 spe­cific ways.

1: A TOWN CEN­TER WHERE COM­MU­NITY COMES TO­GETHER

The Town Cen­ter will be the home to restau­rants, han­gout spots, a Madera County Fire Sta­tion, and Madera County Sher­iff sub­sta­tion. The Town Cen­ter is at the core of Te­soro Viejo and in­cludes “The Hub,” an in­no­va­tive Welcome Cen­ter with a neigh­bor­hood cof­fee bar and eatery plus multi-use of­fices.

2: HILL­SIDE VIL­LAGE DE­LIV­ERS UNIQUE HOME DE­SIGNS AND AMENI­TIES

Hill­side Vil­lage, the first of nine vil­lages at Te­soro Viejo, will of­fer up di­verse hous­ing op­tions to fit a wide range of life­styles and needs, and will fea­ture a re­sort-style club­house, an am­phithe­ater, and neigh­bor­hood parks and scenic trails.

3: IN­NO­VA­TIVE TK-8 SCHOOL IN THE HEART OF THE COM­MU­NITY

De­signed as a true neigh­bor­hood school, Chawana­kee Uni­fied School District’s Hill­side School will fea­ture a sci­ence, tech­nol­ogy, engi­neer­ing and math (STEM) cur­ricu­lum, as well as a col­lege and ca­reer ex­plo­ration pro­gram that gives stu­dents an op­por­tu­nity to learn about ca­reers in the med­i­cal field and biotech­nolo­gies. Planned to open for the 2018-19 school year, the school fea­tures state-ofthe-art fa­cil­i­ties, in­clud­ing a li­brary/ me­dia cen­ter, mu­sic room, out­door learn­ing spa­ces, and ath­letic fa­cil­i­ties with gym­na­sium.

4: OP­POR­TU­NI­TIES TO IN­TER­ACT WITH THE NAT­U­RAL BEAUTY OF THE LAND

The 1,600 acre-site of rolling hills and vis­tas has been de­signed to cap­ture the scenic sur­round­ings and nat­u­ral beauty of the land. The com­mu­nity was de­signed to “lie lightly on the land,” in­cor­po­rat­ing the nat­u­ral land­scape and max­i­miz­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for res­i­dents and visi­tors to in­ter­act with the nat­u­ral beauty.

5: RE­SORT-STYLE CLUB­HOUSE

De­signed with a con­tem­po­rary rus­tic flair, the Ranch House – a re­sort-style club­house – fea­tures pools, splash pad and ca­banas, BBQ Pav­il­ion with event lawn, out­door liv­ing room with fire­place, and sur­round­ing moun­tain views.

6: AM­PHITHE­ATER FOR FUN-FILLED COM­MU­NITY EVENTS

Grab your friends and head to a “back­yard” con­cert like noth­ing you’ve seen be­fore. The Hill­side Vil­lage out­door am­phithe­ater is the place to be for fun-filled com­mu­nity hap­pen­ings.

7: WALK­ING AND BIK­ING TRAILS PRO­MOTES HEATHY LIFE­STYLE

De­signed as a walk­a­ble com­mu­nity, the ex­ten­sive trail sys­tem al­lows for res­i­dents to en­joy a healthy life­style. The di­verse scenic trail sys­tem will pro­vide miles of walk­ing, run­ning, and bik­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties.

8: EN­JOY­MENT OF THE SAN JOAQUIN RIVER

The San Joaquin River is one of our re­gion’s most cov­eted nat­u­ral re­sources. Te­soro Viejo res­i­dents will have ac­cess to the river with a trail sys­tem con­nect­ing the com­mu­nity to the river, al­low­ing for res­i­dents to en­joy recre­ational ac­tiv­i­ties.

9: UN­PRECE­DENTED OPEN SPACE

Te­soro Viejo boasts ap­prox­i­mately 400 acres – 25 per­cent of the plan – of open space, in­clud­ing pre­served nat­u­ral land­scapes such as cor­ri­dors of ri­par­ian habi­tat and ar­royos to help pro­tect our wildlife and flora, neigh­bor­hood parks, recre­ational ar­eas and miles of trails al­low­ing peo­ple to con­nect to the great out­doors. With hun­dreds of acres of open space, out­door liv­ing ex­pe­ri­ence ex­tends be­yond the back­yard.

10: NEIGH­BOR­HOOD PARKS THOUGHT­FULLY PLANNED THROUGH­OUT THE COM­MU­NITY

In­cluded in the 400 acres of open space, neigh­bor­hood parks are planned through­out Te­soro Viejo, pro­vid­ing res­i­dents an op­por­tu­nity to en­joy out­door space. From dog parks, play­grounds, and grassy ar­eas to an event barn, out­door stone fire­place, and BBQ pavil­ions; the neigh­bor­hoods parks pro­vide res­i­dents end­less op­por­tu­ni­ties for out­door en­joy­ment.

11: COF­FEE BAR AND EATERY SET A NEW STAN­DARD

Set­ting a new stan­dard, a neigh­bor­hood cof­fee bar and eatery will be the place to go for Te­soro Viejo res­i­dents and visi­tors. Lo­cated in “The Hub” at the Town Cen­ter, the neigh­bor­hood cof­fee bar and eatery will de­liver local fla­vor.

12: LOCAL FLA­VOR EVENTS

Te­soro Viejo will host com­mu­nity hap­pen­ings at the event lawn, de­liv­er­ing an ex­cep­tional out­door at­mos­phere for com­mu­nity en­ter­tain­ment and ac­tiv­i­ties. Lo­cated in the mid­dle of the Town Cen­ter, the event lawn will house farmer’s mar­kets and com­mu­nity fes­ti­vals that cel­e­brate the agri­cul­tural roots of the re­gion, as well as honor local busi­nesses.

13: SUS­TAIN­ABLY PLANNED COM­MU­NITY

Te­soro Viejo has been rec­og­nized for its in­no­va­tive design and sus­tain­able liv­ing. From re­claimed wa­ter and an on-site tree nurs­ery to elec­tric recharge sta­tions and a design that pro­motes walk­a­bil­ity, Te­soro Viejo’s sus­tain­abil­ity is at the core of its design.

14: “LUCKY NUM­BER 7” MADERA COUNTY FIRE STA­TION TO SERVE RES­I­DENTS FROM DAY ONE

The Madera County Fire Sta­tion – Lucky Num­ber 7 – will serve the res­i­dents of Te­soro Viejo, as well as south­east­ern Madera County. Lo­cated in the heart of Town Cen­ter, the fire sta­tion fea­tures two ap­pa­ra­tus bays and three dorm bed­rooms to house one fire com­pany. It will be staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with fire­fight­ers trained for emer­gency med­i­cal as­sis­tance.

15: MADERA COUNTY SHER­IFF

The much-an­tic­i­pated Te­soro Viejo com­mu­nity will cel­e­brate its grand open­ing this fall. Lo­cated 10 min­utes north of River Park, the mas­ter planned com­mu­nity de­liv­ers an un­prece­dented place to live, work, and play.

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