Oaks by Mc­Caf­frey Homes of­fers scenic view lots at Te­soro Viejo

The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - Real Estate -

Since its grand open­ing, the Oaks col­lec­tion by Mc­Caf­frey Homes has set a new stan­dard in so­phis­ti­cated liv­ing. Lo­cated in the Hill­side Vil­lage of Te­soro Viejo —

Madera County’s new­est master-planned com­mu­nity — the all-new col­lec­tion of homes sets the bar high with its bold ar­chi­tec­ture el­e­gantly set against a breathtaki­ng site that of­fers re­sort-style ameni­ties.

Lo­cated just min­utes north from North Fresno’s most de­sir­able din­ing and shop­ping, such as River Park, Vil­lag­gio, and River View shop­ping cen­ters; the Oaks col­lec­tion is now of­fer­ing scenic view lots with sweep­ing views of the Sierra Ne­vadas, rolling hills, and vis­tas. The new neigh­bor­hood also has avail­able lots with ex­tra deep back­yards of over 30


“The nat­u­ral beauty of this com­mu­nity is a huge in­spi­ra­tion for the Oaks col­lec­tion,” said Ash Knowl­ton, president of con­struc­tion for Mc­Caf­frey Homes. “We are thrilled to of­fer home­buy­ers these lots with views of the slop­ing hill­sides and the dra­matic Sierra foothills.”

The Oaks col­lec­tion of­fer spa­cious sin­gle- and two-story de­signs rang­ing from 2,278 to 3,741 ap­prox­i­mate square feet with up to five be­d­rooms and 31⁄2 be­d­rooms, in­clud­ing a split three-car garage. The orig­i­nal and unique de­signs range from Con­tem­po­rary Rus­tic, a fresh take on Farm­house, and Santa Bar­bara ar­chi­tec­tural styles. Plus there are op­por­tu­ni­ties for a multi-gen suite, su­per owner’s closet, wine room, re­treat for the master suite, spa-like su­per owner’s shower, and a bonus room span­ning over 700 square feet.

The col­lec­tion was de­signed to ac­com­mo­date the en­ter­tain­ing life­style with large kitchen is­lands, Bosch ap­pli­ances, tile plank floors, gran­ite coun­ters with full de­signer tile back­splash, bev­er­age re­frig­er­a­tors, and an op­tional wine stor­age. The pop­u­lar Cal­i­for­nia Room ex­tends the liv­ing area for en­ter­tain­ing out­doors. The lux­u­ri­ous master baths in­clude raised-height van­ity, oversized tile shower, oval soaking tub with gran­ite deck and tile sur­rounds, tile plank floors and un­der­mount sinks with Kohler plumb­ing fix­ture and accessorie­s.

Stor­age and or­ga­ni­za­tion are key el­e­ments of the Oaks col­lec­tion, with large pantries, and cus­tomiz­able laun­dry rooms. The built-in penin­sula cab­i­net in the Master walk-in closet pro­vides for added stor­age and con­ve­nience.

The Oaks neigh­bor­hood is part of Te­soro Viejo’s in­au­gu­ral res­i­den­tial vil­lage named, Hill­side Vil­lage, of­fer­ing the Ranch House, a re­sort-style club­house and recre­ation cen­ter, open­ing this Oc­to­ber, fea­tur­ing a free form swim­ming pool with lap lanes, pool-side ca­banas, a sep­a­rate kid’s swim­ming pool and splash pad. Fam­i­lies will en­joy the lush neigh­bor­hood parks with shaded play ar­eas, built-in bar­be­cues, event barn and the brand-new Hill­side El­e­men­tary School with tran­si­tional kinder­garten through eighth grades. Plus the ex­ten­sive walk­ing and bik­ing trail sys­tem with scenic out­looks and pre­served nat­u­ral open spa­ces.

Nes­tled at the foot of Lit­tle Ta­ble Moun­tain, Te­soro Viejo is an award-win­ning, 1,600-acre master-planned com­mu­nity lo­cated in south­east­ern Madera County. The com­mu­nity will be a vi­brant hub with a walk­a­ble town cen­ter, a Madera County fire sta­tion, Madera County Sher­iff sub­sta­tion, schools, re­sort-style com­mu­nity club­house and about 400 acres of per­ma­nently pre­served nat­u­ral open space, parks, recre­ational ar­eas and miles of trails.

Te­soro Viejo was de­signed to be the heart of eco­nomic growth for Madera County with 3 mil­lion square feet of non­res­i­den­tial op­por­tu­ni­ties for com­mer­cial, re­tail, pro­fes­sional of­fice and light in­dus­trial. Rec­og­nized for its in­no­va­tive de­sign and sustainabl­e liv­ing, the com­mu­nity is ap­proved for up to 5,190 homes in nine res­i­den­tial vil­lages.

Priced in the mid-$400,000 range, the Oaks col­lec­tion is lo­cated east of High­way 41, just min­utes north of River Park. The mod­els are now open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon­day through Satur­day and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun­day.

At the in­no­va­tive wel­come cen­ter, The Hub, vis­i­tors can view cut­ting-edge im­agery of Hill­side Vil­lage and its ameni­ties. The state-of-the-art wel­come cen­ter is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon­day through Satur­day and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sun­day.

Mc­Caf­frey Homes is a lo­cal home­builder ded­i­cated to build­ing homes that last a lifetime while meet­ing the needs of home­buy­ers at every stage of life. With three gen­er­a­tions of ex­pe­ri­ence, the Mc­Caf­frey team has built more than 10,000 homes and been hon­ored na­tion­ally and lo­cally for the qual­ity of its con­struc­tion and ser­vice.

The Oaks col­lec­tion at Te­soro Viejo by Mc­Caf­frey Homes is now of­fer­ing scenic view lots with sweep­ing views of the Sierra Ne­vada, rolling hills, and vis­tas. For in­for­ma­tion, visit the Oaks model cen­ter, lo­cated east of High­way 41, just min­utes north of River Park.

Mc­Caf­frey Homes’ Oaks at Te­soro Viejo com­mu­nity in Madera County fea­tures three all-new home de­signs start­ing in the mid-$400,000 range and rang­ing from 2,278 to 3,741 square feet with up to five be­d­rooms, 31⁄2 baths and three-car garages. The Oaks neigh­bor­hood is just east of High­way 41, only min­utes north of River Park.

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