published on March 24, 2016 - 8:11 PM
Written by The Business Journal Staff
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San Joaquin Valley Homes will celebrate the grand opening of Sedona at Palo Verde, the Visalia-based company’s newest development in east Tulare.


The grand opening will take place on April 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will include refreshments, giveaways and tours of three different model homes.

Starting from the low $200,000s, the new homes at Sedona include popular amenities and have been designed to fit a variety of lifestyles and family sizes.

Floor plans range from 1,574 to 2,314 square feet, include 3-4 bedrooms and 2-2.5 baths and most offer a choice of room options to fit individual needs.

“Sedona presents people living in, or moving to the San Joaquin Valley the perfect opportunity to secure a home early in what will become one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Tulare at an attractive price,” said Joe Leal, who co-founded San Joaquin Valley Homes three years ago with long-time development partners Jim Robinson and Randy Merrill.

Sedona features classic architectural styles such as Craftsman, Mediterranean and Tuscan on lots of up to 9,400 square feet. Leal said buyers at Sedona can choose their homesite and floorplan, and are also able to personalize the exterior and interior design of their home by choosing from an assortment of colors and styles.

Sedona is the first neighborhood to open within the master-planned community of Palo Verde. Once complete, the Palo Verde master plan is scheduled to include larger homes, a gated community and a new elementary school.

The new development is located at the northeast corner of N. Mooney Blvd and Seminole Ave. and is adjacent to the Santa Fe Trail, a five-mile path through Tulare with trees and landscaping, separate biking and equestrian components, trail lighting in the central business area, and multiple rest stops, featuring benches and drinking fountains.


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