Homebuilder De Young Properties broke ground on a new community in Madera County’s Tesoro Viejo development. Photo contributed
Written by The Business Journal Staff
Homebuilder De Young Properties broke ground on a new community in Madera County’s Tesoro Viejo development. And while the first phase has already sold out, the homebuilder is taking names for the second phase.
The Verano neighborhood will bring a total of 81 homes to the insular community in the Madera Ranchos, according to a press release from the company. Architects designed homes specifically for the neighborhood they are calling the Discover Series with single and two-story designs ranging from 1,515 square feet to 2,313 square feet.
Phase one of the Verano neighborhood sold 60% within the first four hours of the pre-grand opening. Phase one only has two available home sites left.
Phase two will have 11 home sites.
Near the San Joaquin River, Tesoro Viejo sits on 1,600 acres, according to the community’s website. The community also has its own school district with designated zoning for commercial space including office and retail.