With each home sitting on an impressive one-acre lot, there’s plenty of room to embrace the outdoors at Horse Creek. This exquisite neighborhood of estate homes is joined by the natural beauty of an excess of green space, right on the banks of the Orange River.
From the kayak and canoe launch at the 12-acre park to the play area and nature trails, there’s much to do and explore within the community. In addition, the private lots offer a comfortable space to construct summer kitchens, a swimming pool or a lanai. There’s also the option of a double lot, yielding even more privacy to residents.
In addition, the neighborhood is one of just a select few gated communities in the area allowing residents to construct large detached garages. This provides extra space for storage of large items such as motor homes, cars and boats, while others use the space for workshops or extra room for visitors.
Unlike some of the more rural areas that allow for this type of construction, communities such as Horse Creek maintain deed restrictions and other standards of a shared community. Quarterly HOA dues help maintain the preserves, lakes, park and common areas.
Despite the implication, Horse Creek does not include stables or allow horses. Nevertheless residents will find a number of fantastic nearby stables, such as Hunters Sound and Parliament Farms.
Priced from the low $400,000s to some priced in excess of $800,000, Daniel Wayne Homes exclusively provides more than a dozen standard floor plans in the neighborhood, as well as the option of custom designs. Already more than 60 homes have been built, with room for a total of 113 single-family homes within the 220-acre community of Horse Creek. Nearly half of that acreage is dedicated to lakes and oak hammocks, with miles upon miles of trails winding hikers and joggers through the preserve.
Here is a resource to view active Horse Creek real estate listings.