Communities in Memphis
Oakland, Tennessee 38060
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1,557 - 2,250 square feet
LIFE IN MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
Welcome to Memphis, Tennessee! We’re excited for the opportunity to serve as your home builder in Memphis, Tennessee. D.R. Horton offers single-family homes in the Memphis area, featuring our open-concept floor plans. New homes built by D.R. Horton are livable and affordable, built with unmatched efficiencies and uncompromising quality.
Located along the Mississippi River, Memphis has a rich history and is known for great food, music, and fun activities for the whole family. Ranked as one of the “Happiest Cities to Work in Right Now” in 2013 by Forbes Magazine, residents enjoy low living costs and tax rates.
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PARKS AND RECREATION
Overton Park: A 342-acre public park in Midtown Memphis containing a nine-hole golf course, Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis College of Art, Memphis Zoo, Levitt Shell, Rainbow Lake, Veterans Plaza, the Greensward, two playgrounds, and a 126-acre Old Forest State Natural Area.
Shelby Farms Park: A massive 4,500-acre park containing more than 40 miles of trails for walking, cycling, running and hiking. Or if you prefer fishing, cast your line into one of the 20 bodies of water and reel in your catch!
Memphis International Airport: Boasting the second largest cargo operations by volume in the world, Memphis International is known as the global “SuperHub” of Federal Express.
Beale Street Historic District: When it comes to music, there’s simply no place like Memphis. Beale Street is known for its funky hangouts, bars, cafes and galleries. Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll spills out from every corner and the aroma of Memphis-style barbecue and soul food hangs in the air.
ARTS AND LIFESTYLE
From Beale Street to Graceland, it’s clear to see why Memphis is known as the home of Blues, Soul, and Rock ‘N’ Roll. Visit the Gibson Beale Street Showcase and look on as the famous guitars are crafted, or check out other Music landmarks including The Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum, Blues Hall of Fame and Stax Museum of American Soul Music.