Nestled between rolling hills and the serene San Joaquin River, Vista Bella at Tesoro Viejo is a community of new single family homes located in beautiful Madera County, California. There’s much to love about life in the Central Valley. Here are the top three reasons homeowners love living at Tesoro Viejo.

1. The Ranch House

The Ranch House is the centerpiece of Tesoro Viejo and was designed with a fun, contemporary rustic flair. It’s the type of place where you immediately feel impressed by its stature and beauty, yet welcome in the warm space. This incredible clubhouse offers a robust offering of amenities: swimming pool complete with a lap area, fire pits, spa pools, resort-style cabanas, kids pool and splash zone, barbecue pavilion, amphitheater and even more. There truly is something for everyone to enjoy here.

Enjoy a delicious meal or grab a coffee at The Ranch House’s The Hub.

2. A Landscape Unlike Anywhere Else

Imagine 1,600 acres of gently rolling hills as a backdrop to your everyday life, and envision easy access to the peaceful sounds of the San Joaquin River. Every day is a peaceful oasis with these truly spectacular vistas. Tesoro Viejo even includes 400 acres of permanently preserved natural open space, parks, trails and recreational areas. In our new homes in Madera, you’ll always be close to nature.

3. The Wonderful Sense of Community

Tesoro Viejo is filled with winding scenic trails that connect you to nature, amenities and your neighbors. The design of this fun-filled neighborhood encourages the type of lifestyle you would expect in a small town – children riding their bikes to the playground where they practice make-believe with other neighborhood kids, a luxurious resort-style pool with cabanas for hosting parties or everyday relaxation, neighbors taking a morning walk to the coffee shop to catch up after a long week. While you can find a house anywhere, residents of Vista Bella at Tesoro Viejo have also found a lifestyle unlike any other.

Learn more about living at our beautiful new community at Tesoro Viejo today.