Tilton at The Cannery – PHOTO FOCUS

by Shea Homes Northern California on April 6, 2016


Take a quick visual tour of Shea Homes® new Tilton community, located at The Cannery in Davis, California. The Cannery is being called the first farm-to-table new home community in California, featuring approximately five-acres of working farm, as well as a variety of other amenities and features. The Cannery was recently awarded with the Master-Planned Community of the Year by the National Association of Homebuilders.

Tilton at The Cannery
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These stunning new homes are now selling! View Tilton home plans on the web. Then, to learn more about the The Cannery community features and the farm-to-table lifestyle, visit LiveCanneryDavis.com.

Call (530) 231-5936 to schedule your visit today.

Brokers must accompany prospects on their first visit to register to qualify. Buyers of Shea homes are not required to use Shea Mortgage as their lender. Buyers may select any lending institution for the purpose of securing mortgage financing and are not limited to Shea Mortgage.  Sales: Shea Homes Marketing Company, Broker, License No. 01378646; Construction #855368. This is not an offer of real estate for sale, nor a solicitation of an offer to buy, to residents of any state or province in which registration and other legal requirements have not been fulfilled. Artist rendering subject to change. Models are not an indication of racial preference.  Price effective date of publication and subject to change. All plans and amenities are subject to change at any time. All square footages shown herein are approximate. Photos depict optional items and other upgrades that may be available from Seller at an additional cost. Furniture and other designer features are not included or available for purchase (even upon the payment of an additional charge).

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