Elk Grove

The city’s motto – “Proud Heritage, Bright Future” – is evidenced in its historic downtown district and thriving local economy.

KB Home in Elk Grove

If you're shopping for new homes in Elk Grove, California, you'll want to keep a KB Home community on your must-see list. We build one- and two-story new homes for sale, with flexible floor plans that offer you a range of options. Your energy-efficient home will be part of a brand-new community located within a flourishing neighborhood. Some gated communities are available here, and amenities may include a pool and spa. Location is everything and our communities in this region are convenient to Hwy.99 and I-5, with nearby premier shopping at Delta Shores. Best of all, your new home is located within the highly desirable Elk Grove Unified School District.

KB model home great room in Elk Grove, CA
KB model home great room in Elk Grove, CA

New Homes for Sale in Elk Grove, CA

Browse new homes for sale in Sheldon Terrace
Quick Move-In Homes Available
Sheldon Terrace
3 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1580 – 1853 sq ft
$361,729 - $396,213
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Browse new homes for sale in Willow Creek at Monterey Village
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Willow Creek at Monterey Village
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1303 – 2107 sq ft
$337,914 - $469,359
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Welcome to Elk Grove

Located just 15 miles south of Sacramento, Elk Grove was founded in 1850 along a stage coach route. The city's proximity to Sutter's Fort, the epicenter for the California Gold Rush, provided an influx of gold miners during its early days. The area remained mostly farmland until the 1980s, and Elk Grove was ultimately incorporated as a city in 2000. Today it is the second largest city in the Sacramento region. Agriculture was an early industry here and remains strong, along with high technology, professional service, and commercial and retail enterprises. Today's top employers in the region include the local unified school district, Apple® and Kaiser Permanente®. If you're looking for ways to enjoy the great outdoors, you'll find more than 90 parks, as well as numerous trails, including Laguna Creek Trail, Franklin Creek Trail and Foulks Ranch/Laguna Greenbelt. Here are a few more glimpses into this beautiful city:

  • Old Town Elk Grove. Also called Main Street, this is the spot of the original downtown district. Many of the buildings here date back to the 1800s, including Bob's Club, once an old-time saloon, and the only building to have survived an 1892 fire.
  • Elk Grove Creek Trail. This two-mile paved trail hugs its historic same-named creek and offers a scenic retreat among lush trees and wildlife.