Experience a lifestyle rooted in Central California’s independence and charm, along with a desirable quality of life that have made this agricultural town one of the state’s fastest-growing communities.

KB Home in Hollister

Our new construction homes for sale in Hollister, California are uniquely built for the way you want to live. No two homes are ever the same, and you have the ability to personalize your new KB home from floor plans to design features to where you live in the community. One and two-story floor plans have cozy kitchen nooks, family rooms, dining and living rooms, luxurious master baths, as well as dens and large lofts that can be converted into home offices, media spaces or workout studios. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet.

This new Hollister community is conveniently near shops, restaurants and services. Family-friendly parks have playgrounds, softball and soccer fields, basketball and tennis courts, and other recreational amenities. A commuter-friendly location offers easy access to US-101 and larger metropolitan areas, including Silicon Valley.

KB model home kitchen and dining in Hollister, CA
KB model home kitchen and dining in Hollister, CA

New Homes for Sale in Hollister, CA

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Roberts Ranch

3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range 1,478 - 3,465 sq ft
Priced from $728,000
Plus cost of solar; lot premium may apply*
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Welcome to Hollister

Hollister is the largest city in San Benito County, California, located just northeast of Salinas between Gilroy and San Juan Bautista along Highway 156. Nestled in a picturesque valley, homeowners enjoy a small-town ambiance and easy accessibility to major business and technology hubs. Hollister is just 40 minutes from the Monterey Peninsula, and less than an hour from Silicon Valley.

A leader in agriculture, the town is home to nearly 70 organic farmers who produce a range of vegetables, vine and orchard crops. The area is also famous for its mild climate that makes it ideal for growing grapes for wine production. Hollister residents can spend weekends enjoying and exploring:

  • The San Benito Wine Trail winds through Hollister’s rolling back country, a naturally beautiful setting for some of California’s top wineries. Local vintners produce award-winning pinot noirs, zinfandels, cabernets and more.
  • Pinnacles National Park. A volcanic eruption millions of years ago formed the park’s dramatic landscape of oak woodlands, canyons, rare talus caves and towering rock spires. Visitors can hike along 30 miles of trails, rock climb, camp and explore the caves. Native falcons, golden eagles and California condors captivate bird watchers.

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