This tech hub is also an outdoor enthusiast’s dream with parks and preserves in a gorgeous waterfront location.

KB Home in Milpitas

Ready to explore new homes in Milpitas, California? Start your search in a brand-new KB Home community. Our communities feature two- and three-story townhome-style condos, each with an attached 2-car garage. Amenities will vary but some communities feature an on-site park with BBQ, fire pit and playground. Your new construction home will offer plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors in nearby parks and recreation areas. Plus, you’ll be living in a great commuter location with your new home close to major Silicon Valley employers, and convenient to I-680 and I-880, and the Milpitas BART station that's scheduled to open in 2019. You’ll also enjoy nearby shopping at the Great Mall®. Explore the range of new houses for sale in Milpitas by visiting a KB Home community today.

KB model home kitchen in Milpitas, CA
KB model home kitchen in Milpitas, CA

New Homes for Sale in Milpitas, CA

Welcome to Milpitas

This beautiful Bay Area city is north of San Jose and south of Fremont, and part of Santa Clara County. This region is a hub for tech employers, including Cisco Systems, KLA Tencor, Flex®, SanDisk® and Linear Technology. But you'll also find a slew of local parks dotting the city landscape, as well as a number of wilderness preserves that are just a short drive away. For those rainy days when you want to explore the great indoors, you can’t go wrong with The Great Mall®, the largest indoor shopping outlet center in Northern California with more than 200 stores. With such a varied slate of activities to offer its residents, it’s no surprise that Milpitas was ranked 29 out of 50 Best Places in the USA to Live in 2014 by Money magazine. Here are a few more reasons to live in this great city:

  • Ed R. Levin County Park. Stretching across 1558 acres, this unique park offers picnicking, fishing, hang gliding, a 20.6-mile trail system, rolling grasslands and Oak woodlands, gorgeous Bay views, and an off-leash dog park for large and small canines.
  • Alviso Adobe. Originally built in 1835, this recently restored adobe is on the National Register of Historic Places. The site also includes a garden and park, with historical signs detailing the farming and ranching that took place here over the years.

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