This Inland Empire haven is perfect for the outdoor – and indoor – enthusiast with an eclectic array of parks, trails, and museums in an entrepreneurial-friendly location.

KB Home in Riverside

KB Home is an established homebuilder in this area, offering one- and two-story new homes for sale in Riverside, California. Choose from a selection of floor plans featuring 2-6 bedrooms, and 2- and 3-car garages, with some homesites nestled in scenic hills. You’ll enjoy community amenities that may include BBQ and picnic areas, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, and walking trails. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new home will also be convenient to shopping, dining, and entertainment, and close to the California Citrus State Historic Park, Loma Linda University Medical Center, and the University of California, Riverside. If you’re looking for a new home in a peaceful Riverside community, look no further than KB Home.

KB model home Back Patio in Riverside, CA
KB model home Back Patio in Riverside, CA

New Homes for Sale in Riverside, CA

Final Opportunity To Own
Capistrano at Spring Mountain Ranch
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 2329 – 3379 sq ft
$449,990 - $501,990
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Final Opportunity To Own
Monterey at Spring Mountain Ranch
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1575 – 2773 sq ft
$398,990 - $456,990
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The Trails at Mockingbird Canyon
4 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 4011 – 5380 sq ft
$937,063 - $937,063
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Grand Opening
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1779 – 2131 sq ft
$419,990 - $445,990
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Welcome to Riverside

This bustling city rests 60 miles east of Los Angeles, near the Santa Ana River, and is credited with being the birthplace of the California citrus industry. Forbes rated this city #1 in Best Paying Cities for Teachers in the U.S. in 2017, and the thriving industries you'll find here include technology & entrepreneurship, and manufacturing. Education is strong with four local colleges and universities. You can enjoy the temperate weather with over four miles of scenic trails at the University of California Riverside Botanic Gardens, or take a walk on the wildlife side at the 1500-acre Hidden Valley Wildlife Area boasting 25 miles of hiking and equestrian trails. Art lovers will appreciate the traditional and modern collections at the Riverside Art Museum. More highlights include: 

  • California Citrus State Historic Park. Explore the “second Gold Rush,” as the early 1900s California citrus boom was known, in the park’s museum and then enjoy the site’s biking and hiking trails, nature and wildlife viewing, and picnic areas. 
  • Mission Inn Hotel and Spa. This National Historic Landmark began life as an adobe boarding house in 1876. Today the luxury hotel offers award-winning restaurants, a Tuscan-inspired spa, and a museum with mid-19th century artifacts. The stunning holiday Festival of Lights is an annual attraction.