This charming Sacramento suburb is positioned between the Pacific Ocean on the west and national forests to the east, and offers its residents a sweet retreat from the nearby city.

KB Home in Roseville

If you’re looking for a new home in Roseville, California, then you’ll want to tour the model homes available in a KB Home community. KB Home builds ENERGY STAR® certified homes with energy-efficient features, and offers a choice of spacious open concept floor plans with a range of bedrooms and baths. Your new home will be convenient to the area’s best shopping, dining and entertainment, and near a local community center, library, park, dog park, golf courses, swim centers, and walking/biking trails. Your dream home could be a KB home in beautiful Roseville.

Roseville's Martha Riley community library
Roseville's Martha Riley community library

New Homes for Sale in Roseville, CA

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Welcome to Roseville

What began as a railroad station settlement has today blossomed into a family-friendly enclave with parks, excellent schools, convenient shopping, and the big city just a hop, skip and jump away. The railroad is still important here - with Union Pacific Railroad a major employer - and you'll also find Kaiser Permanente® and Hewlett-Packard®. A few local highlights include:

  • Roseville Telephone Museum. The evolution of the telephone is on display in this museum, from turn-of-the-century wooden boxes that hung on the wall, to princess phones and "candlestick" models, to Mickey Mouse novelty designs. You'll also find switchboards, and learn the history of the Roseville Telephone Company.
  • Maidu Museum and Historic Site. Built near a national historic site where the Nisenan Maidu Indians had settled for over 3,000 years, this museum features contemporary California Indian art and interactive exhibits. Outside, a walking trail leads you past petroglyphs, bedrock mortars, and a stream. This museum is tucked inside the 152-acre Maidu Regional Park which also includes a community center, library, and the Veterans Memorial Rose Garden.

You can also catch a travelling circus in this cozy town. Circus Vargas describes itself as a steampunk meets science fiction fantasy.

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