This scenic California city is renowned as an emerging hub for agricultural technology, its wonderful climate and desirable proximity to the spectacular Monterey coastline.

KB Home in Salinas

Our new construction homes for sale in Salinas, California are uniquely built for the way you want to live, at a price you can afford. Open one- and two-story floor plans include spacious living and dining areas, lofts and dens that can be converted in to a home office or media room, large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, modern kitchens and downstairs bedrooms in the single-story designs. 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.

Our new Salinas homes are convenient to recreation, including Monte Bella Community and Los Padres Neighborhood parks. Shopping centers, restaurants and essential businesses are all close-by. The coastal beauty and sights of Monterey Bay are just 19 miles from Salinas, an idyllic destination for weekend getaways.

Landscape in Fort Ord National Monument near Salinas, CA
Landscape in Fort Ord National Monument near Salinas, CA

New Homes for Sale in Salinas, CA

Welcome to Salinas

Salinas is located in Monterey County, California, just eight miles from the Pacific Ocean, a setting that affords residents an exceptional year-round climate and some of the cleanest air in the country. Salinas is often referred to as ‘The Salad Bowl of the World’ for its fresh produce, flower production and vineyards. A growing leader in agricultural technology (agtech), the city is also home to 100+ manufacturing firms, including Dole Fresh Vegetables Co. Residents enjoy outdoor leisure and recreation at local parks with playgrounds, biking and hiking trails, sports fields and picnic areas. Other Salinas highlights include:

  • Salinas Municipal Airport. This regional airport is a leading destination for business aviation on California’s Central Coast. The airstrip is a 25-minute drive from Monterey Bay and 45 minutes from Silicon Valley.
  • National Steinbeck Center. This museum honors Nobel prize-winning author John Steinbeck, who wrote literary masterpieces Of Mice and Men and The Grapes of Wrath
  • Laguna Seca Raceway. This road racing track spans 2.238 miles and hosts major annual events, including the U.S. round of the World Superbike and MotoAmerica championships.

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