Simi Valley

Nestled within a serene valley, this picturesque city is a tranquil Southern California retreat.

KB Home in Simi Valley

If you’re in the market for a new home in Simi Valley, you’ll want to tour a KB Home community in the area. You’ll find one- and two-story new construction homes, with amenities that may include parks, pools, tot lots, and picnic areas. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new home will also be convenient to outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking and equestrian trails, award-winning school systems, major employers, shopping, dining, and state-of-the-art healthcare facilities. Contact KB Home and tour a new home for sale in Simi Valley.

KB model home great room in Simi Valley, CA
KB model home great room in Simi Valley, CA

New Homes for Sale in Simi Valley, CA

Welcome to Simi Valley

Take a spin through this beautiful city, bordered by the Santa Susana Mountains and the Simi Hills, and you just might forget that you're a mere 37 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. Simi Valley offers six golf courses and fifty parks, including hundreds of acres devoted to wildlife preservation, and access to nature trails. Additional highlights include:

  • The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. You don't need to be a Republican to enjoy this facility which offers visitors a unique chance to tour the retired Air Force One that transported the former President and First Lady. Special Exhibits have focused on the Titanic (which was discovered while Reagan was in office), and Permanent Exhibits include a full-size replica of the White House Oval Office and a piece of the Berlin Wall. The patio outside the café offers a gorgeous view of the surrounding valley and you'll wonder why you don't live here full time (unless you do!).
  • Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village. Likewise, you don't need to be an art lover to revel in this amazing creation. Tressa "Grandma" Prisbrey constructed this village between 1956-1981 using repurposed materials, and the site showcases shrines, wishing wells, mosaic walks, and structures. The ubiquitous glass bottles you'll find throughout are what prompted the location's name. This California Historical Landmark is also on the National Register of Historic Places.

Other Cities in California