Stockton

This thriving seaport city offers endless opportunities to enjoy the local landscape with museums, golf courses, and a retro amusement park.

KB Home in Stockton

You'll have your choice of new homes for sale in Stockton, California, when you visit a KB Home community. You'll find one- and two-story homes, with floor plans that offer flexibility in both size and design. All our homes in this region include a convenient 2-car garage. Some gated communities are available, and amenities may include a community pool. No matter which community you choose, you'll be convenient to a thriving downtown waterfront and close to shopping. You'll also enjoy easy access to Hwy. 99 and I-5. Your new home will be within the desirable Lodi School District and walking distance to neighborhood schools. Discover available new homes in Stockton, California, and tour a KB Home community today.

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New Homes for Sale in Stockton, CA

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Belluno
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1790 – 2229 sq ft
$363,500 - $395,500
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Montevello
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1925 – 3061 sq ft
$384,000 - $465,000
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Welcome to Stockton

This Northern California city is positioned along the San Joaquin River and is part of the San Joaquin Valley. Stockton is less than 50 miles from Sacramento and around 83 miles from San Francisco. The city's seaport was built during the California Gold Rush to bring supplies into nearby mining communities, and the city itself was incorporated in 1850. The Port of Stockton is still fully operational today and has grown to around 4200 acres. After the gold rush, the city relied on the production and transportation of agricultural goods which remains a strong local industry. For soaking up the California sun and enjoying the lush green landscape, you can't beat a day at one of the city's two golf courses, Swenson Golf Course and Van Buskirk Golf Course. A few more local highlights include:

  • The Haggin Museum. Discover 19th and 20th century masterpieces in this arts and history museum that opened back in 1931. Exhibits also cover California and local history.
  • Pixie Woods. This small amusement park has been in operation since 1954 and features attractions for young children, including a boat ride, train ride and carousel.