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1941 - Funeral for "our" Remi Nadeau, whose Canyon Country deer park became North Oaks [story]
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[KB Home] – KB Home, one of the nation’s largest and most recognized homebuilders, announced the grand opening of Haywood at Five Knolls, a scenically inspired master-planned community offering spectacular hillside vistas and impressive on-site amenities in a sought-after Santa Clarita location.

With close proximity to the I-5 and 14 freeways, KB Home’s Haywood at Five Knolls will provide residents convenient commutes to the area’s major employment centers. A grand opening celebration is scheduled for Saturday, September 26.

KBHome_Haywood_Plan 3B_FiveKnollsNamed for the five signature knolls that characterize the community, the Five Knolls neighborhood is designed to integrate organically with its natural surroundings and features an extensive array of walking, hiking and biking paths that link to more than 30 miles of trails throughout Santa Clarita.

KB homeowners at Haywood will also be able to enjoy the community’s parks, picnic areas, playgrounds and sport courts, as well as The Club at Five Knolls — a private recreation center that includes a clubhouse, swimming pool and spa.

Haywood residents can also take advantage of Santa Clarita’s shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities, as Five Knolls is just minutes from Westfield Valencia Town Center, Six Flags Magic Mountain and the 130-acre Central Park and Sports Complex.

KB Home plans to construct 115 homes at Haywood, with floor plans that range in size from 1,856 to 2,324 square feet and feature up to five bedrooms and three baths. Each plan is designed with an emphasis on outdoor living, allowing homeowners to enjoy Southern California’s pleasant climate from the comfort of home. Pricing begins in the low-$500,000s.

With KB Home’s unique homebuilding approach, homebuyers at Haywood will be able to tailor their chosen residence to suit their individual preferences. From selecting their lot location and floor plan, to customizing décor elements such as flooring style and paint colors, KB homeowners are able to choose the right home for them.

KB homes at Haywood will be Energy Star certified, meaning they will be some of the most energy-efficient available today, and have the potential to save homeowners money on their utility costs when compared to a typical new or resale home.

All KB homes, including those at Five Knolls, also incorporate a number of water-saving features, such as WaterSense® labeled faucets, toilets, and showerheads, that can save up to an estimated 30,000 gallons of water and $300 in utility bills annually when compared to a home without these features.

KB Home’s Haywood at Five Knolls is now open at Golden Valley and Newhall Ranch Road in Santa Clarita. From I-5, exit Valencia Boulevard heading east. Turn left on Bouqet Canyon Road, right on Newhall Ranch Road, left on Five Knolls Drive and right on Bentwood Lane to the sales center.

For more information, visit www.kbhome.com or call 888-KB-HOMES.

 

About KB Home

KB Home is one of the largest and most recognized homebuilding companies in the United States. Since its founding in 1957, the company has built more than half a million quality homes. KB Home’s unique homebuilding approach lets each buyer customize their new home from lot location to floor plan and design features. As a leader in utilizing state-of-the-art sustainable building practices, all KB homes are highly energy efficient and meet strict ENERGY STAR® guidelines. This helps to lower monthly utility costs for homeowners, which the company demonstrates with its proprietary KB Home Energy Performance Guide® (EPG®). KB Home has been named an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Sustained Excellence Award winner for five straight years and a WaterSense® Partner of the Year for four consecutive years. A FORTUNE 1,000 company, Los Angeles-based KB Home was the first homebuilder listed on the New York Stock Exchange, and trades under the ticker symbol “KBH.” For more information about KB Home, call 888-KB-HOMES or visit www.kbhome.com.

 

 

Announcement from developer Brookfield Residential

The moment has arrived. On Saturday, September 26 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, homebuyers are invited to the Grand Opening of Five Knolls by Brookfield Residential, Santa Clarita’s newest community. Experience a scenically inspiring small world designed around a refreshing new lifestyle while touring 18 designer-furnished model homes in six new neighborhoods and enjoying gourmet food trucks, fun family activities, live music, kite demos and a photo hub. With an opportunity to meet the sales teams and see what life is like at Five Knolls, buyers won’t want to miss their chance to discover why this new community rises above the ordinary.

Along tree-lined streets, the six new home collections at Five Knolls provide a host of choices from an all-star lineup of homebuilders. Highglen by Brookfield Residential, Monterra by Christopher Homes and Brighton by Brookfield Residential welcome two-story detached residences behind private gates, while Everett by Meritage Homes, Grayson by TRI Pointe Homes and Haywood by KB Home introduce two-story detached residences that offer up to five bedrooms. With timeless architectural styles, including Santa Barbara, Spanish, American Farmhouse, Monterey and more, each home is defined by elegance. Pricing starts from the $500,000s.

At Five Knolls, the great outdoors is just outside your door, from the array of walking and biking trails to the five signature knolls the community is named for. Golden Valley Park brings a mixture of open spaces and gathering places as well as picnic enclaves, a shaded playground, basketball half-court and big and small dog park. And The Club is a haven for all things fun, where residents can splash around in the pool, relax in the spa or meet up with friends for wine tastings, get-togethers or celebrations.

To live at Five Knolls in Santa Clarita is to be connected to everything. The Golden Valley Road extension to Bouquet Canyon Road means a faster, more direct route to everyday destinations across the Santa Clarita Valley. Everything from shopping and dining to entertainment, great schools and employment is accessible. More than 25 city parks, theme parks, art and culture offer opportunities for adventure, and the Metrolink and local transit make anywhere within reach. Five Knolls is the place to be.

For more details on the new community of Five Knolls, please visit the website at FiveKnolls.com.

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  1. I would recommend that any potential buyer do their research first as there are several websites against the company and news report after news report regarding construction and warranty issues on youtube.

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