KB Home (NYSE: KBH) today announced the grand opening of Sienna Grove, its latest collection of new single-family homes in the southside of Jacksonville.
Sienna Grove is convenient to Interstates 95 and 295, J. Turner Butler Boulevard and downtown Jacksonville for easy access to area employers like Florida Blue®, Merrill Lynch® and St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside.
At Sienna Grove, KB Home will construct 21 one- and two-story homes and offer eight distinct floor plans. With up to six bedrooms and three baths, and ranging in size from 1,600 to 3,000 square feet, the KB homes at Sienna Grove also feature desirable design characteristics like open floor plans, master suites and patios. Pricing begins in the $260,000s.
Residents at Sienna Grove can enjoy the community’s proximity to a wide range of family friendly activities. Brackridge Park, which features play equipment and multi-use fields, and The Beach and Peach Urban Bike Park, which offers jumps and trails for cyclists of all skill levels, are within a few minutes’ drive. North Florida’s best beaches are less than 30 minutes away, and the area boasts a plentiful assortment of golf courses as well as abundant shopping, dining and entertainment options at nearby St. Johns Town Center® and Deerwood Lake Commons.
“This quaint new enclave of KB homes offers home buyers a chance to create a beautiful new home tailored to their particular needs,” said Todd Holder, president of KB Home’s Jacksonville division. “At Sienna Grove, buyers can choose their floor plan and design features and enjoy the community’s convenience to local recreational facilities in their free time.”
KB Home will host a grand opening celebration at Sienna Grove on Saturday, March 30, 11 a.m.–2 p.m., during which attendees may tour the model home at the nearby Summerlyn community. Refreshments and entertainment will be provided.
The KB homes at Sienna Grove will be built to current ENERGY STAR® certification guidelines and include WaterSense®labeled faucets and fixtures, meaning they are designed to be more energy and water efficient than most typical new and resale homes available in the area. These energy- and water-saving features are estimated to save home buyers between $972 and $1,668 a year in utility costs, depending on the floor plan.