KB Home (NYSE: KBH) over the weekend will stage the grand opening of Autumn Winds™, its latest community of single-story new homes in Winchester, California.

Near Highway 79 for convenient commuting throughout the Inland Empire, Autumn Winds is near Loma Linda Medical Center-Murrieta, Mt. San Jacinto College and the retail and dining establishments at Menifee Countryside Marketplace.

Residence 1860 at Autumn Winds.
Residence 1860 at Autumn Winds.

Residents of KB Home’s Autumn Winds can enjoy fishing and boating at Diamond Valley Lake and numerous outdoor activities at Lake Perris State Recreation Area, such as hiking, bicycling, fishing, swimming, picnicking, camping, rock climbing and horseback riding. The nearby Ya’i Heki’ Regional Indian Museum provides a dynamic interpretation of Native American history, and the Orange Empire Railway Museum is home to an extensive collection of railway locomotives, passenger and freight cars, streetcars, interurban electric cars and other artifacts dating back to the 1870s.

KB Home will host a grand opening celebration at Autumn Winds, Saturday, Dec. 8, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., during which attendees may tour the three model homes. Refreshments will be served.

KB Home will be constructing 141 single-story homes in total and offering five distinct floor plans. With up to five bedrooms and three baths and ranging in size from 1,500 to 2,300 square feet, the KB homes at Autumn Winds also feature desirable design characteristics like spacious great rooms, ample storage and dedicated laundry rooms. Pricing begins in the $330,000s.

“With five flexible floor plans available and a plethora of design options in the KB Home Design Studio, the KB homes at Autumn Winds are perfect for home buyers looking for a very simple way to purchase a new home personalized to their preferences,” said John Fenn, president of KB Home’s Inland Empire division. “Our dedicated KB Home team will guide home buyers every step of the way.”

The KB homes at Autumn Winds 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 $1,524 and $1,932 a year in utility costs, depending on floor plan.