Hello, July! And, Hello, scorching temperatures and air conditioning units working overtime. If that’s your reality, Ventura should be on your radar—and not just for an afternoon escape. Do what so many others have done and move here already! So many people have fallen in love with Williams Homes‘ community, The Farm, that there are only a handful of new homes in Ventura available. Fortunately for you if moving to Ventura sounds like a plan, the available homes will be ready for August move-ins!
According to NewHomeSource, the average completion time of a single-family home is around six months. This may be a deterrent for some homebuyers who want or need to move sooner, although the upside of a new home is well worth it! The quick move-ins at The Farm eliminate the one potential sticking point to buying new construction.
August is also a fantastic time in Ventura—although, really, it’s somewhat challenging to pick a non-favorite time of the year in this coastal hamlet with 12 months of temperate whether and tons of things to see and do every month! Buy a new home in Ventura and move in to your new place in August, and you’ll enjoy:
An average high temperature of just 73 degrees. By comparison, that average is 91 degrees in the San Fernando Valley and 96 degrees in Valencia. Slide open the doors to the California room in your new home at The Farm, and enjoy those coastal breezes!
Endless beach fun. Just about any beach activity you enjoy can be found on one of Ventura’s beaches, from family fun at the sheltered Mother’s Beach to some of the best surfing in the country at Surfer’s Point, to great bird watching at McGrath Beach.
Tons of activities at the Harbor. From live music a couple of days a week to special events like Hot Harbor Nights on August 4, a monthly summer event features classic cars, live music, and great food at Harbor Cove Café, to the Seaside Kids Club, with crafts, entertainment, and seaside enjoyment, you have even more reason to hang out at the Harbor this summer.
The 143rd Ventura County Fair. The Fair starts on July 31 and goes through August 11, with carnival rides, animals, tons of exhibits, and concert headliners including Martina McBride, Melissa Etheridge, and Daughtry.
August is also when the great schools of the Ventura Unified School District get back in session. Parents also have the option of sending their children to one of the city’s acclaimed charter schools in Ventura.
Last chance to buy
This is your last chance to buy a home at The Farm. Now in its builder closeout, The Farm has only a handful of homes available for sale, all located in the Olivas community. This exciting offering of two-story, single-family detached residences presents family-friendly floorplans with four bedrooms and three to three-and-one-half baths in 2,223–2,702 square feet.
Gourmet kitchens reveal expansive eat-in islands, sleek countertops, tons of storage, and stainless steel appliances. The kitchens flow seamlessly into the great rooms and dining rooms or breakfast nooks (per plan), creating the ideal open floorplan. Each of the three new-home designs also includes a California room, providing the indoor-outdoor lifestyle that’s perfect for Ventura, as well as a first-floor bedroom and full bath. Lofts and home offices are also offered in select plans.
About The Farm
Located in one of Southern California’s most coveted areas, The Farm also offers two on-site parks, with abundant dining, recreation, shopping, entertainment, and employment nearby. The beach is just 10 minutes away, and living in this coastal enclave means kissing those 100-degree temperatures of inland communities goodbye. It can be 30 degrees (or more) cooler here than in the San Fernando Valley and Santa Clarita Valley, and much less expensive than new homes in competing areas and other beach-close communities, like those throughout the South Bay and on the L.A.’s Westside.
For more information about these new homes in Ventura, visit The Farm. You can also register your name on the VIP interest list to make sure you are kept up to date on important community news and available homes.