The Farm is the hottest new-home community in all of Ventura County, exceeding even builder Williams Homes’ high expectations with more than 5,000 visitors to the Grand Opening last weekend. This new masterplan opened its doors at 10am Saturday to eager buyers of new homes in Ventura who arrived early to get a first look at the furnished models.
“The Farm has made an incredible impression on homebuyers, who couldn’t wait to come out during our first Grand Opening weekend,” said Daniel Faina, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, at Williams Homes. “Dozens of people were anxious to join our VIP list by pre-qualifying with our lender. Our lender is inundated with new applications in anticipation of our selection event next weekend.”
The Farm’s Grand Opening will continue into next weekend, when Williams Homes will begin accepting purchase offers. Check-in for VIP Priority buyers will start at 9:30am on Saturday, July 29, with purchase offers starting at 10am. Homes at The Farm are being sold exclusively from the VIP Priority List and buyers can get pre-approved through Friday, July 28 at 5pm.
With an ideal location in Ventura, a variety of floorplans, and today’s most popular features, The Farm has connected with buyers looking for ideal new homes in Ventura. “This was, by far, the most well-attended and exciting Grand Opening we have ever had in our 20 years as a company,” said Faina.
The Farm offers four new communities including: Topa Topa, single-family homes with three to four bedrooms in 1,914–2,753 square feet; Sespe, single-family homes with four to six bedrooms and separate apartment units in 2,781–3,343 square feet; Olivas, single-family homes with four bedrooms and optional California rooms (per plan) in 2,223–2,702 square feet; and Anacapa, unique townhomes with three to four bedrooms and private yards in 1,744–2287 square feet.
About The Farm
The Farm is located on the former UC Hansen Trust property, a 35.70-acre site on Telegraph Road that was left to the University of California after the death in 1992 of Thelma Hansen, the last surviving member of a long-time local farming family. Hansen asked in her will for the property to be used in part to continue to promote Ventura County’s agricultural values, and The Farm is proud to uphold those wishes. This new master-planned community in Ventura is focused on family living while embracing nature and sustainability and paying tribute to the area’s important agricultural heritage.
From the many beaches to the miles of open space and parks—including two at The Farm—to amenities like the famous Ventura Harbor and Historic Downtown, Ventura offers endless opportunities for fun and recreation. Add in great access, abundant shopping, dining, and other important conveniences, the great schools of the Ventura Unified School District, and easy access to the work centers of Ventura County, the San Fernando Valley, the Santa Clarita Valley, and Santa Barbara, and it’s easy to see why Ventura was named “The Most Desirable Place to Live nationwide” by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and one of the “10 Best Places to Live Now” by Men’s Health.