With spacious floorplans, charming architecture, some of today’s most popular features, and a favorite location, it’s no wonder Southern California homebuyers are so excited about Topa Topa. Offering ideal new family homes in Ventura, Topa Topa is now open at The Farm, the new master-planned community from Williams Homes, with model tours daily. To ensure you can purchase one of these special new homes, register your name on the VIP interest list.
Topa Topa is one of four new home communities at The Farm that introduce a fresh, new lifestyle to this beach-close hamlet. The community offers spacious residences with three to four bedrooms and two to three baths in 1,914–2,753 square feet in both single- and two-story designs. Traditional architecture with East Coast detailing creates an inviting street scene in line with Ventura’s welcoming, family-friendly nature.
Plan 1 offers an in-demand one-story floorplan with three bedrooms and two baths in 1,914 square feet. The home’s great flow makes this floorplan ideal for families and those who love to entertain. The large kitchen is open to both the great room and dining room and, like all kitchens at Topa Topa, features a large island, a recycling center, and an enormous walk-in pantry. Buyers of Plan 1 can also choose the California room option to extend the living space outdoors.
All master baths at Topa Topa’s new family homes in Ventura feature dual vanities, a separate walk-in shower and soaking tub, and a large walk-in closet. Plan 1 also offers a coffee bar just outside the sumptuous master suite that allows owners some much-appreciated time to wake up before greeting the rest of the family in the morning. This new-home design also presents a large front porch, secondary bedrooms that are separated from the master suite for maximum privacy, and the option to turn bedroom No. 3 into a den.
The two-story Plan 2 greets visitors with an expanded porch leading into a gracious foyer with a long gallery wall. This home offers four bedrooms and three baths including a downstairs suite perfect for guests, older children, or multi-generational living, in 2,677 square feet. The island kitchen is outfitted with chef-friendly features including a room-sized pantry and flows easily into the great room, breakfast nook, and optional California room. A separate formal dining room can also be turned into a home office.
Upstairs, the resort-style master suite encompasses the spa bath and oversized walk-in closet, as well as two additional bedrooms with a shared bath, a large loft, and a laundry room with ample storage and sink. This home also has a three-car garage.
The allure starts right on arrival with Topa Topa’s Plan 3, a two-story, four-bedroom, three-bath home with 2,753 square feet, thanks to the large front porch and porte cochere. A downstairs bedroom and bath offers a versatile space for buyers. The island kitchen is a chef’s dream with equal space, style, and a substantial pantry. The kitchen flows easily into the great room, which opens out to a rear-yard porch, and the breakfast nook, which has its own private covered patio.
Upstairs, the master suite offers a private sanctuary for owners, and is separated from the two additional bedrooms, shared bath, and the large laundry room with optional sink, which is tucked in next to the stairs.
About The Farm
These new family homes in Ventura are 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’s will specified that the estate be used in part to continue to promote Ventura County’s agricultural values. The Farm is upholding those wishes with a new master-planned community in Ventura that’s 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, the area offers endless opportunities for fun and recreation. Add in great access to 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.