KB Homes at Vista Canyon Bluma and Auburn

| Canyon Country Magazine | February 15, 2020

Six model homes are now open at the Vista Canyon development. KB Homes has two classifications – “Bluma” and “Auburn” – available for purchase. They are all new, two-story detached condominiums.

A walkable community with 4 miles of pedestrian and bike paths, residents will have close proximity to shopping and dining at Vista Canyon’s Town Square. The development is close to award-winning schools and adjacent to a bus transit center, which just broke ground, and the future Metrolink station aimed at commuter-friendly travel.

The builders are describing the community as being near the edge of Angeles National Forest with miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails. Sand Canyon Country Club golf course is just a few miles from the development, which will include a neighborhood tennis court and fitness center.

All of the condominiums in both Bluma and Auburn have 2-car garages and upstairs laundry facilities.

The Bluma at Vista Canyon community of condos are priced from $521,490 – $545,990 and the front doors of the three model homes are facing the front of the Auburn models. The three plans have the following totals, measured in square feet: 1401, 1579 and 1690.


The larger homes in the development, Auburn at Vista Canyon are priced from $566,490 – $612,990. The three plans have the following totals, measured in square feet: 1855, 2201 and 2312.

For more information, visit https://www.kbhome.com/new-homes-los-angeles-and-ventura/bluma-at-vista-canyon.

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