Named after the 30th U.S. President, this small Arizona city continues to experience dramatic growth as it transforms from a primarily agricultural area toward tourism, manufacturing and business.
KB Home in Coolidge
Our new construction homes for sale in Coolidge, Arizona are uniquely built for the way you want to live, at a price you can afford. One- and two-story floor plans include spacious great rooms, modern kitchens, large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, dual sink vanities in the master baths, plus dens and lofts that can be converted into home offices, yoga studios or extra bedrooms. Covered patios are ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet.
Our new Coolidge homes are located in a master-planned community that includes an elementary school, scenic walking trails, tot lots, shaded ramadas and acres of natural open space. Homeowners are conveniently close to Hwy. 87, as well as outdoor recreation, San Tan Mountain Regional Park and the historic Casa Grande Ruins National Monument.
New Homes for Sale in Coolidge, AZ
Welcome to Coolidge
Coolidge is a small Arizona city located in the center of the rapidly expanding growth corridor in western Pinal County, the commercial center of the state’s cotton industry. Residents enjoy a sense of community, special year-round events, amenity-filled parks for sports, leisure and outdoor recreation, along with cultural opportunities. Coolidge also has its own Municipal Airport that hosts monthly Fly-Ins of privately owned, vintage aircraft. Local shopping destinations include the Promenade at Casa Grande, which features a variety of popular retail stores, restaurants and services. Additional Coolidge highlights include:
- Coolidge Performing Arts Center. The center hosts concerts, performances, artistic series, special events and educational programs. The facility’s Performance Hall is a state-of-the-art, 930-seat venue with a professional stage and orchestra pit.
- Casa Grande Ruins National Monument. One of the largest prehistoric structures ever built in North America, this one square-mile park preserves what remains of an ancestral Sonoran Desert people's community and irrigation system.
- San Tan Mountain Regional Park. Enjoy a unique perspective of the lower Sonoran Desert’s wildlife and scenic mountain views, and explore eight miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.