There’s a lot to love in this small Arizona town that’s rich in history and culture. Residents enjoy robust opportunities for leisure and recreation, a strong sense of community, and mild year-round climate.
KB Home in Sahuarita
Our new construction homes for sale in Sahuarita, Arizona are uniquely built for the way you want to live, at a price you can afford. Single-story floor plans have large great rooms, modern kitchens, dens that can be converted in to a home office, walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, and dual sink vanities in the master baths. Covered patios offer the perfect backdrop 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 Sahuarita homes are in the master-planned community of Rancho Sahuarita, where residents enjoy active, social living. Amenities include a 10-acre lake, swimming pools, Splash Park, fitness center, 11 parks, miles of walking trails, and more. Your new Sahuarita home is also near shopping, dining and schools, and easily accessible to the I-10 and I-19.
New Homes for Sale in Sahuarita, AZ
Welcome to Sahuarita
Sahuarita is located in Pima County, Arizona, south of the Tohono O'odham Nation and adjacent to the north end of Green Valley, 15 miles south of Tucson. With an average of 300 days of sunshine and mild winters, residents spend their leisure time outdoors at local parks and playgrounds, or fishing and boating at Sahuarita Lake. The town also hosts a variety of family-friendly events, including drive-up movies, Art for Tots, fitness classes and much more. Other local attractions include:
- Anamax Park. This vast public park has a walking path, concession stands, lighted multi-purpose fields and ball diamonds, batting cage, community garden, lighted basketball and sand volleyball courts, dog park and skate spot, shaded playground and more.
- The Titan Missile Museum. A must-see for history buffs, this former ICBM missile site includes an inert Titan II intercontinental ballistic missile in the silo, as well as the original launch facilities. A National Historic Landmark, it’s the only remaining Titan II complex from the late Cold War period.