Tucson

Surrounded by gorgeous mountains and vested in rich Southwestern culture, this modern city is like an oasis in the desert.

KB Home in Tucson

KB Home is proud to be an established homebuilder in this city, offering ENERGY STAR® certified new construction homes in Tucson. You’ll be able to choose from a selection of single-story and two-story homes, some located near majestic mountain ranges. Enjoy community amenities that may include walking trails, parks, and sports fields. Your new home will also be convenient to schools, shopping, dining, recreation, regional trails, major employers, and downtown. If you’re looking for a new-home community with small-town charm, then consider your options with KB Home in Tucson.

Golf course at a KB Home community in Tucson, AZ
Golf course at a KB Home community in Tucson, AZ

New Homes for Sale in Tucson, AZ

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Montaretto Estates
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1231 – 2413 sq ft
$230,990 - $311,990
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La Cholla Station
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1512 – 2467 sq ft
$232,990 - $269,990
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Mountain Vail Reserve II
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1465 – 2212 sq ft
$318,955 - $352,345
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Sonoran Ranch II
2 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1015 – 2836 sq ft
$173,990 - $222,990
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Estrella Estates
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1576 – 2753 sq ft
$241,990 - $291,990
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Arroyo Reserve
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1015 – 1740 sq ft
From the high $100s
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Dakota Vista
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1015 – 1740 sq ft
From the high $100s
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Desert Point
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1015 – 1842 sq ft
From the high $100s
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Saguaro Station
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1512 – 2467 sq ft
From the mid $200s
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Welcome to Tucson

Located in the Sonoran Desert, Tucson is flanked by five different mountain ranges and the Santa Cruz River. The city is home to the top-ranked University of Arizona Science and Technology Park which occupies 1345 acres and boasts over 50 businesses, including IBM® Citigroup, Oracle® and Raytheon. Outdoor enthusiasts will never run out of options here, with hiking available at Saguaro National Park, sightseeing via a tram tour through scenic Sabino Canyon, biking/skating/hiking/horseback riding along the paths of The Loop, and golfing at the area’s more than 40 courses. The city is also known for the restored stately 19th century mansions of the El Presidio Historic District. More local highlights include:

  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. This 98-acre museum includes a zoo, aquarium, botanical garden, natural history museum, and art gallery. Nearly 85 percent of the museum is outdoors, and you'll find two miles of walking paths through desert habitats, 230 animal species, and 1200 types of plants.
  • Pima Air & Space Museum. This non-government funded aviation and space museum occupies 80 acres and features over 300 aircraft, including a Wright Flyer. There are five indoor exhibit hangars, two of which are dedicated to World War II planes.

For a truly unique Old West experience, you'll want to visit the Old Tucson Studios, built by Columbia Pictures in 1939 to recreate an 1860s Tucson town. Today you can enjoy Old West shows, living history presentations, stagecoach rides, and more.