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 new construction homes in Tucson. Our homes are designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership. You’ll be able to choose from a selection of open concept floor plans, with energy-efficient options available at the KB Home Design Studio. Some communities are located near majestic mountain ranges, and shared amenities 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.
Size range 1,262 - 2,685 sqft
Size range 1,289 - 2,013 sqft
Colina de Anza Agave
Size range 1,576 - 2,510 sqft
Colina de Anza Traditions
Size range 1,380 - 1,909 sqft
Silver Ridge at Rocking K
Size range 1383 - 2212 sqft
Vista Del Oro Horizon
Size range 1,576 - 2,314 sqft
Located in the Sonoran Desert, Tucson is flanked by five different mountain ranges and the Santa Cruz River. The city is known for the restored stately 19th century mansions of the El Presidio Historic District, and is home to the University of Arizona. Golf enthusiasts will never run out of options with over 40 courses throughout the area. 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 museum spans 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. Dubbed “Hollywood in the Desert,” it was a movie set built by Columbia Pictures in 1939 that encompassed 50 buildings in its recreation of an 1860s Tucson town. Today the movie studio and theme park feature Old West shows, stagecoach rides, and a chance to pan for gold.
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