Positioned between Denver and Colorado Springs, this family-friendly city is defined by its gorgeous parks and trails, acres of open space, and annual community events.
KB Home in Castle Rock
Our new homes in Castle Rock, Colorado, are built from floor plans that offer flexibility and room to grow. You’ll find one- and two-story new homes in this region, as well as some paired homes, and some homes with a partial or full finished basement. The choices don’t end there. You’ll find some master-planned communities in Castle Rock, and some communities feature amenities that include a recreation center, clubhouse, golf course, pools, parks and trails, and dedicated open spaces. Your new construction home will be near Philip S. Miller Park, featuring a field house, indoor pool, zip-line course, playground, athletic field and trails. You’ll be convenient to shopping and restaurants, and you’ll be living within the Douglas County School District.
New Homes for Sale in Castle Rock, CO
Welcome to Castle Rock
Located less than 30 miles from Denver, Castle Rock takes its name from the castle-shaped butte reigning over the center of town. Early settlers were drawn to the region by the promise of gold and available land, but it was the discovery of rhyolite stone that led to the town’s prosperity. Today, you can count Castle Rock among the urban centers that comprise the Front Range Urban Corridor which graces the eastern face of the Southern Rocky Mountains. It goes without saying that this region is famous for its gorgeous landscape and you’ll find 87 miles of trails and 50 parks to take in the fresh air and panoramic views. Families will enjoy the city’s many annual events, including Spooktacular in late October, and the winter-themed Reindeer Games in December. More great reasons to live here include:
- Philip S. Miller Park. This 300-acre park includes an outdoor amphitheater, events center, adventure playground, 8-mile trail network with the 200-step Challenge Hill, and zip-line courses.
- Castle Rock Museum. Housed in a relocated 1875 train depot (with the original ticket window and baggage claim still inside), this museum offers glimpses into local history and geology.