KB Home in Denver

KB Home is proud to be an established homebuilder in Denver, Colorado, offering single-family and paired homes in our existing and new home communities. You'll find traditional designs along with mid-century modern architecture, and master-planned communities. Choose from floor plans that may include a loft, den, basement, and 3-car garage for a personalized home. Community amenities may include parks, pools, and walking trails. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new home will also be convenient to shopping, downtown, and major employers. If you're looking at Denver area real estate, look no further than KB Home.

Parks and open space nearby a KB Home community in Denver, CO
Parks and open space nearby a KB Home community in Denver, CO
New Homesites Now Available
Stapleton Wildflower Collection
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1630 – 1889 sq ft
$466,995 - $483,995
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New Homesites Now Available
Stapleton Paired Homes - Villa Collection
2 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1299 – 1574 sq ft
$396,995 - $412,995
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Stapleton Starlight Collection
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 2301 – 2890 sq ft
$677,500 - $729,500
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Welcome to Denver

The capital of Colorado began life as a mining town and you'll find evidence of the city's roots throughout its 53 historic districts, including the recently designated Packard Hill. Today the city is known for its outdoor activities, great food and entertainment options, and community-centric festivals. Hikers enjoy the trails at Castlewood Canyon and Deer Creek Canyon Loop, and cyclists pedal along the Cherry Creek Trail and the High Line Canal Trail. The city also has a thriving local economy; Denver was ranked number one on Forbes' 2015 List of the Best Places for Business and Careers. A few more local highlights include:

  • A Taste of Colorado. This free annual festival bills itself as “Denver’s ultimate music weekend” and it’s easy to see why. Enjoy music from over 25 national and regional artists, over 50 food venters, 175 marketplace venders, and a KidZone with arts and crafts and entertainment.
  • Bluffs Regional Park and Bluffs Loop Trail. This 253-acre park includes a 2.7-mile loop trail with gorgeous views of Denver and the Colorado Front Range mountains. Horseback riding, bicycling, and dogs on leashes are also allowed on this trail.
  • The Molly Brown House Museum. This restored 1880s Victorian mansion is now a museum highlighting the lives of the Titanic survivor and her husband (a successful miner), and how mining impacted the Denver economy.