KB Home in Seminole

KB Home offers two-story new houses for sale in the commuter-friendly areas of this beautiful city. Our ENERGY STAR® certified homes will help you save on utility bills, and you’ll find a range of floor plans and exterior designs to choose from. Your new community will be convenient to water sports and recreation at local beaches, including Redington, Madeira, Treasure Island, St. Pete, and Clearwater. You’ll also be close to shopping, dining, and entertainment, a quick drive to local employers and medical facilities, and convenient to Gandy Bridge, Sunshine Skyway Bridge, and Courtney Campbell Causeway. Discover this amazing city today and schedule a tour with KB Home.

Aerial View of Nearby John's Pass
Model Home Now Open
Artisan Preserve
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 2294 – 3290 sq ft
$355,990 - $395,990
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Welcome to Seminole

Sunny Seminole is located roughly 20 miles west of Tampa and 5 miles south of Largo. The city itself is just under 6 miles, and includes the beautiful Lake Seminole. This family-friendly haven offers cozy neighborhoods, and beautiful wildlife habitats. St. Petersburg College also has a campus located here. A few spots of local interest include:

·       The Florida Botanical Gardens. This beautiful site in nearby Largo boasts 30 acres of cultivated gardens, including a Herb Garden, Tropical Fruit Garden, Cactus/Succulent Garden, Butterfly Garden, and more. You’ll also find a Natural Area devoted to wildlife such as birds, mammals, reptiles, and endangered species, including Bald Eagles, Gopher tortoises, and Sherman Fox squirrels.

·       Lake Seminole Park. This 250-acre county park is a designated wildlife habitat and sanctuary. A two-mile trail will appeal to outdoor enthusiasts, and the park also includes a softball field and volleyball courts. This site is the perfect place to enjoy the gorgeous Florida weather with boating, jet skiing, water skiing, and fishing.

·       The Seminole Historical Society and Museum. Enjoy the stories of the early settlers of Seminole in this local museum “Where the present remembers the past.” The museum also hosts speakers of local interest, including major employers in the area.