KB Home in Las Vegas

Our new-home communities in Las Vegas, Nevada, include some master-planned communities and gated communities. Whether you're looking for a single-story home or a two-story home, you'll find a wide range of floor plans to choose from, including 3 - 6 bedrooms, 2.5 - 5 baths, a 2-car garage, and living space spanning from 1657 square feet up to 3095 square feet. Some homesites include large backyards, and some communities offer walking trails. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new home will also be close to top-rated schools, shopping, dining and entertainment, golf clubs, a water park, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, and convenient to casinos, spas, and McCarran International Airport. All KB homes for sale in this region are built to meet NV Energy's strict EnergyPlus™ standards.

Amenity trails at KB Home community in Las Vegas, NV
Amenity trails at KB Home community in Las Vegas, NV
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Caledonia at Summerlin – Collection I
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1896 – 2620 sq ft
$379,990 - $429,990
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Caledonia at Summerlin – Collection II
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1850 – 3095 sq ft
$449,750 - $699,750
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Serene Canyon
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1657 – 2469 sq ft
$297,990 - $327,990
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Oxford Commons
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1760 – 2469 sq ft
$294,990 - $324,990
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Bellazo
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1657 – 2469 sq ft
$344,990 - $344,990
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Lianna
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1657 – 2469 sq ft
$304,990 - $334,990
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Autumn Winds
2 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range: 1497 – 1713 sq ft
$260,990 - $283,990
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Welcome to Las Vegas

Though Las Vegas was incorporated as a city in 1911, you could say the town really came to life in 1931 when Nevada legalized casino gambling. Nestled in the Mojave Desert, the city is now synonymous with nightlife and boasts a landscape of exotic hotels that includes a giant Egyptian-style pyramid and a miniature Statue of Liberty. But there’s more to Vegas than all that decadent distraction. For a change of pace, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art, located on the campus of the University of Nevada, offers fine art exhibits from both local and international artists. And the city’s Natural History Museum features a dinosaur exhibit, live sharks, and a Living History presentation on Ancient Egypt mummification. More can’t-miss attractions include:

  • Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. This 195,819-acre oasis includes a 13-mile scenic drive, hiking and biking trails, camping, and a visitors' center.
  • The Neon Museum™. More than 200 retired signs are gathered in an outdoor display, and the visitors’ center occupies the rescued lobby of the demolished La Concha Motel.

Between the sunny climate and the carefree vibe of the Strip, you might think you’re in paradise – and as it turns out, you actually are. The unincorporated town of Paradise, Nevada, is adjacent to Las Vegas and is the actual location of the famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign as well as most of the Strip.