This cozy town will appeal to indoor and outdoor enthusiasts alike with its proximity to Research Triangle Park and a host of greenway trails and recreational parks.

KB Home in Cary

We offer a great selection of new homes for sale in Cary, North Carolina. Our new construction two-story homes in this region come in a variety of floor plans, each with a 2-car garage. Some homes are available with finished basements that include a recreation room and powder bath, and some floor plans allow for lower level living with a spacious recreation room, bedroom and full bath. You’ll find some wooded communities here, with a covered picnic area and walking trail. Your new community allows you access to highly-rated Cary schools, and you’ll also be close to Thomas Brooks Park and Crossroads Plaza. KB Home is an experienced homebuilder in this region, and we welcome you to schedule a community tour today.

Amenity park at a KB Home community in Cary, NC
Amenity park at a KB Home community in Cary, NC

New Homes for Sale in Cary, NC

Welcome to Cary

This bustling city is located less than 10 miles from Raleigh and was originally settled around a railroad junction. Today, Cary is close to Research Triangle Park (RTP), a 7,000-acre high-tech research facility that's considered the largest research park in the country. Over 250 companies can be found at RTP, including IBM® and Lenovo™. The city also attracts outdoor enthusiasts with its gorgeous wooded hillsides, and sparkling creeks and lakes. Residents flock to Fred G. Bond Metro Park, a 310-acre site that provides athletic fields, picnic areas, a playground, walking trails and an amphitheater. Locals also enjoy Lake Crabtree County Park, which offers hiking, picnicking, mountain biking, fishing and boating. Additional highlights include:

  • American Tobacco Trail. Stretching over 22 miles and crossing through multiple counties and towns in the Triangle Region, this trail was a former railroad corridor. The trail is open for non-motorized users, such as hikers and cyclists, and some portions are also available to equestrians.
  • The Page-Walker Hotel (also the Page-Walker Arts & History Center). Built in 1868 to accommodate railroad passengers, this hotel now houses the Cary Heritage Museum where a timeline exhibit and interactive displays bring the city's unique history to life.