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

Wynwood South
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 3552 – 4225 sq ft
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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.