Austin

The state capital of Texas is also the self-proclaimed “Live Music Capital of the World®” and will win you over with its creative vibe and gorgeous landscape.

KB Home in Austin

You'll find an array of KB Home new home communities in Austin, Texas, offering a selection of floor plan sizes and designs, each with a two-car garage. Community amenities may include playscapes, parks, basketball courts and pavilions. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new construction home will be close to outdoor recreation, including fishing, swimming, jogging and walking at the many parks, pools and lakes around Austin. You'll also be convenient to the extensive shopping, dining and entertainment scene, and close to a flourishing tech industry that includes major employers such as Dell, IBM®, AMD, Apple, Google, Samsung and National InstrumentsTM. Want to learn more? Schedule a tour today.

KB Home community park in Austin, TX
KB Home community park in Austin, TX

New Homes for Sale in Austin, TX

Browse new homes for sale in Landings at Wells Branch
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Landings at Wells Branch


3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1647 – 2239 sq ft
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Browse new homes for sale in Vista Point
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Vista Point


3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1792 – 2881 sq ft
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Browse new homes for sale in Northridge Park

Northridge Park


3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1491 – 2881 sq ft
$290,995 - $341,995
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Browse new homes for sale in Willow Trace
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Willow Trace


3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1516 – 2898 sq ft
$333,995 - $383,995
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Browse new homes for sale in Village at Northtown
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Village at Northtown


3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1353 – 2898 sq ft
$264,995 - $319,995
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Welcome to Austin

While this thriving Texas town offers more than 250 musical venues, Austin isn’t just a creative hub for musicians. The city hosts popular film festivals, including the annual Austin Film Festival with film screenings and a screenplay contest every October, and South by Southwest which celebrates film, music and interactive media. If you’re the outdoorsy type, Austin provides an exhaustive selection of recreational opportunities, with hiking at Mount Bonnell, fishing and boating at Lake Travis, and stand-up paddle boarding at Lady Bird Lake, just to name a few. With such diverse offerings, it’s no wonder Austin ranks as the 11th most populated city in the United States and the 4th most populated city in Texas. It also tops the list of the 125 Best Places to Live in the USA by U.S. News & World Report for 2017 and 2018. Among its many other highlights, you’ll discover:

  • Zilker Park. This 351-acre park includes a Nature and Science Center, Botanical Gardens, recreation center, volleyball courts, playscape, disc golf, picnic areas and more. A theater hosts concerts, and special park events include a kite festival in March and a summer musical.
  • Barton Springs Pool. One more reason to visit Zilker Park? This 3-acre man-made pool that’s sourced by underground natural springs is tucked inside the park.
  • The Broken Spoke. If the website testimonial is correct, it’s the last of the true Texas dancehalls and features live bands as well as dance lessons. 

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