This suburban haven is located less than 30 miles northwest of Austin and is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas.

KB Home in Leander

Are you ready to explore your options for new homes in Leander, Texas? Consider a brand-new KB Home community in this lovely region. We offer one- and two-story new construction homes for sale in a range of floor plans from 1491 – 3959 square feet. Our flexible designs mean you can choose from 3 - 6 bedrooms and 2 - 4.5 baths, and some homes offer a 3-car garage. Enjoy community amenities that may include a pool, park, basketball court, ponds and walking trails. Plus your new commuter-friendly location also places you close to outdoor recreation at Lake Travis and Devine Lake Park, as well as Crystal Falls Golf Club. You'll be convenient to shopping and dining, and living within a highly desirable school district.

Playground at a KB Home community in Leander, TX
Playground at a KB Home community in Leander, TX

New Homes for Sale in Leander, TX

Welcome to Leander

The city of Leander sprung up along an expanded railroad route in 1882 and early industries here included cotton, sheep and cattle. Today, Leander is a great location for commuters who work in Austin, Round Rock and Georgetown, as well as other Central Texas towns. You'll find lots of opportunities to enjoy outdoor recreation in this area; intrepid explorers will even discover a dozen dinosaur footprints padding their way across a riverbed half a mile west of where the Hwy. 183 bridge crosses the San Gabriel River. (The prints are not marked so find specific directions online and avoid the area during rainy weather.) Here are a few more local highlights you won't want to miss:

  • Crystal Falls Golf Club. Enjoy a family-friendly outing on an 18-hole course set in gorgeous Hill Country. And keep an eye out for water hazards and wildlife along the way.
  • Southwest Williamson County Regional Park. This impressive park features soccer and softball fields, a football field, 400-meter track, tennis and basketball courts, playscape and hiking/biking trail. Plus, don't miss the summer Quarry Splash Pad and hop aboard the Cedar Rock Railroad miniature train.

Leander also lays claim - and lends its name - to a significant archeological discovery made nearby. The Leanderthal Lady was found in December of 1982 and her remains are believed to be 10,000 to 13,000 years old.

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