This Houston suburb offers small-town charm with its plentiful parks and family-friendly outdoor recreation.

KB Home in Pearland

Discover new homes in Pearland, Texas, by touring a KB Home community today. As an established homebuilder, we offer energy-efficient one- and two-story homes with flexible floor plans. Enjoy community amenities that may include a recreation center, pool, park and playground, as well as scenic lakes. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new construction home will also be convenient to excellent schools, shopping, and entertainment, with easy access to Pearland Medical Center, William P. Hobby Airport, and downtown Houston. To find the best selection of new homes for sale in this area, contact KB Home.

Playground and park at a KB Home community in Pearland, TX
Playground and park at a KB Home community in Pearland, TX

New Homes for Sale in Pearland, TX

Welcome to Pearland

Located just south of Houston, tranquil Pearland offers over 175 acres of parks. You'll also find trails for walking, hiking, biking, and jogging, including Shadow Creek Ranch Nature Trail and Mary's Creek Trail. The John Hargrove Environmental Complex & Wetlands offers the perfect spot for birdwatching, and golfers will find plenty of places to putt, including the Southwyck Golf Club, Golfcrest Country Club, and Pearland Golf Club at Country Place. Ready for more? Check out these unique local features:

  • The Beer Can House. John Milkovisch was a retired upholsterer for the Southern Pacific Railroad when he decided to landscape his yard with marbles, rocks, and metal as a way to avoid mowing the lawn. Once the ground was covered, he set his sights on his unsuspecting house, and in 1968 he began covering the facade in flattened beer cans. The estimated 50,000 cans make up what might be the world's most extreme recycling project - and also apparently lower his energy bills. Located in nearby Houston, this site is owned by the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art and is open for tours.
  • Pear-scape Trail. In Pearland you would certainly expect to find pears and the city doesn't disappoint. This art installation is city-wide and features 4-ft. high (inedible) pears beautifully decorated by local artists.

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