KB Home in Round Rock

As an established homebuilder in this region, KB Home offers new construction homes in our existing and new communities. You’ll enjoy community amenities that may include pools, parks, playgrounds, basketball courts,and walking paths. Your ENERGY STAR® certified home will also be convenient to schools, shopping, golfing, and major employers like Dell, IBM®, National Instruments™, and the University of Texas. So, buy your new home in Round Rock, TX, a city that’s steeped in art, history and outdoor recreation.

Community park in Round Rock, TX
Community park in Round Rock, TX
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Forest Grove - Legend Collection
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 2663 – 3471 sq ft
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Forest Grove - Hallmark Collection
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1965 – 3974 sq ft
$318,995 - $390,995
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Greenlawn Village
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1353 – 2898 sq ft
$244,995 - $301,995
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Pioneer Point
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1340 – 2708 sq ft
$224,995 - $273,995
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Siena
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 1491 – 3125 sq ft
$221,995 - $280,995
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Sunrise Villas
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1516 – 2898 sq ft
$239,995 - $284,995
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Forest Grove - Legend Estates Collection
3 - 6 bedrooms
Size Range: 2325 – 4036 sq ft
$402,995 - $476,995
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Welcome to Round Rock

Located just 15 miles north of the state's capital of Austin, Round Rock boasts an ever-growing population and a thriving local economy. The city bills itself as the "Sports Capital of Texas" for amateur, youth and recreational sports, and this recreation-friendly region offers an impressive array of sports clubs, golf courses and sports arenas. The local parks and trails are a great way to enjoy the outdoors, including the Brushy Creek Trail that runs throughout the city and the Chisholm Trail Crossing Park which brings history to life through sculptures and plaques devoted to local pioneers. More notable sites to see include: 

  • Old Settlers Park. Canvassing 645 acres, this popular park offers playgrounds, picnic and barbeque areas, disc golf, cricket, and fields for baseball, softball and soccer. There are two pavilions and the park hosts annual events and festivals year-round.
  • Round Rock Memorial Park. This community park features a commemorative WWII torpedo and a Vietnam War memorial plaque. The tranquil surroundings include oak trees, walking trails, a softball field, playscape, picnic tables, and more than a few resident geese and ducks. 

This city also has an artistic side. The Round Rock Area Arts Council promotes established and emerging Central Texas artists through exhibits, receptions, workshops and festivals at local venues, including at the acclaimed ArtSpace.