KB Home in Temple

Why not consider a new home in Temple, Texas? KB Home is an established homebuilder in this area, offering one- and two-story ENERGY STAR® certified new construction houses. You’ll find a wide range of flexible open concept floor plans to choose from, each one featuring a 2-car garage. You’ll also enjoy community amenities that may include a park, walking trails, and a playscape. Your new neighborhood will be convenient to Fort Hood, Belton Lake, Scott & White Memorial Hospital, and within walking distance to Lake Belton Middle School. Look no further than KB Home for your new house in the Temple area.

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Village of Sage Meadows
3 - 5 bedrooms
Size Range: 1965 – 2708 sq ft
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Welcome to Temple

This cozy town is located 65 miles north of Austin and 34 miles south of Waco. The city was founded in 1881 and named for a Santa Fe Railroad official, Bernard Moore Temple. The Scott & White Medical Center is a major local employer and it ranks among the top 10 hospitals in Texas by U.S. News and World Report. Temple’s healthy economy also includes a strong goods distribution industry bolstered by the city’s proximity to major hubs such as Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Houston. Local landmarks you won’t want to miss include:

·       The Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum. Witness the city’s roots with a tour of this local museum tucked inside a historic Santa Fe Railway depot. Visitors can explore railroad history through exhibits, educational programs, and special events. This site also features an active railroad yard.

·       The Wilson House.  Ralph Wilson, Sr., the founder of Wilsonart®, built this innovative home in 1959 as a primary residence that would also showcase the multiple interior uses of his company’s prime product, laminate. From countertops to drawers to wall siding, this ranch-style home was an architectural front-runner to techniques that would not be widely employed until the 1970s. Visitors today will also be amazed by the durability of the original laminate still found in this home. This house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open for tours by appointment.