Auburn

A suburb of Seattle, Washington, this city offers a desirable location in the backdrop of spectacular Mt. Rainier, abundant recreation, arts & entertainment, and close proximity to major employers.

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Our new construction homes for sale in Auburn, Washington are uniquely built for the way you want to live. One- and two-story floor plans have expansive great rooms, modern kitchens with walk-in pantries, large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, upstairs laundry areas, plus dens and lofts that can be converted to a home office or gym. Select homesites offer low-maintenance front and rear yard landscaping. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet.

Our new Auburn communities are conveniently located near shopping, dining and entertainment, as well as outdoor recreation at Isaac Evans Park, Soos Creek Trail, Lake Meridian, Auburn Golf Course, Saltwater State Park and Star Lake. The major cities of Seattle and Tacoma are within 20 miles of home, and our new Auburn communities are easily accessible to highways 18 and 167, I-5 and commuter train stations.

KB model home great room in Auburn, WA
KB model home great room in Auburn, WA

New Homes for Sale in Auburn, WA

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3 - 4 bedrooms
Size Range 1,867 - 2,065 sq ft
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Size Range 1,629 - 2,751 sq ft
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Welcome to Auburn

Known as the gateway to Mt. Rainier, Auburn is located in King County,  a suburb of Seattle, Washington. The city is a commerce leader in the Pacific Northwest, with Boeing a major local employer. A popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, residents and visitors alike can enjoy bike trails, golf courses, fishing areas and open space. Family-friendly parks have baseball and soccer fields, basketball courts, playgrounds and picnic areas, while the city’s 26+ miles of trails include Auburn's 4.5-mile section of the Interurban Trail. The city’s numerous arts and cultural opportunities include galleries, performing arts venues, public programs and more. Additional highlights of local life include:

  • Downtown Auburn. This historic area offers shopping and dining, and is the site of community activities and annual traditions, including the city’s nationally renowned Veteran’s Day Parade, the largest west of the Mississippi.
  • Lake Tapps. A beautiful glacier lake at the base of Mt. Rainier’s foothills, guests can enjoy boating, swimming, skiing and fishing, as well as cycling, hiking and bird watching.

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