KB Home (NYSE: KBH) today announced the grand opening of Villas at Spring Shadows, its latest community of new single-family homes in Houston.

Villas at Spring Shadows' commuter-friendly location in Spring Branch offers easy access to Beltway 8, US Route 290, Loop 610, and Interstate 10, making it convenient to major employment centers, including the Energy Corridor, The Galleria, Westchase, Texas Medical Center, and downtown Houston.

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Villas at Spring Shadows is located close to several community parks, including Bear Creek Pioneers Park, Moritz Pech Family Park, Memorial Park, and Nob Hill Park, which together offer a mix of open green spaces, sports fields, playgrounds, biking and walking trails, wildlife viewing areas, golf, and a swimming pool. Congressman Bill Archer Dog park, just eight miles away, features two sections differentiated by dog size, agility courses, and wash stations. Residents at Villas at Spring Shadows can enjoy a plethora of nearby retail, dining, and entertainment options at CITYCENTRE®, Memorial City Mall, The Galleria, and Marq*E Entertainment Center.

KB Home is offering six home designs at Villas at Spring Shadows that range from 1,663 to 2,315 square feet, with up to five bedrooms and three baths. First-floor living space, ample storage, open floor plans, and dedicated laundry rooms are characteristic of all the homes at Villas at Spring Shadows. Residents will enjoy the private access and low-maintenance living available at Villas at Spring Shadows, with pricing beginning in the low-$330,000s.

Buyers at Villas at Spring Shadows will have the opportunity to personalize many aspects of their new home, from selecting their homesite and floor plan, to exterior elevation and interior finishes that best fit their lifestyle and budget. As with all KB homes, those offered at Villas at Spring Shadows will be built to ENERGY STAR 3.0® guidelines and include WaterSense® labeled faucets and fixtures, meaning they are designed to be more energy- and water-efficient than other typical new and resale homes, potentially saving home buyers money on their monthly utility bills.