The new home communities in San Antonio at Kinder Ranch has combined lovely housing with the natural beauty of the San Antonio Hill Country.
Our charm doesn’t stop with beauty, there is much more that you can expect when you buy from us.
Most families’ lives today focus around the kitchen as the main hub of the home. And most families want a kitchen that opens into space where they are most comfortable living. This room combination has come of age and now represents the heart of our home with stylish yet functional food preparation areas and smart storage systems. Well-designed spaces for socializing and relaxing without invading a chef’s workspace are a hallmark of our sought after open floorplans in our new homes for sale in San Antonio.
Lighting that Actually Lights Up the Room
In years past, lighting was almost an afterthought. In our San Antonio homes, the thinking about light begins as part of the design process. That forethought shows up in the form of perfectly placed recessed lighting over big kitchen islands, and pendant lights between the living room and the breakfast bar. The chandeliers chosen for our dining rooms put out the right amount of light while at the same time being interesting enough to count as a piece of art.
The materials we use for our homes are durable and attractive. Countertops are granite and our backsplashes feature tile in tasteful patterns to add visual interest. Our kitchen cabinets are custom-made from quality woods and are durable and lovely in design and color.
High-quality hardware is standard on our cabinet doors and features modern, contemporary styles. Expect lovely finishes to accompany our sturdy construction and expert craftsmanship.
Master-planned communities are exceptionally fun because of the amenities. Families have everything they need to enjoy a quality lifestyle, including a beautifully designed Recreation Center with a meeting room, covered patio, and a junior Olympic swimming pool. You’ll find all these amenities and more in our environmentally sensitive San Antonio master-planned community—on the banks of Cibolo Creek.