Kensington Ranch Estates
About the Community
Situated in Selma, part of the San Antonio Metropolitan area, Kensington Ranch offers convenient access to public parks, outdoor recreation, entertainment, shopping, and dining opportunities. Twelve floor plans are available with Life Tested® features including open island kitchens, spacious walk-in closets, formal dining areas, and game rooms. Located within the Schertz-Cibolo Independent School District, Kensington Ranch is the perfect place to call home.
What Life's Like
Experience the best of small town life and oversized home sites at Kensington Ranch Estates, with roomy Life-Tested® floor plans offering space for your family to grow. Live in quaint Schertz but close to the action of the city--a short drive from I-35 and the Forum Shopping Center, and fifteen minutes from downtown San Antonio and The Riverwalk.Request Info
- Recognized Schertz-Cibolo ISD
- Minutes from Randolph Air Force Base
- Conveniently Located by IH-35 and Loop 1604
- Minutes from the Forum Shopping Center
- 15 Minutes Northeast of Downtown San Antonio
- New Life Tested® Plans Built for the Way you Live
- Larger Homesites Available up to 1/3 Acre
Build Quality Experience
Over 65 years of experience go into the building of every Pulte home, and our construction standards are set high to meet and exceed industry expectations. Learn more about our quality build process.
Why Build New
Home is where the heart is. And when you build new, you have the opportunity to put your heart and soul into the planning of your home. It becomes uniquely yours. From extra storage where you need it and a kitchen that works for you to the energy efficiency features in a new home, building new just makes sense.
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