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Melbourne, FL Home Builders



Listed in alphabetical order below, the Melbourne Area features 29 homebuilders currently building new construction homes in 59 communities.


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Life Style Home Builders, Viera Builders and Stanley Homes are the largest builders in the Melbourne, FL Area. Each of these builders bring their passion for quality construction to more than five new home communities each, giving home shoppers the flexibility to choose the right builder to make their dream home a reality in the perfect neighborhood.

The majority of new home communities are clustered in the center of Melbourne. In North Melbourne in Titusville home shoppers can find a cluster of communities. Around South Melbourne in Palm Bay there is another group of new home neighborhoods.

People looking to build a new house in Melbourne can choose from 29 homebuilders to help make their dream home a reality. These Melbourne builders have a passion for quality construction, and have 463 new homes available for sale in 59 Melbourne communities.

Prices for new homes for sale in Melbourne range from $179,990 to $1,090,457. Because Melbourne has a diverse collection of homebuilders, home shoppers can easily find a builder that has a floorplan they love within their budget.

Large Melbourne homebuilders have large floorplan libraries that encompass a wide range of home styles, and can further customize their plans to meet your needs. Melbourne’s custom homebuilders can also design a beautiful new home for your needs.

Coastal styles are embraced by the new home designs in Melbourne. Home shoppers should expect low-pitched roofs, big windows and front porches. Faux shutters, stucco and wrought iron detailing evoke Spanish Colonial styles in these home designs.