Rausch Coleman Homes has six Northland homes ready to move into in March. The company’s exciting concept of building beautiful, affordable homes for the first-time homebuyer has been keeping it busy.
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Meg McCarthy, sales professional for Rausch Coleman Homes, said its success is spurred by buyers’ appreciation of the open designs of the four available ranch plans and the newest two-story plan, as well as the wide variety of options that allow buyers to personalize their homes with exceptional pricing.
The six homes Rausch Coleman will have completed by next month have a limited-time special incentive allowing the buyer to add a washer, dryer and refrigerator for free.
“All of the homes have full basements which can be finished for additional space,” McCarthy said. “These are healthy and energy-efficient homes and have Rausch Coleman’s limited lifetime warranty. And since Rausch Coleman has been building homes for nearly 60 years, buyers can be assured the company will be here to honor that warranty.”
The limited lifetime warranty covers the roof system, foundation wall system and structural load-bearing walls of the home. The company manages all warranty work for the homeowner.
Rausch Coleman’s philosophy is to make each meticulously constructed home affordable, offering the lowest price possible while including quality features such as concrete basements, a 10-year waterproofing foundation warranty, a water-barrier house-wrap system, 30-year architectural shingles, stone and vinyl exterior features, engineered roof trusses and double-pane, low-E vinyl windows.
Rausch Coleman Homes allows the new homeowners, when building, to decide which features they want. The company offers base pricing with base interior features that allows buyers to price their home with the features that are important to them. Design choices can include hardwood flooring, granite counter tops, raised cabinetry, ceramic tiles, gas fireplace, finished basement, three-car garages and more.
If buyers are interested in building their home to move into this summer, now is the time to come in, lock prices and start the process.
The floor plans being built in Line Creek, Barry Brooke and now Bristol Park have three to four bedrooms with two to three bathrooms. There will even be options to add more bedrooms in Bristol Park.
Available home sites include walkout basements and cul-de-sac locations.
Barry Brooke, Line Creek and Bristol Park are prime locations, just minutes from shopping, restaurants and entertainment at Zona Rosa and Boardwalk Square. Quick access to Interstate 29 and U.S. 169 allows residents to reach downtown in about 20 minutes. Village West, with the Legends shopping area, Kansas Speedway, Sporting KC and the new Cerner Corp. office complex, also is about a 20-minute drive. Kansas City International Airport is 10 to 15 minutes away.
Children in all three neighborhoods are in highly rated school districts. Barry Brooke and Bristol Park students attend North Kansas City Schools and Line Creek Meadows’ students attend Platte County R-3 schools.
Line Creek Meadows has access to the new walking/biking trail that leads from Line Creek Parkway to Ambassador Drive. Bristol Park features two community pools, a picnic area and playground.
Rausch Coleman Homes builds throughout the Kansas City area, including Sunrise Farms in Grandview, Plum Creek in Gardner, The Reserve in Lenexa and Whitetail in western Olathe. Future expansion in the Northland and in Johnson County is expected.
Rausch Coleman Homes, a family-owned and operated business, has been building homes for more than 58 years with the mission of “improving lives, one home at a time.” The commitment to its mission has enabled the company to be ranked 34th of the nation’s Top 100 Builders by Builders Magazine.
Rausch Coleman Homes, run by founder Buddy Coleman and grandson John Rausch, started building in Arkansas. The company’s early success led to its expansion to Oklahoma and to the Kansas City area about five years ago.