Some $2 million worth of enhancements are beautifully bringing together four Olathe neighborhoods in a venture that’s a first in Darol Rodrock’s impressive 35-year career. The largest Rodrock Developoment community to date, Stonebridge, promises to offer protected home values and a slew of amenities never before offered in this price range.
When Kris Flint became one of the first owners at One Park Place in 2007, the building had everything he was looking for: the chance to create a truly customized home, scenic surroundings, a concierge staff that is unmatched in the city and million-dollar amenities.
“Downsizing” has become the buzz word for today’s homebuyer, but it involves much more than just finding a smaller home.
Is now the time to improve your lifestyle? Purchase the weekend lake home you always wanted? If the answer is yes, look no further than Tera Miranda Shores on Grand Lake in Oklahoma.
Chapel Hill, in south Overland Park and now entering the second phase called the Estates, has become one of the best new-home neighborhoods in Johnson County.
Spring is a prime time for new-home construction. And at Cedar Creek, the already brisk pace of activity is heating up even more thanks to a combination of continued interest from prospective residents and a diverse new-home selection from the community’s celebrated building team.
The Villas of Highlands Ranch is showcasing two newly designed homes that are now available in this elegant, maintenance-provided community.
Market-leading home builder Summit Custom Homes announced Friday it will be opening up all of its Spring Parade of Homes entries Friday, April 18, and Saturday, April 19, the weekend before the Parade starts, for a special sneak peek.
The upscale WatersEdge community is bustling with building activity as 14 award-winning builders work to keep up the strong homebuyer demand in this eastern Johnson County community, located just south of Leawood in Overland Park.
Homes have been selling so quickly at Parkway Village, one of the Northland’s newest communities, that only three inventory homes remain available. The five builders in the community are now digging basements for new inventory homes to meet the demand.
It’s wasn’t long ago that homebuyers found themselves on the winning end of the Kansas City real estate market, enjoying both modest prices and a large inventory of homes from which to choose. Today, local buyers are experiencing a much different scenario.
Homebuyers who can’t decide between the seclusion and natural beauty of a home in the country and the convenience of living in the city may want to consider a home in Fairway Ridge Estates.
When it comes to marketing and listing enviable properties that combine luxurious surroundings with a coveted location in the heart of Kansas City, Boveri Realty Group is at the top of the list.
Sometimes a housing development is more than just a development; sometimes it’s the realization of a lifelong dream.
When Steve and Cheryl Woodson were ready to transition from a single-family home in Liberty to a maintenance-provided lifestyle, they found the Lime Stone Road Townhomes at The National a perfect fit. And they didn’t sacrifice living space.
New Longview on the west side of Lee’s Summit is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Reminiscent of Brookside, Waldo and other classic Kansas City neighborhoods with four-sided architecture, this walkable neighborhood has what the marketing team said are the best schools in the state and 16 new home plans with open or traditional floor plans, large closets and the flexibility of personal design opportunities.
Farmers National Company has earned its reputation as the nation’s largest and best farm management and real estate company but it sells far more than just land. Farmers National is also one of the largest real estate brokers in the world when it comes to selling country homes.
Spring is right around the corner and traffic in Sweetwater Creek has been brisk with potential homebuyers looking to make their move in 2014. If you haven’t been to Sweetwater Creek lately, it’s time for a visit. A furnished model home is open and four more homes are under construction, one of which is already sold.
“Riverstone Retirement Community, in the Kansas City Northland, offers an exciting lifestyle and the freedom to appreciate life’s little joys, friends and family. If you are over 55 years of age you qualify,” said Jon Robinson, manager.