Out of the gently rolling, wooded terrain of south Kansas City has emerged a residential development that’s so much more than simply a place to call home. Guided by the vision of developer FiveStar Lifestyles, owned by Cerner Corporation co-founders Neal Patterson and Cliff Illig, the Village of Loch Lloyd has become a destination for discerning homeowners who covet luxury, crave relaxation and are eager to immerse themselves in a complete resort lifestyle experience. Considering Loch Lloyd is comprised of over 1,200 vast, beautiful acres – the best is yet to come.
Loch Lloyd’s transformation into Kansas City’s finest resort lifestyle community is one that’s been fascinating to watch – and it’s far from over. What’s especially compelling about the community is its duality. Gracious estates mingle with mature trees that line the streets of Loch Lloyd, but in the midst of that established neighborhood atmosphere await a number of opportunities for new construc tion – a blank slate, if you will, that’s ready to become part of the larger fabric of Loch Lloyd.
This weekend marks the end of the Fall Parade of Homes, so it’s your final opportunity to visit and tour the six new model homes, each a stunning example of the finest residential architecture and interior design. The new homes are the work of what Chuck Campbell, vice president of real estate development, said is the best, most experienced builder team in Kansas City.
New homebuyers at Loch Lloyd start by selecting from a number of premium homesites, including golf course and waterfront locations. Thanks to the vast acreage of Loch Lloyd, the options are only as limited as your imagination. And no matter which location you choose, you’ll have a picturesque piece of land that serves as the ideal backdrop for your new home.
Exemplary craftsmanship and thoughtfully designed floor plans are of highest importance at Loch Lloyd, which is why the community has assembled what Campbell said is the finest builder team in Kansas City. Loch Lloyd builders include Koehler Building Company, Don Julian Builders, Cecil & Ray Custom Homes, Willis Custom Homes, Evan-Talan Homes, Forner-LaVoy Homes, RM Standard, Rodrock Custom Homes and Starr Homes.
With construction continuing at a brisk pace throughout the community, prospective buyers have the luxury of choice at Loch Lloyd, whether choosing to right-size through intelligent design by selecting a speculative home or working with one of the community’s builders to create the custom home of your dreams.
That sort of flexibility and focus on ensuring each homeowner has the best possible experience are part of the community’s emphasis on an exceptional lifestyle, and one of the many reasons that Loch Lloyd has become such a sought-after choice for so many homeowners. That lifestyle extends beyond Loch Lloyd’s enviable homes to the community’s heart and soul: The Country Club at Loch Lloyd. This is where the community comes together to enjoy recreation and relaxation with amenities that include a fully equipped fitness center, tennis courts, swimming pools and the community’s crown jewel: the Tom Watson Signature Design golf course.
Inside the clubhouse, residents gather at formal and informal dining venues for leisurely, conversation-laden meals. The sense of community is enhanced by events held throughout the year, including wine tastings, deck crawls and holiday celebrations.
All of this that Loch Lloyd has to offer (and more) is the result of FiveStar Lifestyles, at the helm of which are two of Kansas City’s finest developers. Far from being merely developers in name, Illig and Patterson remain committed to and an integral part of the success of Loch Lloyd, working tirelessly with the community’s renowned builders and architects to bring the dream of creating Kansas City’s finest resort lifestyle community into reality.
There’s no better time to become a part of this compelling story and start a new chapter of your own. The Loch Lloyd lifestyle awaits. Visit this weekend.
Prices: $500,000 to multimillion-dollar estates.
Hours: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. this weekend.
Directions: From 135th and State Line Road, go east to Holmes Road, south two miles to the community gates.