Situated at 171st and Switzer in the acclaimed Blue Valley School District, Terrybrook Farms is Johnson County’s first master plan community since 2008 and a must-see during the Spring Parade of Homes.
Eight stunning, professionally decorated models are open in Terrybrook Farms during the Parade. The thoughtfully designed community envisioned by Don Julian and Brian Rodrock—names synonymous with seeking out innovation, building signature family homes with integrity and delivering concierge customer service—boasts beautiful topography, privacy and contemporary amenities.
Three distinct neighborhoods. Comprised of Maple Ridge, Stone Creek and The Enclave, Terrybrook Farms leverages the experience and financial strength of two of Kansas City’s top builders and developers. With prices ranging from the mid-$400,000s to more than $1 million, the much-anticipated Julian-Rodrock Homes Community provides discerning buyers the chance to purchase or build homes of distinction.
“I’ve been selling homes for 28 years,” said Brenda Haverty, Terrybrook Farms community manager and Weichert, Realtors Graham-Welch real estate agent, “and this is the most exciting residential project I’ve ever been involved with—three neighborhoods, five builders, exclusive estate lots, a five-star amenities package including a clubhouse, resort-style pool and basketball sport court, and an intra-community trail system that hooks up to the beautiful Indian Creek Hike and Bike Trail. Nothing has been overlooked at Terrybrook Farms.”
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Julian and Rodrock handpicked three respected Kansas City builders to join them at Terrybrook Farms: James Engle Custom Homes, Roeser Homes and New Mark Homes.
Stone Creek of Terrybrook Farms. For Teanikia Britton, discovering a home site and the perfect floor plan in Stone Creek at Terrybrook Farms was a bit like falling in love with a wedding dress.
“I knew it was the right fit and very special,” said Britton of the two-story Hepton she is building in the community’s Stone Creek neighborhood with partner Pierre Bingaman. “Terrybrook’s amenities, the home’s features and the home site—everything aligned.”
Lisa Neyens, a ReeceNichols real estate agent who worked with the couple, notes that Terrybrook Farms truly has something for everyone.
“The generous home sites will accommodate pools and gracious family living,” she said. “With multiple price points the appeal is endless. The amenities are going to be wonderful, including walking trails and a lake. There’s a real sense of community in what’s being developed.”
Four model homes in Stone Creek offer buyers a preview of Terrybrook’s stylish living, including Ridgewood Gallery and the Cimarron.
Ridgewood Gallery is a show-stopping Don Julian Builders reverse 1.5-story, five-bedroom, five-bath home. A custom fireplace commands the spacious and airy main level and the gourmet kitchen includes a large island for overflow dining and entertaining. A separate back pantry includes a second oven and custom cabinetry.
Rodrock Homes’ 1.5-story Craftsman-inspired Cimarron is characterized by main level living at its finest, with a large master suite retreat complemented by a spa-like bath, large his-and-hers walk-in closet and laundry room, opening onto a covered porch. Entertaining is a breeze with a well-equipped kitchen—outfitted with a walk-in pantry and gourmet appliances—that transitions into a great room and eat-in breakfast nook. The upper level is designed as a kids’ haven, with a loft, three bedrooms/baths and a separate laundry facility.
Maple Ridge of Terrybrook Farms. When Travis and Laura Copus were on their way to a baby shower last year, they drove past Terrybrook Farms and were immediately inspired and imagined raising their family in the burgeoning community.
“We saw a neighborhood going in at 171st and Switzer and, although at the time there wasn’t much to see, we liked what we saw,” Travis Copus said. “The location—it feels secluded but has easy access to the highway and convenience to shopping and dining— and the proximity to elementary and middle schools and Blue Valley Southwest were key.”
The couple has two young sons and had discussed building a house if they didn’t find something on the market that fit their specific checklist. After exploring the possibilities at Terrybrook Farms the Copus’s purchased a cul-de-sac home site that backs up to a lush tree line and chose a 1.5-story floor plan with New Mark Homes. The open design will accommodate their family and entertaining friends; the walkout basement and main level master suite fit their criteria.
Models open for tour during the Parade include the 1.5 reverse story Morgan by New Mark Homes and the two-story Cooper by Roeser Homes, among others.
Visit today 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Traffic and sales are brisk at Terrybrook Farms—hurry to experience Johnson County’s premier community by Don Julian and Rodrock Homes during the spring parade. “Buyers find this unique community embodies the tradition of an enduring family lifestyle,” Rodrock said. For more information about Terrybrook Farms, call 913-424-3002 or visit terrybrookfarms.com.
Terrybrook Farms: A Julian-Rodrock Homes Community
Hours: Open daily 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. during the 2017 Spring Parade of Homes through May 7:
Prices: Range from mid-$400s to more than $1 million
Location: 171st & Switzer Rd., Overland Park
Rodrock Homes wins four American Dream awards
Silver Award: 526,000 - 544,000 #342 Rodrock Homes at Terrybrook Farms - Maple Ridge
Silver Award – Tie: $645,000 - 690,000 #331 Rodrock Homes at Summerwood
Gold Award: $718,000 - 740,000 #336 Rodrock Homes at Terrybrook Farms - Stone Creek
Silver Awards: $860,000 - 900,000 # 343 Rodrock Homes at Terrybrook Farms - Stone Creek