Dreaming of living in a custom-built home on acreage or an estate lot?
Rodrock Homes Custom Division builds distinctive custom residences nestled in the most desirable locations throughout Johnson County and Kansas City, including the celebrated Blue Valley School District and top-notch De Soto School District; in Loch Lloyd in the Village of Loch Lloyd; and on handpicked home sites like a scenic two-acre wooded lot at 180th and Mission Road in Stilwell.
“Thanks to the company’s vast experience and financial strength, Rodrock Custom Homes Division is the ideal choice for a buyer searching for an estate lot in one of their communities, their own land or in Loch Lloyd,” said Chuck Campbell, president, Loch Lloyd Real Estate Development. “Rodrock’s philosophy of building a quality home with a high level of client service perfectly aligns with Loch Lloyd’s approach.”
Working with the Rodrock Custom Homes Division means buyers benefit from an acclaimed team of experienced professionals.
“Rodrock’s expertise is heightened by having Tim Suiter on its team,” Campbell said. “He’s one of the best high-end custom project managers in the area.”
Generations of experience. Brian Rodrock, a third-generation residential builder and developer, launched Rodrock Homes in 2002. A centerpiece of the company is the desire to build homes reflecting individual lifestyles.
“We listen carefully to what people want—open design, stylish interiors and trendsetting features—and deliver,” Rodrock said. “I’m proud of our team, contractors and suppliers that are instrumental to making each experience seamless and rewarding.”
Rodrock has one of the area’s largest inventories of prime home sites, including walkout, daylight or level, located in the best school districts and suburbs. The progression Rodrock has made over the past several years offers buyers the opportunity to create estate designs with the award-winning builder that is a collaborative partner, working with architects and interior designers to complete a buyer’s vision.
Built to order. The Rodrock Custom Homes Division caters to a variety of lifestyles, and needs—buyers with a penchant for unique, imaginative and show-stopping details.
“Rodrock ensures an exceptional product based on unsurpassed construction practices and competitive pricing,” said Kerwin Holloway, Colton community manager and ReeceNichols real estate agent. “It’s the gold standard of homes with a foundation of distinction and character.”
Choose custom in a Rodrock community. Colton, Summerwood/Summerwood Estates, Terrybrook Farms—a Julian-Rodrock Homes Community—and Wyngate in Overland Park, and Hills of Forest Creek in Shawnee and Gleason Glen in Lenexa, have custom-build estate sites for discerning buyers.
“It’s a good time to start building a custom home in Summerwood Estates, a popular community that boasts outdoor amenities like a private stocked fishing lake with fountain, kid-friendly sports court, more than two miles of nature trails and a zero-depth entry lagoon-style pool with cabanas and scenic views,” said Michelle Capek, Summerwood/Summerwood Estates community manager and Weichert Realtors Graham-Welch, LLC real estate agent.
When Matt and Kelsey Ronan were shopping for a new home in 2016, they settled on Summerwood’s welcoming neighborhood vibes. That intangible ultimately sold the young couple on the stunning Rodrock community that boasts more than 50 acres of natural green space.
“We visited Summerwood and fell in love with the Summerlin EX because of the open floor plan, main level bonus rooms, gourmet kitchen with plenty of cabinet storage and a walk-in pantry and first-floor master suite,” said Matt Ronan of the couple’s home shopping expedition. “Although we contemplated building in another community, we kept coming back to the families we met in Summerwood, the kids playing outside, the overall ambience.”
The Ronans moved into their custom-built home on a site they chose in Summerwood in mid-December 2016, just in time to entertain Kelsey’s family for the holidays.
“The Rodrock experience was great from the beginning—our project manager, Al Vanderweide and assistant project manager, Josh Kennison, kept things on track and streamlined the process,” Matt Ronan said.
The difference is genuine. The Rodrock Custom Homes Division strives to make building effortless with attention to detail and a commitment to high standards. Jeff Gifford, Rodrock Homes chief operating officer, notes the Rodrock team’s combined efforts simplifies and clarifies communication.
“Our project managers, building liaisons and designers are the best in the market, sharing our unwavering expectations of delivering client satisfaction and fostering strong, trusting and lasting relationships,” Gifford said. “Home design trends come and go, but one thing that remains constant is authentic customer service.”
Get inspired today. Discover how the Rodrock Custom Homes Division can help you dream big and come home. For a private appointment to discuss building your custom home, call Brian Rodrock or Tim Suiter at 913-851-0347. For a complete overview of Rodrock’s available custom home sites visit https://rodrockhomes.com/estate-lots/.
For more information on Rodrock’s professionally decorated model homes throughout Johnson County, open seven days a week, visit RodrockHomes.com. Prices range from $390,000 to more than $2 million.
Cedar Creek—The Crossings at South Glen
Terrybrook Farms (A Julian-Rodrock Homes Community)
Hills of Forest Creek