Dubbed “a neighborhood within a park” by its residents, Coffee Creek Crossing boasts 50 acres of central open green space surrounded by its quality homes and high-end amenities. But the community is selling out its final phase quickly and has fewer than six lots remaining.
“What sets this luxury development apart from other communities is its peaceful, park-like setting,” said Lily Mantych, who markets Coffee Creek Crossing for Keller Williams Realty Partners. “We have 50 acres of open forested green space, so there is plenty of room for kids to run and explore in their backyard. We are also known for our remarkable attention to detail, including streets, landscaping, amenities, layout and strict architectural standards assuring high quality and unique homes that are unparalleled in this price range.”
Coffee Creek Crossing is ideally located in the heart of Overland Park. It is 1.2 miles west of the 167th Street exit off U.S. 69, which is just minutes from several groceries, movie theaters and a wide variety of newly opened shopping venues located on 135th and 151st streets.
The community has five furnished models and several speculative homes underway. Homes include two-story, 11/2-story and reverse 11/2-story designs in various stages of completion, including move-in ready. The majority of the homes have four bedrooms and multiple bathrooms, and all homes feature three-car garages. The developers require that each home have four-sided architecture with all of the homes’ exteriors finished in stucco, brick or stone.
Coffee Creek Crossing’s current models were built by C & M Builders, Allure Luxury Homes, Koehler Building Company, Tabernacle Homes and Woodbridge Custom Homes.
Homebuyers can select from the available floor plans or bring their own plans and builder with developer approval. Homebuyers who act quickly can add instant value to their new Coffee Creek Crossing home. The community is offering 50 percent off all lower level finishes on select ready-to-move-in homes or a $5,000 gift card to Nebraska Furniture Mart.
Coffee Creek Crossing residents take advantage of the neighborhood amenity complex with a zero-entry heated pool and expansive sunbathing decks; giant waterslide; tot lot with jungle gym, play fort and swings, newly added sports court and a private community soccer park.
The more than 180 school-age children living at Coffee Creek Crossing attend Blue Valley’s newest and highest tech schools: Timber Creek Elementary, Aubrey Bend Middle School and Southwest High School.
What does Coffee Creek Crossing have in common with such highly acclaimed, luxury community developments as Hallbrook Farms, LionsGate, White Horse, the Iron Horse communities and Brookwood? They all have been created by the same veteran residential developers Saul Ellis and Mark Simpson who have developed over their careers much-sought-after, award-winning, acclaimed communities that are well known for their attention to detail and retention of home values.
“These men are well-known and respected in the Kansas City building community for over 40 years,” Mantych said. “Coffee Creek Crossing only adds to their legacy of providing Kansas City families with well-appointed communities that overlook no detail in developing quality upscale communities.”
Coffee Creek Crossing
Prices: Home sites starting in the $90,000s, homes from mid $400,000s to $700,000s.
Directions: U.S. 69 to 167th Street, west to Switzer Road, south to entrance at 169th Street.
Hours: Open at noon daily or by appointment. Closed Wednesdays.
Contacts: Lily Mantych with Keller Williams Realty Partners, 913-897-9666.