When buyers picture their new home, they usually have a neighborhood in mind, too. It’s close to work, safe, has great neighbors, fits their price range and has amenities that fit their lifestyle. However, when those same homebuyers have children (or plan to), one factor rises to the top of the list — access to quality schools.
That’s why all four exclusive Inspired Homes communities are located in the most sought-after neighborhoods surrounding Kansas City, where families value a quiet lifestyle with all of the conveniences — shopping, dining and most importantly, world-class schools.
“Buyers come to Inspired Homes looking for the perfect home for their family and the quality of the school system is one of their top considerations,” said CEO Ernie Wassmann. “All of our communities fall within the borders of school districts ranked in the top 10 in overall quality by Kansas City Business Journal.”
The Huntford in Olathe and The Reserve in Lenexa are two Inspired Homes’ communities served by the Olathe School District, the fastest growing school district in the area. The school system boasts seven Kansas Teachers of the Year, and in 2013 alone awarded 10 National Merit Finalists and $36.6 million in scholarships.
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In addition to superior public school choices, The Reserve in Lenexa is just around the corner from St. James Academy, the newest and largest private Catholic high school in the Kansas City area.
Students living in Kensington Farms in Lee’s Summit attend classes in the Raymore-Peculiar School District, where class sizes are small and attendance and graduation rates are over 95 percent. The Raymore-Peculiar High School was recently designated an International Baccalaureate World School.
Model homes are slated to open next month in Whispering Pines in Kansas City, Kan., where students attend the modern Piper School District’s facilities. With all grades on the same campus, Piper schools combine a small-town feel with an advanced college preparatory curriculum.
“The portfolio of homes available to families at Inspired Homes provides choice and affordability,” said Vice President Dan Walsh. “Our two-story floor plans are spacious and open with inspired finishes and generous storage, and all layouts have the flexibility to accommodate growing families’ changing needs throughout the years. For example, the pocket office upstairs makes a great computer room for kids, or can be converted into a workout room or additional walk-in closet. And the loft area can be used as an extra bedroom or play area – the possibilities are endless.”
Locally owned and operated, Inspired Homes builds new homes, with the finishes, space and storage homebuyers want and with the architectural style and interior layout they prefer, in just 90 working days.
All Inspired Homes offer energy-efficiency products, including exterior walls built with 2-foot by 6-foot construction, compared with the industry standard of 2-foot by 4-foot; blown-in insulation that is 2 inches thicker and doesn’t sink to the bottom over time like standard fiberglass insulation; 95 percent efficient furnaces, power-vented, Low-E glass windows; a dry-basement system that prevents leaks, insulated basements with drywall ceilings and much more.
“Your dream home has to make dreams come true for every member of your family,” said Walsh. “That’s why we custom build affordable Inspired Homes in the best neighborhoods in the area — communities that we’re proud to call home.”
To learn more about Inspired Homes, visit www.inspired-homes.com.