When the Wagner family set its eyes westward to find a new home, it found a most unexpected gem in Rodrock Development’s Arbor Lake. “We liked the neighborhood because it’s not overdeveloped,” says Brent Wagner. “In Arbor Lake you get a sense of rural-ness, but you still enjoy all the benefits of being close to southern and central Johnson County. The community’s proximity to K-10, K-7, and 435 was ideal, too.”
When the Wagner family set its eyes westward to find a new home, it found a most unexpected gem in Rodrock Development’s Arbor Lake. “We liked the neighborhood because it’s not overdeveloped,” says Brent Wagner. “In Arbor Lake you get a sense of rural-ness, but you still enjoy all the benefits of being close to southern and central Johnson County. The community’s proximity to K-10, K-7, and 435 was ideal, too.” Submitted photo
When the Wagner family set its eyes westward to find a new home, it found a most unexpected gem in Rodrock Development’s Arbor Lake. “We liked the neighborhood because it’s not overdeveloped,” says Brent Wagner. “In Arbor Lake you get a sense of rural-ness, but you still enjoy all the benefits of being close to southern and central Johnson County. The community’s proximity to K-10, K-7, and 435 was ideal, too.” Submitted photo

Arbor Lake offers quiet cul-de-sacs, value, and quality homes

December 15, 2017 12:00 AM

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