Happy Mother’s Day and welcome to the final day of the Spring Parade of Homes. For those who have enjoyed it or are going to take advantage of it today, the developers of Lime Stone Road Townhomes at The National thank you for your interest and making this Parade one of the best.
With further development plans unveiled during the Parade and the ability to show clients the spectacular views offered in the second phase of Lime Stone Road Townhomes, reservations for these homes have made this Parade one of the best since the real estate downturn, according to Chris Powell of Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Kansas City Homes. The first building of the new phase is sold out and reservations have been taken on the next building in the second phase.
Lime Stone Road Townhomes are part of the nationally recognized National community in Parkville. Its rolling terrain, breathtaking views, natural habitat, award-winning Park Hill School District and, of course, its Tom Watson Signature Golf courses are just a few reasons why The National stands apart from all other developments, the marketing team said.
A bonus to being part of this community is the active residents who, along with the homeowners association, organize several parties each year. These parties along with several resident gatherings throughout the year, keep this community in touch.
Among the conveniences within minutes of The National is Parkville Commons, a 250,000-square-foot retail center, whose shops offer basic necessities for the residents of The National. They can buy their groceries at Price Chopper, pick up dry cleaning at Pride Cleaners, find their everyday needs at Walgreen’s and dine at Nick-n-Jake’s, Rusty Horse Tavern, Jimmy John’s, Sakae Sushi and Pizza Hut. It is also home to the metropolitan area’s most active and vibrant health and wellness center, the Platte County Community Center/YMCA.
Those seeking outdoor activity can walk or run beside the Missouri River while visiting English Landing Park or become one with nature while walking or running in Parkville’s Nature Sanctuary.
Even with all these conveniences outside residents’ front door, they may still find it difficult to leave The National where they can enjoy golf on one of two 18-hole championship courses, tennis, swimming and both formal and casual dining venues.
As you enter Lime Stone Road you will notice meticulous landscaping, white picket fences, Cape Cod architecture and well maintained exteriors. You feel a level of comfort, knowing as an owner you never have to take time out of your life to paint your home, repair the roof, fix or clean gutters, mow, mulch, trim, fertilize or even remove snow from your sidewalks and driveways.
The landscaping and exterior finishes are just the beginning; walk in the front door and you will see quality throughout, the marketing team said. You will be surprised at the high ceilings, large expanse of windows, efficient living spaces with the kitchen, great room and master suite on one level. The townhomes feature custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, screened-in porches, in-home audio systems, hardwood floors, oversized garages and GE appliance packages.
Two residents who took advantage of everything Lime Stone Road Townhomes has to offer are Bob and Sue Martin. It took a few years and a circuitous route to move to the Lime Stone Road Townhomes at The National Golf Club of Kansas City in Parkville, but they are happy their journey ended there.
“My wife works for Cerner and several years ago, they wanted the executives to move to Kansas City,” Martin said.
The Martins enjoy the small-town atmosphere of Parkville and the serenity of the Lime Stone Road Townhomes.
“Parkville is just such a great town,” Martin said. “It’s kind of a hidden secret. It is quiet up here and we see deer and wild turkey all the time. Our townhome overlooks the Deuce and we have great views of the golf course.”
In fact, they joined The National Golf Club of Kansas City, where they have easily made friends. The maintenance-provided aspect of the Lime Stone Road Townhomes was a bonus.
Powell, the marketing agent, said with prices starting at about $300,000 coupled with historically low interest rates, the Lime Stone Road Townhomes offers an unprecedented opportunity for those who want to experience The National’s active resort lifestyle.
“The changing demographic trend has people looking to get out from under the big mortgage and out of the big house,” Powell said. “Our buyers are thrilled with the opportunity to downsize their mortgage and upgrade their lifestyle. It’s no wonder Lime Stone Road Townhomes were voted Community of the Year. It’s a very special place to live.”