Homes selling quickly in Summit Custom Homes’ communities

06/26/2014 1:53 PM

06/27/2014 8:25 AM

Parkwood at Stoney Creek and Brooks Farm are two of Lee’s Summit’s hottest selling new-home communities, and both are exclusively built by award-winning builder Summit Custom Homes.

Both communities are directly off of Missouri 150 highway in Lee’s Summit: Brooks Farm just north of Missouri 150 and east of Ward Road, and Parkwood just south of Missouri 150 and west of Ward Road.

“We are really excited to be building in both Parkwood and Brooks Farm,” said Megan Fratzke, marketing manager for Summit Custom Homes. “They are great communities, in the award-winning Lee’s Summit School District, close to all of the dining, shopping and entertainment needs you could ever want. Plus, great highway access.”

Parkwood at Stoney Creek is currently the best-selling community in Lee’s Summit, with a total of 21 homes sold in the first five months of 2014.

Community amenities include two swimming pools, a sand volley ball court, two playgrounds and acres of common grounds. Homeowners enjoy easy access to shopping, dining, entertainment and healthcare options.

All homes in the new phases of development are exclusively built by Summit Custom Homes and are priced from the high $200,000s to the mid $400,000s.

Summit is putting the finishing touches on a new model home row featuring four home plans that include two two-story plans, a 11/2-story plan and a reverse 11/2-story plan. In addition, Summit is building a number of move-in ready homes that will be available soon, and some more that are a little further out allowing buyers to select their own finishes if they act quickly.

Later this fall, Summit will complete development of 41 new lots in Stoney Creek Estates and will be offering four new home plans with either three or four bedrooms in each and priced starting from the $240,000s.

Construction also will begin on three new model homes in The Villas at Parkwood this month, with maintenance-provided homes starting in the low $300,000s. Homes are a Mediterranean style and feature four-sided stucco exteriors and ceramic tile terra cotta roofs.

Brooks Farm is the only community in Lee’s Summit to feature Summit Custom Homes’ “Lifestyle Series” of homes. Buyers who build their home in Brooks Farm can select from nine unique interior and exterior finish packages, created by a professional interior designer, Darrell Naeger. Homes are priced from the $230,000s to the $290,000s.

“We are making it easy for buyers to create a beautiful, professionally designed home, without the hassle normally associated with building new,” Fratzke said.

On-site agent, Trey Nation, said, “I’m seeing a lot of traffic, increased sales and just hearing a ton of positive feedback about the homes and overall community. Lots in Brooks Farm are incredibly affordable and HOA dues are low.”

He added, “Now is absolutely the time to buy. I wouldn’t want anyone to miss out on their dream home just because they waited too long.”

Two completed, move-in ready homes are for sale in Brooks Farm and six homes are under construction.

“The variety of homes at different points in the construction process gives you the option to choose a move-in ready home or a home that is ready for your own personal design selections,” Nation said. “There is something for everyone.”

“Summit is offering a variety of different homes at Brooks Farm, which is keeping many different types of people coming back,” Fratzke said. “This area has a lot of life, great neighbors and simply is in an excellent location.”

“We’re also excited to be opening a new playground this month for families to enjoy within the community,” added Nation.

As with every Summit home, buyers can count on the consistent quality and appeal only a builder that’s built nearly 1,000 homes can deliver. Some standards Summit homeowners enjoy are an industry leading 10-year transferable structural warranty; energy-efficient standards such as low-e windows, a moisture resistant weather barrier, and a set-back thermostat; a personalized customer care process that helps guide the homebuyer through the building process from start to finish with as little anxiety as possible; and more.

Many homes include stucco or real lap siding with stone veneer elevations and a three-car garage; and all designer series homes include wide-plank wood flooring in traffic areas, premium Delta plumbing fixtures, custom-built designer cabinetry, rubbed-copper wrought-iron stair spindles, a spa master bathroom with tiled floors and tiled walk-in shower, GE stainless steel appliances, and a walk-in pantry, to name a few.

For information regarding Brooks Farm, contact Trey Nation at 816-522-1306 or treynation@reeceandnichols.com. The sales office is open 12 to 6 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

For information regarding Parkwood at Stoney Creek, contact Missy Barron at 816-786-0181 or mbarron@reeceandnichols.com. The sales office is open 12 to 6 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

For information on Summit Custom Homes, its homes, or the other communities where it builds, visit summitcustomhomeskc.com.

Summit Custom Homes

Locations: Brooks Farm, just north of Missouri 150 and east of Ward Road. Parkwood, just south of Missouri 150 and west of Ward Road.

Hours: Brooks Farm, 12-6 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Parkwood at Stoney Creek, 12-6 p.m. Sunday and 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Contact: Brooks Farm,Trey Nation at 816-522-1306 or treynation@reeceandnichols.com. Parkwood at Stoney Creek, Missy Barron at 816-786-0181 or mbarron@reeceandnichols.com.

Web: summitcustomhomeskc.com.

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