Thanks to an appealing combination that includes affordable, quality-built homes and a prime location in the Olathe School District that includes the newly built Olathe West High School, Sallee Development community Whitetail continues to see brisk buying activity. And as a result, limited opportunities remain to purchase within the community.
Nestled within scenic treed terrain near the intersection of Kansas 7 and S. Lone Elm Road, Whitetail offers just 17 remaining inventory homes as the community’s final phase continues. Construction in the neighborhood started last summer with 57 homesites, a testament to the continual demand from homeowners searching for affordable, appealing floor plans in an ideal Johnson County location.
The remaining homes offer a mix of reverse 1½-story and two-story layouts from Whitetail builder Johnnie Adams Homes. Prospective buyers are encouraged to stop by the community and tour two furnished model homes. A four-bedroom, three-bathroom Greystone floor plans includes a spacious living area with fireplace that effortlessly transitions into the kitchen and dining room. A covered patio off of the dining room is the perfect spot to enjoy the surrounding views. And the home’s lower level offers an appealing combination of two bedrooms, a bathroom, a large recreation room and ample storage space.
A second model home showcases the Springbrook, a four-bedroom, 2½-bathroom two-story layout with an open, airy main level that flows seamlessly from the foyer to the great room and into the dining area and kitchen. A covered patio is located off the dining room, an ideal place to savor an al fresco meal. Upstairs, an inviting master suite includes a sitting area and a master bathroom with dual sinks and a large tub. A laundry room is conveniently located near all four bedrooms.
Each Johnnie Adams floor plan offers distinctive appeal, yet homes also share coveted features like a three-car garage, granite kitchen countertops, under-mount kitchen sinks and hardwood floors. The affordable price points are further enhanced by thoughtfully selected features that ensure efficiency and durability, including 92 percent efficient furnaces, whole-house humidifiers and tiled bathroom floors.
The remaining inventory homes at Whitetail are priced from $259,950 to $315,000, a fantastic value in Olathe. Additionally, Whitetail buyers work with a dedicated sales team that ensures a positive, personalized experience. JW Snell, who markets Whitetail for Sallee Development, recently expanded his team to include Jeannine Webb, who specializes in helping buyers with listing their home so they can quickly and easily purchase within Whitetail.
The community’s ideal Olathe location not only puts homeowners within minutes of a variety of shopping, dining and services, but also within a short drive of several highways for easy access to points of interest throughout the greater Kansas City area.
Whitetail is also in close proximity to popular Johnson County destination Lake Olathe, a 170-acre lake surrounded by a 208-acre park that’s set to undergo a significant, multimillion dollar expansion. New amenities will include a botanical garden, event center, swimming beach, zip line, ropes course and marina, all within minutes of Whitetail.
For families interested in moving to Whitetail, the community is served by the Olathe School District, including Clearwater Creek Elementary, Oregon Trail Middle and, nearby, the newly built Olathe West High School. The new school is eagerly anticipated, with features that include an open, campus-like layout divided into four communities (one for each grade level) to encourage flexibility and collaboration.
Sallee Development isn’t just committed to creating exemplary yet affordable new home communities; they’re also dedicated to giving back to the community, including the people that make Kansas City such a great place to live. Whitetail is one of several Sallee Development communities that recognizes what the company calls Hometown Heroes, including firefighters, medical professionals, military, police officers and teachers—in short, those who give their time and talent to not only help others, but also make their communities a better place to live and work.
To celebrate those deserving individuals, Hometown Heroes receive a $2,000 incentive at participating Sallee Development communities. That incentive can be used on upgrades or toward the purchase price of the new home—whatever the buyer prefers. Snell said the Hometown Heroes program has been a “tremendous success” at Whitetail.
Make plans today to stop by Whitetail and learn more about the remaining opportunities to purchase in the community. Visit www.SalleeDevelopment.com for additional information or call JW Snell and Jeannine Webb at (913) 296-3573.
Prices: $259,950 to $315,000
Directions: Interstate 35 south to Old Highway 56. Turn right on S. Lone Elm Road and take first left onto W. 143rd St./Dennis Avenue. Turn right onto S. Landon Street to the model home.
Hours: Noon to 6 p.m. Thursday through Monday