Loch Lloyd’s transformation into an iconic lifestyle destination is far from over. A building boom is sweeping the community, thanks to a varied selection of new homesites that has captured the imaginations of prospective buyers. Many of these buyers are often surprised to learn that they can build a custom home for under $1 million without sacrificing size, quality or location. Instead, all of that — and more — is available at Loch Lloyd.
In addition to the enviable new homesites that surround the Tom Watson Signature Golf Course, a variety of homes are also available at Loch Lloyd. The community offers homes in a wide range of prices, from resale villas priced in the $400,000s to multimillion-dollar estate homes. As a result, prospective buyers can easily find a home that fits their needs, surrounded by the incredible ambiance and amenities of Loch Lloyd.
“Every home in Loch Lloyd is custom-built,” said Ashlea Black, agent, Loch Lloyd Real Estate. “Unlike other communities, there isn’t a pre-determined ‘cost per square foot.’ Rather, the buyer determines their costs through their choice of homesite, builder and level of finish work.”
One of the most appealing factors of Loch Lloyd is that prospective buyers don’t have to settle for diminished quality to take advantage of a more accessible price point. Amenities, fixtures and finishes once reserved for million-dollar homes are now featured in homes of all sizes, lending a timeless elegance and appeal to all Loch Lloyd homes.
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“Luxury isn’t reserved for estate-sized homes,” Black said. “It can be enjoyed in villa or family-sized homes, too.”
Black credits Loch Lloyd’s design standards as a way to ensure impeccable quality and design at any price.
“The design standards are high, including four-sided architecture and landscaping,” she said. “This provides a consistent look throughout the community, regardless of the size or style of the home.”
One of Loch Lloyd’s newest listings is an ideal example of the quality, craftsmanship and detail that awaits Loch Lloyd buyers. A 4,000-square-foot reverse 1½-story home by J.S. Robinson Fine Homes, priced at $819,950, embodies the coveted trifecta of size, location and luxury. Interior features include up-to-the-minute tile flooring, lighting and cabinetry, all of which lend a sophisticated look to the home.
“Nothing was spared,” Black said. “The tile floors are heated on both levels of the home and elevated light fixtures and finish work can be enjoyed throughout the home.”
Smart features enable the homeowner to control the home from a smartphone or tablet. The home’s convenience and functionality is further enhanced with zero-entry showers and a lighting control system. Outside, the home offers picturesque views thanks to a wooded homesite that faces the first hole of the Sechrest-designed golf course. And a prime location within Loch Lloyd puts the homeowner just moments from The Country Club at Loch Lloyd clubhouse and the community’s main gate, through which the world-class shopping, dining and entertainment of Leawood and Overland Park are just a short drive away.
As a flurry of new construction continues throughout Loch Lloyd, now’s an ideal time for prospective buyers to find their Loch Lloyd dream home. Available homesites include select stunning locations overlooking the pristine 110-acre lake; from custom estate lots that are spectacular wooded acreage with Loch Lloyd’s highest building standards; to lots that overlook the seven-acre golf course lake with spectacular golf views beyond; and other lots that are designed for those looking to right-size.
Visit Loch Lloyd this weekend and explore the art of the possible with model homes from several members of Loch Lloyd’s building team, including Don Julian Builders, Cecil & Ray Homes, Willis Custom Homes, Starr Homes and Forner LaVoy Builders. Homes are open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. this weekend.
Prices: $500,000 to multimillion-dollar estates
Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays
Directions: From 135th and State Line Road, go east to Holmes Road, south two miles to the community gates.