The long wait has finally paid off: Rodrock Development’s two newest Overland Park communities—Sundance Ridge and The Mill at Riverstone—are finally open! Both developments are primed to stun homebuyers not only with their gorgeous plots of land and unsurpassed amenities, but also the distinctive, quality homes planned.
Located at 175th Street, east of Mission Road to State Line, Sundance Ridge is comprised of Big Sky, Red Fox Run, and Archers Landing. The community is carved out of rolling acreage, winding creeks, and mature trees.
The team at Rodrock Development has planned an array of jaw-dropping amenities. A stunning entry monument will include $1 million worth of fountains and bronze wildlife statues, as well a stone pillars and decorative fencing.
A 4,000-square-foot ski-lodge-styled clubhouse will offer conference rooms, a stately fireplace and bar, and a common area overlooking a beautiful valley. An indoor gymnasium (with a seating capacity for 300 and stage for community events), workout facilities, indoor track, basketball court, climbing wall, and spa will complete this outstanding compound.
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Jeff Ashner with Ashner Construction is proud to be building this one-of-a-kind clubhouse. “Darol has a vision for this center to be the heart of the community,” Jeff says. “It’s a place for people to gather and socialize, drawing the neighborhood together. He sees it as a comfortable environment with casual, warm materials, including stone, rich woods, and log and timber details. The clubhouse will make you feel like you’re on vacation in your own community.”
Ashner Construction hopes to begin construction in spring of 2018 on the clubhouse and will also feature a home on the 2018 Artisan Tour in the Big Sky neighborhood.
What’s more, a total of three pools—including an Olympic-sized and a zero-entry pool with splash pads and fountains—and playgrounds, picnic areas, and some 3 1/2 miles of paved trails make the most of this beautiful piece of land. A greenhouse will enable homeowners to grow their own produce, while a campground for children will provide hours of fun and adventure.
A sales trailer is due onsite in early July, and model homes in Archer’s Landing are already underway, including reverse-1 1/2-story homes by Hilmann Home Building and First Choice Custom Homes, 1 1/2-story homes by JS Robinson, Rob Washam, and James Engle Custom Homes, and a 2-story plan by Tabernacle Homes. Anticipated price points range between $450,000 and $600,000.
“Darol has painstakingly planned a destination like no other,” says Brenda Sanders, President of Rodrock & Associates, Realtors®. “This is a development that will forever change how people view residential real-estate developments. Not only are builders clamoring to be a part of this community, the Blue Valley School District has plans for a state-of-the-art elementary school within the neighborhood!”
Only a few miles away, progress churns out at the picturesque Mill at Riverstone. Perfectly positioned at 183rd and Quivira, the neighborhood is primed to become one of the busiest new-home developments in Overland Park.
“The first phase of this gorgeous community opened to considerable fanfare,” says Brenda Sanders, President of Rodrock & Associates, Realtors®. “With some 200 home sites, The Mill at Riverstone offers some beautiful walk-out lots along city park ground. The serenity and privacy offered by such green space is a rare find—in particular in the Blue Valley School District.”
“Featured builders Hilmann Home Building, James Engle Custom Homes, KC Builders & Design, and BCI Bowen Custom Homes are well underway on their newest model-home creations,” Brenda adds. “Landscaping and the entry monument are complete, and the community has enjoyed its first sales and lot holds.”
The development’s models will include several reverse plans, as well as a 1 1/2-story build, all of which are slated for completion by the Fall Parade of Homes, which runs from September 24th through October 9th.
Forty-one lots are available in the first phase, with a variety of home sites, including level, daylight, and walkouts priced, on average, at $105,900. The Mill at Riverstone will boast 1 1/2-story, reverse, and 2-story plans, with prices ranging from $450,000 to the mid-$500,000.
The second phase will include a child-friendly zero-entry pool, cabanas, playground, picnic areas, and paved trails. And the Mill of Riverstone will have a truly unique clubhouse, as it will have the appearance of an old mill (staying true to the development’s name), complete with running water and pond.
Both the Mill at Riverstone and Sundance Ridge are the answer to the discerning homebuyer’s search. Rodrock Development invites you out to see these incredible communities—before such rare opportunities slip by!
For more information, visit Rodrock.com