Rodrock Development is continuing its long-held legacy of extraordinary communities with two new opportunities in Overland Park: Sundance Ridge and The Mill at Riverstone. Both neighborhoods are thoughtfully planned, close to award-winning schools, full of amenities, and open to only the most trusted homebuilders — ensuring long-term value protection for buyers.
And Overland Park is in considerable demand, earning top rankings in several listings of top places to live. Realtor.com named the suburb the nation’s most family-friendly city, while Money magazine listed it at #29 on its top 50 places to live in 2016 — and the city has landed on the publication’s list since 2006.
So The Mill at Riverstone is perfectly positioned at 183rd and Quivira and 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®. “Everything is under construction! With some 200 home sites, The Mill at Riverstone offers some beautiful walkout lots along city park ground.”
Featured builders James Engle Custom Homes, Hilmann Home Building, and BCI Bowen Custom Homes, and K.C. Builders and Design all have fantastic models currently under construction, due to open late fall. The models will include several reverse plans, a 1 1/2-story build, and a 2-story plan.
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. 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 the neighborhood pool and clubhouse. A child-friendly zero-entry pool, changing cabanas, playground, picnic areas, and paved trails ensure that the neighborhood will be active and maintain its value.
Meanwhile, just east of Mission Road on 175th Street sits Sundance Ridge, which is a community unlike any in Johnson County. Comprised of three neighborhoods — Big Sky, Red Fox Run, and Archers Landing — the development will encompass in excess of 500 acres, including rolling acreage, winding creeks, and mature trees.
The plans for the community are exquisite and embrace a rustic, wide-open, natural tone. A 4,000-plus-square-foot Montana-lodge-styled clubhouse will offer conference rooms, a stately fireplace and bar, and a common area overlooking a beautiful valley. An indoor gymnasium, workout facilities, indoor track, basketball court, climbing wall, and spa will complete this outstanding compound.
Enhancing the clubhouse complex will be a complex with three pools — including an Olympic-sized and a zero-entry pool with splash pads and fountains. Additional amenities planned include playgrounds, picnic areas, some 3 1/2 miles of paved trails linking the various neighborhoods, and green spaces. There are also plans for a children’s campground area, complete with a log-cabin clubhouse.
A sales trailer is currently onsite, and the homebuilding community had a strong reaction to such exceptional plans. “We sold an amazing 42 lots within 48 hours of releasing lots for construction to the building community,” says community manager Bruce Stout.
The model row is already underway at Archers Landing, which will be home to models by Hilmann Home Building, James Engle Custom Homes, Rob Washam Homes, First Choice Custom Homes, J.S. Robinson Fine Homes, and Tabernacle Homes.
Red Fox Run is open to developer-approved builders, but trusted names including C & M Homes, LG Homes, Dreams and Design Builders, Hilmann Home Building, Pyramid Homes, Woodbridge Custom Homes, J.S. Robinson Fine Homes and James Engle Custom Homes have already committed to the community.
Finally, Big Sky, which will also be open to approved builders, will boast homes ranging from $900,000 to $1,000,000-plus. Well-known builders Woodbridge Custom Homes, Ashner Construction, Starr Homes, Pyramid Homes, and J. S. Robinson Fine Homes have already committed to be part of this one-of-a-kind community.
Both communities are in the nationally rated Blue Valley School District. As well, Darol Rodrock’s groundbreaking Moms’ Council will be active in both neighborhoods. An array of family-friendly activities are planned thanks to the Council, including egg hunts, July 4th bike-a-thons, pumpkin-carving contests, and holiday hayrides. These gatherings help neighbors have fun but also build a sense of community and help provide families — and importantly children — a safe place to grow up.
The Mill at Riverstone and Sundance Ridge are truly a discerning homebuyer’s dream come true. Darol’s lifelong goal is to build better communities, and both these neighborhoods more than deliver!
Location: 175th Street and Kenneth Road
Prices: Homes from $400,000 to $1 million; home sites $88,950 and up.
Contact: Bruce Stout or Bob Sloan, Rodrock & Associates Realtors, 913-991-8095, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: Monday 10-5, Wednesday 10-5, Sunday 12-5, Tuesday By Appointment
The Mill at Riverstone
Location: 183rd and Quivira Road
Prices: Homes from $450,000 and up.
Contact: Leslie Young, Rodrock & Associates Realtors, 913-313-8852, Riverstone@rodrock.com
Office Hours: By Appointment