Bright, beautiful, open and inviting, the 15 homes showcased by Rodrock Homes during the Spring 2018 Parade of Homes feature bold design elements geared for busy family lifestyles. Whether you’re in the market to make a new home purchase or just want to be inspired by current design trends, plan to tour the stunning homes in 10 premier communities loaded with amenities and scattered throughout Lenexa, Overland Park and Shawnee now through May 13.
As one of Johnson County’s leading residential home builders and developers, Rodrock’s standout homes abound with gourmet-inspired kitchens, master suite retreats, dramatic great rooms and creative flex rooms, all located in acclaimed school districts, including award-winning Blue Valley and top-notch De Soto. Each community has its own personality and is convenient to some of the area’s most desirable shopping, dining and entertainment options.
“Discerning buyers not only appreciate Rodrock’s consistent commitment to building quality homes with integrity, they love the well-executed communities that enhance their lifestyle,” said Summerwood community manager and Weichert Realtors Graham-Welch, LLC Angela Fitzgerald. “The Parade of Homes is an ideal opportunity to see firsthand some of Johnson County’s most popular floor plans and neighborhoods—and spectacular décor from our team of interior designers.”
“The Spring Parade offers a wide array of Rodrock Homes floor plans, all with intricate details and an emphasis on modern living,” said Rodrock Homes President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Rodrock, a third-generation home builder and Kansas City-area developer. “Explore what we have to offer, including communities with new, Rodrock ready-now homes.”
In addition to Blue Valley’s BluHawk, Colton, Summerwood, Terrybrook Farms, Wilshire by the Lake and Wyngate in Overland Park, Rodrock’s Parade exciting entries extend to the vibrant western suburbs, including Lenexa and Shawnee. Prices range from mid-$300s to more than $1 million, with something to accommodate every budget.
Lenexa: Bristol Ridge and Gleason Glen. For buyers desiring to purchase or build in the western Johnson County suburbs of Lenexa and Shawnee, the neighborhood of Bristol Ridge and Rodrock Homes’ Gleason Glen have distinctive homes and home sites. Students attend schools within the desirable De Soto School District.
Gleason Glen personifies Rodrock’s philosophy of putting people first and creating homes with lasting value. Community manager and ReeceNichols real estate agent Judy Zimmerman likes the familiar sense of community that appeals to a diverse group of homebuyers.
“Gleason Glen feels like something you grew up in,” she said. “Rodrock’s unwavering standards and affordable pricing and community assets like our park and proximity to excellent schools add up to a winning combination.”
During the Parade visit Gleason Glen’s Dillon plan, a four-bedroom reverse 1.5-story home with an attractive boxed-beam ceiling, kitchen and breakfast nook and a flex space on the main level ready to be utilized as a home office or additional bedroom. Home chefs will appreciate the Madison, which features an L-shaped kitchen with a large center island, plenty of perimeter countertop space, custom cabinets and a walk-in pantry.
Just west of I-435 and 87th Street is Bristol Ridge, an attractive community with distinguished homes, including Rodrock’s Anthem Reverse, a four-bedroom reverse-style home that seamlessly incorporates comfortable living and gracious entertaining.
Shawnee: Hills of Forest Creek, Ridgestone Meadows.
Located between Johnson Dr. and Shawnee Mission Parkway, just west of Woodland Drive, Hills of Forest Creek is centrally located to major highways. Demand is high for homes in the De Soto School District, especially those within the Mill Valley High School boundaries.
“This community has a unique outdoor attribute—intra-community access to Clear Creek Trail linking homeowners directly to one the city’s longest and most scenic trails, the 17-mile Mill Creek Streamway Trail,” said community manager and ReeceNichols agent Brian Andrew. “We’re also a short distance from Shawnee Mission Park.”
Visit the striking four-bedroom, two-story Irving II, which boasts a seamless floor plan and a bonus room on the main level suitable for an office or playroom, the floor plan’s upper level houses the relaxing master suite, laundry room, three more bedrooms and two baths.
Ridgestone Meadows is a serene, tree-studded neighborhood that yields a country ambience with the benefits of city amenities nearby. Rodrock’s Dillon plan is a reverse story-and-a-half with four spacious bedrooms and an abundance of space for family gatherings and entertaining.
Experience the Rodrock difference today. Homes are open today and every day from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. through May 13 for the much-anticipated Spring Parade. Community managers are eager to answer questions and help you find your next home in the perfect neighborhood, near award-winning schools.
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Prices range from mid-$300s to more than $1 million.
Open daily 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. during the 2018 Spring Parade of Homes April 28 – May 13
Bristol Ridge—83rd St. and Deer Run
Gleason Glen—Gleason Rd and 80th Place
BluHawk—159th St. & 69 Hwy.
Colton—151st St. and Carter
Summerwood/Summerwood Estates—Quivira and 163rd St.
Terrybrook Farms: A Julian-Rodrock Homes Community—171st St. and Switzer
Wilshire by the Lake—159th St. & King
Wyngate—159th St. and Grant
Hills of Forest Creek—Clear Creek Parkway and Lakecrest Dr.
Ridgestone Meadows—68th St. and Millbrook