Situated at 171st and Switzer in the acclaimed Blue Valley School District, Terrybrook Farms is the much-thoughtfully designed, much anticipated collaboration by Don Julian Builders and Rodrock Homes—and a must-see during the 2018 Spring Parade of Homes.
Leveraging the experience and financial strength of two of Kansas City’s top builders and developers, the upscale, award-winning community offers new homes ranging from the low $500s to more than $2 million.
The stunning community, envisioned by names synonymous with innovation, creating signature family homes with integrity and delivering concierge customer service, highlights picturesque topography, privacy and contemporary amenities. The ideal location is convenient to nearby top-notch schools, major thoroughfares, and shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Nine stylish, professionally decorated models are open in Terrybrook Farms throughout the Parade, including Don Julian Builders’ official parade entries: the1.5-story, five-bedroom Madison II, the reverse 1.5-story, five-bedroom Ridgewood Gallery and the reverse 1.5-story, four-bedroom Brookridge II in Stone Creek. Also, in Stone Creek, tour goers can view Rodrock Homes official parade entries: the 1.5-story, four-bedroom, Cimarron and the two-story, four-bedroom Coronado.
Four distinctive neighborhoods. Comprised of Maple Ridge, Stone Creek, The Estate and The Enclave, Terrybrook Farms offers discerning buyers the opportunity to purchase or build extraordinary homes crafted for diverse lifestyles and tastes. The Estates and The Enclave are the answer for many buyers seeking authentic estate home sites.
“With four neighborhoods, five builders, exclusive estate lots, a five-star amenities package including a clubhouse, resort-style pool and basketball sport court, and an intra-community trail system links to the scenic Indian Creek Hike and Bike Trail, absolutely nothing has been overlooked,” said Roberta Beringer, Terrybrook Farms community manager and Weichert, Realtors Graham-Welch real estate agent.
Terrybrook Farms has amenities installed that Beringer observes “are ready for families to enjoy. Attractive monuments are in place and the water features throughout Terrybrook Farms are things homeowners can take advantage of now, in addition to the resort-style pool and clubhouse opening this summer. The Enclave already boasts impeccable landscaping in common areas.”
Maple Ridge at Terrybrook Farms. When Travis and Laura Copus discovered Terrybrook Farms in its beginning stages, they were immediately inspired and could easily imagine raising their family in the burgeoning community.
“Although at the time there wasn’t much to see, we liked what we saw,” Travis Copus said. “The location feels secluded but has easy access to the highway and the proximity to elementary and middle schools and Blue Valley Southwest was key.”
The couple has two young sons and had discussed building a house if they didn’t find something on the market that fit their specific checklist. After exploring the possibilities at Terrybrook Farms, the Copus’s purchased a cul-de-sac home site that backs up to a lush tree line and chose a 1.5-story floor plan that accommodates entertaining family and friends; the walkout basement and main level master suite satisfied their criteria, too.
Stone Creek at Terrybrook Farms. The generous home sites in Stone Creek can accommodate pools and gracious family living and, like the other three Terrybrook Farms neighborhoods, there’s an authentic sense of community.
Four model homes in Stone Creek offer buyers a preview of Terrybrook’s stylish living, including Don Julian Builder’s show-stopping reverse 1.5-story, five-bedroom Ridgewood Gallery and Rodrock Homes’ beautiful Cimarron.
The Enclave and The Estates at Terrybrook Farms. Tom and Lori Dusterhoft are the inaugural homeowners in The Enclave—and that’s just the way the energetic couple likes it. The Dusterhoft’s recently moved into their spectacular estate home built by Jim Larson Homes—a modern residence that sits on an expansive 120-foot-wide lot, a luxury of size for estate-style homes in the area.
“Lori and I love that we’re not the last ones moving in and can watch Terrybrook Farms evolve,” Dusterhoft said. “We look forward to becoming acquainted with existing and new neighbors. After touring Terrybrook Farms models, we were impressed by the finishes, décor and overall quality of each home—the community has good bones and will stand the test of time. The wide variety of price ranges gives this master plan community a variety of homes.”
Visit today 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Since Terrybrook Farms broke ground two years ago, its explosive growth has resulted in more than 125 homes either completed or currently under construction.
“Buyers find this unique community embodies the tradition of an enduring family lifestyle,” Beringer said.
Hurry to experience this premier Johnson County new homes community during the 2018 Spring Parade. And don’t worry—if you can’t visit today, Terrybrook Farms is open 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday – Monday through May 13.
Terrybrook Farms: A Julian-Rodrock Homes Community
Prices range from low $500s to more than $2 million
171st & Switzer Rd.
For more information about Terrybrook Farms, call or visit terrybrookfarms.com.
Open daily 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. seven days a week during the 2018 Spring Parade of Homes through May 13.