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Chapel Hill releases new lots, models for sale

Chapel Hill Estates offers gently rolling, walkout lots and a select few tree-preservation-adjacent home sites for immediate custom home selection in Phases II and III in south Overland Park.
Chapel Hill Estates offers gently rolling, walkout lots and a select few tree-preservation-adjacent home sites for immediate custom home selection in Phases II and III in south Overland Park. Submitted photo

Stand on the highest spot in the new-home community of Chapel Hill and it will definitely feel like you are not in Kansas anymore. The expansive views reveal the large stands of trees surrounding the Overland Park neighborhood, acres of green space preserved by the developer and miles of entertainment, dining and shopping options close by.

Although the community is spread out on 240 acres of beautiful, rolling terrain, developers decided from the very beginning to set aside 70 acres of open green space, said Bill Gerue with Weichert Realtors Graham-Welch, who markets the community. Residents love the heavily wooded tree preserve, small pocket parks, open green spaces and hike and bike trails that will link into more than 300 miles of Johnson County trail systems.

Seventy-one beautiful new lots opened in April to potential buyers in the second half of the Estates of Chapel Hill, Gerue said. These larger size lots offer outstanding views, provide wide open green space and back to the community’s timbered tree reserve. The majority of these lots have cul-de-sac, walkout or walk-up opportunities.

One exclusive cul-de-sac in this newly opened area will be marked with a separate monument as the Enclave. These custom homes will sit on some of the community’s largest lots, back to the timbered tree reserve and have expansive views.

“Chapel Hill has been built in one of the most beautiful areas of southern Overland Park,” said Gerue. “Not only are we close to all the best shopping, dining and entertainment, our homes have impressive views and lots of green space on gently rolling terrain. Builders have been taking advantage of the natural beauty of this area by building custom homes with covered decks, patios, rock firepits and other outdoor living spaces.”

The current building companies in Chapel Hill include Don Julian Builders, Rodrock Homes, Bickimer Construction, Lambie Custom Homes, ParkView Homes, Dan Smith Homes, James Engle Homes, Sallee Homes, Ashlar Homes, Nick Zvacek Construction, Tom French Construction, Custom Homes Inc., Comerio Corporation and Martens Family Enterprises, all of which offer a variety of plans that may be viewed on the Chapel Hill website at LiveatChapelHill.com or on the builders’ individual websites. Buyers may bring in their own builder and custom plans, as well, with developer approval.

“Chapel Hill understands that having a wide diversity in floor plans in a community builds value,” Gerue said.

There are several reverse 11/2-story homes underway in Chapel Hill. Each features at least two bedrooms on the main floor, two or more bedrooms downstairs, three to five garages and the affordable luxury found in every Chapel Hill home. The plans, which range in size from 2,405 square feet to 3,800 square feet, are priced from the mid-$300,000s to mid-$500,000s. Several traditional two-story homes are also currently available priced from $338,500 to $419,500.

All reverse ranch homes under construction have four bedrooms (three on the main floor), three or more bathrooms and three to five garages. Prices range from the mid-$300,000s to upper $500,000s. Square footages are approximately 2,200 square feet to 3,500-plus square feet.

Also for sale are the model homes currently open to the community’s visitors, including two award-winners. The reverse 11/2-story model home by ParkView Homes was most recently awarded Best New Home Model in Kansas City by Kansas City Homes and Gardens magazine. The Broadmoor, a reverse 11/2-story at 13440 W. 172nd St. includes many model home enhancements for $547,289.

Don Julian Builders’ featured award-winner is the Edgewood reverse at 13200 W. 170th St., which has four bedrooms on the main level, walkout lower level finish, covered deck and four-car garage. Priced at $519,900, it is adjacent to the timbered preserve area.

In addition to the beautiful outdoors and hike and bike trails, residents enjoy a pool and play area with a second pool and clubroom for the community planned in the next phase. Also providing recreation is the Heritage Park complex adjacent to Chapel Hill. It covers more than 1,200 acres and features an 18-hole golf course and a 40-acre lake for fishing, sailing and swimming. A 30-acre off-leash dog park is a popular amenity as are picnic cabanas, sports fields and green spaces.

The sales office is staffed by Bill Gerue and Krissy Kempinger, who are ready to answer any questions or help you with a home or lot selection. Chapel Hill is at the intersection of 173rd Street and Pflumm Road in Overland Park. Visit the community’s web site at LiveatChapelHill.com.

Chapel Hill

Prices: Chapel Hill: Low $300,000s to low $500,000s.

Chapel Hill Estates: Upper $300,000s to low $600,000s.

Location: 173rd Street and Pflumm Road, Overland Park.

Hours: Open daily until 5 p.m.

Contact: Bill Gerue and Krissy Kempinger with Weichert Graham-Welch LLC at 913-681-8383.

Web: LiveatChapelHill.com.

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