Lenexa likes to celebrate. The City of Festivals hosts the Great Barbecue Battle each June and the Spinach Festival each September.
But long-time residents call this attractive city home because of its rich history and strong sense of community. Just 20 minutes west of Kansas City, Lenexa’s established neighborhoods, Olathe schools, affordability and safety attract homebuyers and visitors alike.
That’s why lots are selling fast at The Reserve, Inspired Homes’ exclusive community in Lenexa. First-time homebuyers, growing families and empty-nesters alike also appreciate the neighborhood’s extensive amenities.
“The Reserve has it all — tennis courts, baseball parks, biking and hiking trails, and a pool and party room for hosting the perfect summer get-together with family and friends,” said Inspired Homes CEO Ernie Wassmann. “Homebuyers who build their dream home in The Reserve enjoy a unique living experience in one of Kansas City’s most sought-after areas.”
Starting in the budget-friendly $260,000s, the three ranch and six two-story floor plans available in The Reserve are spacious and open with generous storage, inspired finishes and the flexibility to be personalized to meet individual needs and preferences.
Just north up the K-7 corridor, Inspired Homes’ newest community, Whispering Pines Estates in Kansas City, Kan., is currently pre-selling lots at pre-construction pricing. Nestled in a peaceful valley of gently rolling hills, this forest retreat is experiencing amazing growth.
“Families will love this safe neighborhood in the highly ranked Piper School District,” said Vice President Dan Walsh. “Whispering Pines Estates has all the feel of a rural, small-town community but is only 17 minutes from downtown KC.”
Locally owned and operated, Inspired Homes builds new homes — with the finishes, space and storage homebuyers want and with the architectural style and interior layout they prefer — in less than six months.
All Inspired Homes offer energy-efficiency products, including exterior walls built with 2 x 6 construction, compared with the industry standard of 2 x 4; blown-in insulation that is 2 inches thicker and doesn’t sink to the bottom over time like standard fiberglass insulation; 95 percent efficient furnaces, power-vented, Low E glass windows; a dry-basement system that prevents leaks; insulated basements with drywall ceilings and much more.
The team is also building homes at The Huntford in Olathe and Kensington Farms in Lee’s Summit. Model homes are open daily.
“Inspired Homes is excited to build the homes Kansas City homebuyers deserve at prices they can afford in the best communities in the region,” said Walsh.
To learn more about Inspired Homes, visit www.inspired-homes.com.