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Parade entries galore in communities

Information provided by Prime Development Company Inc.

Seventeen homes among five of Prime Development’s new-home communities are open for touring during the Fall Parade of Homes.
Seventeen homes among five of Prime Development’s new-home communities are open for touring during the Fall Parade of Homes. Submitted photo

Prime Development is proud to announce there will be 17 homes from five of its communities entered into this year’s Fall Parade of Homes. Parade-goers will be able to tour a variety of furnished floor plans and models, at varying price points, each nestled within its own unique settings.

Prime Development currently has six, individually unique, active new-home communities throughout the Olathe, Lenexa and Overland Park area. Each community has its own sense of warmth and charm, making sure to fulfill all the essentials prospective buyers have come to look for in a new-home community. Whether it be networks of walking trails, community lakes, greenbelt views, family amenity centers or a combination of all of these, prospective buyers will feel confident that their Prime Development community checks all boxes.

To find a complete list of Prime Development’s communities and entries, please visit PrimeKC.com for details. Make sure to also stop by the community sales offices and ask for your copy of the Parade booklets.

Bluestem (Overland Park): Tour No. 138 James Engle Custom Homes, 11504 W. 152nd St. and No. 139 JFE Construction, 11501 W. 152nd St.

Drive into Bluestem and its commitment to preserving the area’s scenic terrain is immediately apparent. An elegant entrance and heavily treed boulevard greets residents and guests while rolling hills and treed surroundings enhance 60 acres of natural open space, resulting in a rustic charm that extends into a welcoming setting.

Yet Bluestem’s prime Overland Park location reflects the modern convenience available thanks to proximity to shops, entertainment, services and award-winning Blue Valley schools. Bluestem’s final phase of 40 home sites is now open, which means now is the last chance to buy a new home in the thoughtfully designed community. Bluestem has two entries in this year’s Parade.

Canyon Creek (Lenexa): Tour No. 153 Roeser Homes, 24913 W. 98th St.; No. 154 C & M Builders, 24869 W. 98th St.; No. 155 C & M Builders, 24793 W. 98th St.; No. 156 James Engle Custom Homes, 24891 W. 98th St.; No. 157 James Engle Custom Homes, 24847 W. 98th St.; No. 158 JFE Construction, 9775 Shady Bend Circle; No. 159 JFE Construction, 24775 W. 98th St.; No. 160 Lambie Custom Homes, 24957 W. 98th St.; No. 161 McQueen Homes, 9711 Shady Bend Circle; and No. 162 Summit Custom Homes, 24935 W. 98th St.

Canyon Creek is a master-planned residential community comprised of over 400 home sites, thoughtfully planned with an eye for natural beauty. Over 70 acres of adjacent wooded park land create a serene natural environment for the neighborhood. Canyon Creek is off Kansas 10 highway, one exit west of Kansas 7, on Canyon Creek Boulevard.

Due to Canyon Creek’s popularity, new home sites are popping up throughout community. The developer has just opened new home sites in Canyon Creek by the Lake that back to Mize Lake or trees. A new area, The Shores at Canyon Creek, with only 14 home sites, also recently opened. Visitors also will find new lots available in the Highlands. For this year’s Fall Parade of Homes, Canyon Creek has entered 10 homes for judging.

Polo Fields (Overland Park): No. 247 Bickimer Construction, 12101 W. 164th St., and No. 249 Todd Hill Homes, 16432 Rosehill St.

At 164th Street and Quivira Road, Polo Fields is an exceptional community strategically located on some of the most beautiful land in Johnson County. The 155-acre luxury new-home community is situated atop what were once actual polo fields, giving Polo Fields a dual sense of beauty and history. Drive through the stately entrance and it’s immediately apparent why prospective buyers are continually drawn to this picturesque community.

An idyllic location that’s steeped in history, a selection of prime home sites and quality-built homes from some of Kansas City’s best builders are just a few of the reasons why Polo Fields has become a coveted choice in the Kansas City metro area. Polo Fields has two homes entered into the Fall Parade. Come tour the entries and learn more about the great selection of inventory.

Persimmon Pointe (Olathe): No. 245 Prieb Homes, 2281 Hazelwood St., and No. 246 Summit Custom Homes, 2277 W. Hazelwood St.

New-home buyers are taking notice of the hidden gem, nestled in a quiet corner of northwest Olathe at 127th Street and Hedge Lane. Living at Persimmon Pointe affords families a variety of opportunities to enjoy some of the best public parks and recreational facilities in Johnson County.

Nearby parkland, great Olathe schools, and its proximity to major highway networks have inspired buyers to be quick to act on the incredible deals offered for new homes at Persimmon Pointe. Persimmon Pointe has two homes entered into this year’s Fall Parade.

Sunnybrook Villas (Olathe): No. 275 Calyn Homes, 21971 W. 116th Terrace.

Sunnybrook Villas, one block west of Lone Elm on 115th Terrace, has entered a brand new villa by Calyn Homes into the Parade. Sunnybrook Villas delivers resort-inspired amenities, giving homeowners the ultimate vacation-like escape. Residents at The Villas are steps away from an exceptional amenities package. The fully equipped clubhouse is an ideal place for impromptu gatherings, family events and other social occasions. Within the clubhouse, residents have access to a complete range of services including a kitchen, exercise room, fireplace and restrooms.

In addition, Sunnybrook Villas is also truly maintenance-provided living, allowing you to have more time to enjoy the things you really love. Visit Kandi Steinle at the sales office to learn more about living maintenance free.

Prime Development invites all who are in the market for a new home to come see what all the excitement is about.

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