Visit the Village of Loch Lloyd this weekend for the Fall Parade of Homes and tour the spectacular new home sites just released this week by the developer at Loch Lloyd.
In addition to learning about the new home sites, Parade visitors will be treated to two award-winning custom homes by two of Kansas City’s finest builders — Willis Construction and Don Julian Builders. The Parade homes are open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 pm.
The developer at Loch Lloyd just released two new phases of home sites: one for the buyer seeking to right-size by intelligent design; the other for the buyer looking to build the home of their dreams.
The first phase consists of 29 lots overlooking the 6th and 7th golf holes and includes ranch, daylight and walkout lots designed for the buyer looking to right-size through intelligent design by building a home of impeccable quality that maximizes main-floor living and minimizes maintenance. Four builders have just broken ground on model homes that will be featured in next year’s Spring Parade of Homes — Koehler Building Company, Don Julian Builders, Cecil & Ray Custom Homes and Willis Construction.
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The second phase consists of 16 exclusive estate lots designed for the buyer looking to design and build an exquisite custom estate. Half of the 16 lots sit on the lake overlooking the 10th, 11th and 12th golf holes creating a breathtaking backdrop. The builders that have scooped up lots in this stunning new development include Evan-Talan Homes, RM Standard, Starr Homes, Koehler Building Company and Rodrock Custom Homes.
“Our two new lot releases are truly exceptional,” said Chuck Campbell, director of real estate development at Loch Lloyd. “Whether you’re looking to right-size or design the custom home of your dreams, we have the perfect home site waiting for you.”
The Parade entry by Willis Construction is stunning in every way. This amazing home at 100 Dunhill Court, was designed by renowned architect Scott Bickford with interior design by Janet Alholm. Offered at $1,650,000, it has a commanding hillside view from the end of a cul-de-sac, creating the perfect retreat inside the gates at Loch Lloyd.
Willis Construction is a member of the Loch Lloyd builder team that also includes Evan-Talan Homes, Cecil & Ray Custom Homes, Forner-LaVoy Homes, Rick Standard, Koehler Building Company, Don Julian Builders, Starr Homes, Tom French Construction, C & M Builders and Rodrock Custom Homes.
Come see for yourself why so many are choosing to move to Loch Lloyd. The lifestyle inside the gates offers a wide array of resort-like amenities that entice residents to spend time outside pursuing healthy activities.
As one new resident put it, “We spent the last 25 years living for our children. When our last child left for college, we made a conscious decision that we’re going to embrace life — to live the next 25 years for us. We wanted more than just a new home. Loch Lloyd is the perfect lifestyle for the next phase of our life.”
At its center is The Country Club at Loch Lloyd, where members play golf on the highly acclaimed Tom Watson Signature Design, and enjoy all the venues that encourage healthy lifestyles, such as the fully equipped fitness center, tennis courts and swimming pools. The club offers formal and informal dining venues provided by the award-winning culinary staff.
The solid reputation of the developer — FiveStar Lifestyles owned by Neal Patterson and Cliff Illig — inspires buyer confidence.
“Loch Lloyd is the most successful new development in Kansas City thanks to the vision and financial strength of the developer,” Campbell said. “Buyers are willing to invest in Loch Lloyd because they have confidence in the developer; they believe in Mr. Patterson and Mr. Illig. They know buying or building in Loch Lloyd is a sound investment.”
“Take this opportunity to see what makes Loch Lloyd so special,” Campbell said. “Loch Lloyd is for the discriminating buyer that has long tired of the boring 50 shades of beige in random communities throughout the city. Visit today to see why so many are leaving Johnson County and Lee’s Summit to immerse themselves in the Loch Lloyd lifestyle.”
Prices: $500,000 to multimillion-dollar estates.
Hours: 11-5 p.m. throughout the Fall Parade of Homes from Oct. 3-18.
Directions: From 135th and State Line Road, go east to Holmes Road, south two miles to the community gates.