Take some time to explore Cedar Creek’s lush surroundings and architecturally distinct homes and it’s not hard to see why Tabernacle Homes is part of the community’s renowned building team, especially given the company’s goals throughout the home building process.
“We understand the importance of home ownership and our goal is to offer uncompromising quality, service and value to each of our homeowners,” said Chris Carley, president of Tabernacle Homes. “With unique designs and the ability to customize your personal taste, you don’t have to settle for the common cookie cutter plan.”
Prospective homeowners won’t find row after row of identical homes at Cedar Creek, a resort-style community strategically perched within the heart of Olathe’s growing Kansas 10 corridor. Instead, more than a dozen neighborhoods not only offer an array of price points, but also a diverse selection of floor plans and architectural styles that are thoughtfully and carefully built to not only fulfill each homeowner’s needs, but also their dreams.
“Dedication and a hands-on approach ensures our promise to you of making your home-building experience a stress-free and enjoyable one,” Carley said. “Our desire is that when you move into your new home, you will absolutely love it.”
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The Tabernacle Homes team has several homes in progress throughout Cedar Creek, giving prospective homeowners an ideal opportunity to get a firsthand look at the company’s craftsmanship and attention to detail.
In Cedar Creek’s newest neighborhood, The Crossings at Southglen, Tabernacle Homes has a four-bedroom, 31/2-bathroom Prairie Creek floor plan featured on model row. With more than 2,550 square feet of living space, the spacious home includes a large kitchen with walk-in pantry and breakfast nook, a formal dining room, a soaring great room and a main-level office, not to mention an inviting master suite that includes convenient second-floor laundry facilities.
A second Prairie Creek floor plan is available for $425,000 as a speculative home in The Crossings at Southglen, with approximate availability in the next 2.5 months.
A Tabernacle Homes’ Pallazzo floor plan, priced at $449,900, is available in The Woods of Southglen. The charming exterior, highlighted with numerous windows that welcome an abundance of natural light, complements an airy interior complete with a great room and an open kitchen that includes a breakfast nook and hearth room, the ideal entertaining space. A back deck is an idyllic spot on which to enjoy Cedar Creek’s picturesque setting.
Other members of Cedar Creek’s building team also have speculative homes available in several neighborhoods, including the Woods of Southglen, Shadow Highlands and luxurious North Shore Estates, all of which are in varying stages of construction to accommodate a range of move-in timelines.
While the quality-built homes are undoubtedly the center of attention at Cedar Creek, the community’s impressive array of amenities is equally enticing. The amenities package includes swimming pools, tennis courts, a lake, a golf course, a fully equipped community center and more, all of which help homeowners feel like they’re on a permanent vacation.
Cedar Creek homeowners Matt and Rachelle Hirsch and their family have plans to use the amenities even more frequently next year. Between moving into the community and preparing for a family wedding earlier this fall, the Hirsches kept a busy schedule yet still found time to play tennis and go on frequent walks throughout Cedar Creek, an ideal way to get to know other residents and soak up Cedar Creek’s friendly atmosphere.
“Everybody waves,” Matt said. “It’s not like people are living here because they were transferred for a job and they’re going to move in a couple of years. For people in Cedar Creek, this is home — and we plan on staying here for a long time.”
Cedar Creek is served by the Olathe School District, including Olathe Northwest High School, Mission Trail Junior High School, and Cedar Creek Elementary School. The community is also near St. James Academy, a Catholic high school.
Directions: Kansas 10 to Cedar Creek Parkway, south to community entrance.
Contact: Ken Rosberg, Jeff Sheppard or Linda Cahow-Stanton, 913-829-6500.