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Limited opportunity remains to purchase a single family home in Northgate Village

Information provided by Hunt Midwest Residential

Amenities in Northgate Village include street trees, six pocket parks, themed brick entry monuments, ornamental street lighting and park benches and generous landscaping.
Amenities in Northgate Village include street trees, six pocket parks, themed brick entry monuments, ornamental street lighting and park benches and generous landscaping.

Those looking to build or buy a new single family home in Northgate Village need to act fast as there are a limited number of inventory homes and homesites remaining.

“Once construction began on a number of homes along 32nd Avenue, home sales in Northgate Village soared,” explains Miki Jarrett, ReeceNichols agent and co-community manager with Kevin Bryant. “We have two completed inventory homes open to tour every Saturday and Sunday. For those looking to build, we have two homesites to choose from, both along 32nd Avenue.”

Northgate Village, a neo-traditional development in North Kansas City inspired by iconic neighborhoods such as Brookside and Waldo, offers a variety of living options that include row homes, patio homes and single-family homes. It is located just east of Burlington Avenue and 29th Street in North Kansas City within walking distance of Macken Park, historic North Kansas City High School, the quaint shops and restaurants in downtown North Kansas City, the community center, city hall, public library and Waggin’ Trail Park, an off-leash dog park located just across from the neighborhood.

“Northgate Village’s prime location and unmistakable charm are what have made this community so popular,” explains Jarrett. “It has attracted a diverse group of buyers from those just starting out to empty-nesters and retirees.”

Four-sided architecture and alley-loaded two car garages in back of the homes help create Northgate Village’s ambiance. Many homes include wrap-around porches, adding to a sense of community and promoting neighbor interaction.

Amenities in Northgate Village include street trees, six pocket parks, themed brick entry monuments, ornamental street lighting and park benches and generous landscaping. Many single-family homes and rowhomes face the pocket parks and have addresses such as Gentry Park and Erie Park.

Aspen Homes, the community’s exclusive builder, has two completed Orleans floorplans that are move-in ready.

The Orleans, a ranch style home, features three bedrooms and two full bathrooms. Its open floorplan showcases a cook's kitchen with custom cabinets, granite countertops and a large kitchen island that flows into the living and dining rooms. The luxurious master suite offers a large shower and generous walk-in closet, and the remaining bedrooms provide ample space for guests. Adding to each homes’ character are beautiful hardwood floors and an arched doorway in the main living area.

Both homes are attractively priced at $279,900 and offer distinct front elevations.

“The single-family homes are low maintenance and have small yards that are easy to care for but the community’s ample green space and pocket parks provide plenty of room for walking your dog or playing catch with the kids,” Jarrett said.

Northgate Village and North Kansas City are easily reached by Interstates 29 and 35, U.S. 169 and Missouri 9 highways.

For more information including sales center hours and available inventory, visit the Hunt Midwest Residential website at HuntMidwestKC.com or call 816-221-7681. Hunt Midwest has been developing master-planned communities in the Kansas City area for more than 20 years and is owned by the Lamar Hunt family, owners of the Kansas City Chiefs. All communities are marketed exclusively by ReeceNichols.

Northgate Village

Prices: Starting in the mid $200,000s.

Location: 501 E. 32nd Avenue

Directions: Take Interstate 35 to the Armour Rd exit, west on Armour then north on Swift to the community.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday 1 – 5 p.m.

Contact: Kevin Bryant or Miki Jarrett, 816-221-7681

Web: HuntMidwestKC.com

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