Although development first began nearly eight years ago in The Reserve at Riverstone, recent improvements have left it looking and feeling like a brand new community.
The second phase of The Reserve at Riverstone opened in December and includes 40 premier home sites, with a limited number backing to open space. Other additions include a brand new community swimming pool, entrance monument and nearly 100 trees and other landscaping at the north entrance off of Tiffany Springs Road.
“The Reserve at Riverstone has always been a beautiful neighborhood, but the improvements have made it simply stunning,” said Lisa White, ReeceNichols agent and community manager. “Interest from homebuyers has increased dramatically over the last year. People who want to build or buy new look for that community where they can see things are happening and, in Riverstone, construction is happening throughout.”
The swimming pool will open in early summer, adding to other amenities such as walking trails and natural areas. The lazy-L shaped pool will have multiple underwater bench levels to give people several places to relax throughout. Additional features include a shallow area with bubbler fountains, deck surfaces with temperature reducing coating, pergolas for shade and a bath house with restrooms.
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The Reserve at Riverstone boasts an experienced, award-winning builder team made up of Aspen Homes, Sallee Homes, Brookeview Design Build, Robertson Construction and Ernst Brothers Construction. There are currently five homes under construction, including two-story, 11/2-story and reverse 11/2-story floor plans, and one complete 11/2-story by Sallee Homes.
“The diversity of homes that the builders have to offer provides something for people in every stage of life, whether they’re a young family or empty-nesters,” White said. “Visitors often comment that they love the fresh paint colors, unique floor plans and variety of finishes from one house to another. The builders have made classic, tasteful design choices that have been very popular.”
Students living in The Reserve at Riverstone attend Renner Elementary School, Plaza Middle School, Congress Middle School and Park Hill High School, all within the highly sought-after Park Hill School District. In fact, the district was recently ranked in the top five districts in the metro by the Kansas City Business Journal.
The Reserve at Riverstone is a 293-acre mixed-use, master-planned community that includes 284 single-family homes, 500 for-sale townhomes, a senior independent living community, luxury apartments and 85 acres of retail. It is located on Tiffany Springs Road, just north of Missouri 152 and west of Interstate 29 and within walking distance of family oriented hotspots such as the Tiffany Springs Sports Complex, Springs Water Park and one of the city’s premier shopping districts, Zona Rosa. Homes start in the mid $300,000s.
“The proximity to shopping is unbeatable,” White said. “It is just across the street from Zona Rosa, within walking distance to shops and restaurants. It is next to a major highway so residents can easily get to anywhere in the city. Added to that is the Park Hill School District, where there are limited opportunities left to build. The school district continues to be in high demand for homebuyers.”
The Reserve at Riverstone is marketed exclusively by ReeceNichols. Model homes are open from 12 to 5 p.m.Saturday and Sunday. For more information, contact Lisa White or Julie Johnson at 816-584-2654 or visit HuntMidwestKC.com.
The Reserve at Riverstone
Prices: Starting in the mid $300,000s.
Location: 8104 NW 90th St.
Directions: Tiffany Springs Parkway between Congress and Amity, just north of Missouri 152.
Hours: 12-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday or by appointment.
Contact: Lisa White or Julie Johnson at 816-584-2654.