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Hallbrook Farms opens its last residential tract, geared toward empty-nesters

This is a plot map for Hallbrook Farms’ new addition, Hallbrook East Village with 33 lots parallel to State Line Road.
This is a plot map for Hallbrook Farms’ new addition, Hallbrook East Village with 33 lots parallel to State Line Road.

It’s the last opportunity to buy residential lots in upscale Hallbrook Farms in Leawood.

The former Hall family farm is working with developer Matt Adam and three builders, Rick Standard, Jay Holthaus and Dave Estes, to construct its final residential zone and third villa community this fall. It will be known as Hallbrook East Village along State Line Road between 119th Street and Interstate 435.

“The Hall family felt the time was right and the building climate was right,” Hallbrook realtor Suzy Goldstein said.

Hallbrook Realty has also teamed with Rick Jones of NSPJ Architects to design this community geared toward empty-nesters. The village features 33 lots for free-standing-patio homes with brick exteriors, tile roofs, open floor plans, two bedroom spaces on the main level, elevator provision, extensive landscape and hardscape, an exterior covered lanai and two-car and three-car garages.

There are three custom plans available to choose from ranging in size from 2,829 square feet to 4,034 square feet, or buyers can design their own custom plan in compliance with Hallbrook Farms’ design standards.

Lot prices range from $170,000 to $290,000 and, according to Goldstein, the finished homes available for occupancy by fall 2018 will range in price from the upper-$800,000s to $1.3 million and more. Thirteen reservations for lots have already been made.

The community’s plans for expansion have been approved, and Hallbrook Realty plans to start land prep and storm sewers this month in anticipation of finished lots this fall.

This will be Hallbrook’s most recent villa on the market since the opening of Hallbrook South Village in 1996.

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