Today concludes the Fall Parade of Homes, where thousands of people have visited 14 beautifully appointed and professionally decorated new residences by Rodrock Homes in nine communities located throughout Johnson County. Situated in the acclaimed Blue Valley School and De Soto Unified school districts, the homes — highlighting 13 distinctive, well-conceived floor plans built with Rodrock’s signature style and craftsmanship — are in demand.
Possibilities are endless
Whether you’re in the market to purchase a new home or build, the Parade is a convenient opportunity to tour homes in a wide variety of floor plans, ranging from $396,500 to more than $2 million, that feature current design trends, amenities and more to enhance modern lifestyles. There’s something to accommodate every budget and lifestyle — and ready-now homes are available within each community.
Home for the Holidays Promotion
Rodrock has a special, limited-time promotion through October 15 on select completed homes in a variety of neighborhoods. Buyers receive a $10,000 credit for blinds, appliances or even perimeter fencing — for more details, ask the community manager on duty or call 913-851-0347.
A sought-after Rodrock Homes community that attracts discerning homebuyers seeking next-door access to three of Blue Valley School District’s top schools and proximity to the highway is Wyngate. Parade traffic has intensified interest in this south Overland Park gem — now in its final phase — that includes Rodrock’s attention to detail and quality homebuilding and appealing community amenities like abundant green space and a lush, resort-style pool.
Location, location, location
Adjacent to three schools, Wyngate is overwhelmingly popular with buyers seeking to live in Johnson County. Kids can attend K-12 growing up in one house and paved nature trails link students door-to-door with Cedar Hill Elementary and Pleasant Ridge Middle School and quiet, intra-community roads connect high school students to Blue Valley West High School.
Michelle and Ted Crews and their three children ages 4 to 12 moved into Wyngate on Aug. 31. The couple chose Rodrock’s new-home community because of its location, proximity to Blue Valley schools and their home’s overall market value.
“We wanted to mesh our life-work balance, an important factor to consider when we decided to sell our home and buy a new one,” Michelle Crews said. “Transporting kids to activities, being close to our church and good schools and having convenient highway access was significant in our decision.”
The couple was captivated with the five-bedroom, two-story Ashton III land because the home was early in the construction process last April, customized it to fit their family’s needs. The Crews’ worked with Rodrock chief operating officer Jeff Gifford, project manager Kristi Maurer and assistant project manager A.J. Vanderweide and designer Shay Edwards to bring their vision to life.
“The changes made sense for the way our family lives and the entire Rodrock team, including Michele Davis and Andrea Sullivan, focused on making it happen,” Michelle Crews said. “The follow-up post move-in was outstanding. Kristi even ensured we had the pool key to enjoy the season’s last day and what a blessing — we met neighbors and became connected to the community.”
Immediate inventory available
Twelve homes are under construction in Wyngate with 45- to 150-plus day move-ins. And just in time for the holidays, Wyngate has two gorgeous homes available for immediate purchase. The two-story, four-bedroom Larsen EX, a former model home, features a sparkling gourmet kitchen with enameled cabinets, upgraded stainless steel appliances and a striking granite island ($623,00). Also available is the four-bedroom, two-story Roanoke ($616,000), characterized by stunning custom front doors, a soaring great room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a walkout daylight home site nestled on a cul-de-sac. Additionally, Wyngate has only four exceptional, prime home sites remaining, including several cul-de-sacs.
“We encourage people to visit Wyngate today and tour our two fully furnished homes,” said Sullivan, a ReeceNichols real estate agent and community manager. “With the robust interest generated as a result of the Parade, sales are bound to accelerate even more. It’s the last opportunity to get into this coveted community.”
Visit today 11 a.m. – 6 p.m
Activity has been brisk at Rodrock Homes during the Fall Parade of Homes — hurry to experience Johnson County’s premier communities, including select homes with a special promotion that Oct. 15. And the best part? If you haven’t made it to this year’s tour, Rodrock’s model homes will resume regular hours beginning tomorrow.