Brookfield Residential’s fresh approach to home design is attracting the attention of homebuyers around the Kansas City area. The new homebuilder in Shoal Creek Valley is eager to show off its unique portfolios, including the Harmony portfolio in The Enclave and Plaza portfolio in The Greens.
The Harmony portfolio features one ranch and three two-story styles ranging from 2,300 to 3,100 square feet and starting in the low $300,000s. The Plaza portfolio starts in the low $400,000s and boasts a large true ranch and three two story styles that range from 2,600 to 3,600 square feet. Each floor plan uniquely offers a study/office and formal dining room, in addition to at least four bedrooms in the two-stories, with an option of five to seven bedrooms; and three bedrooms in the ranch, with an option of five bedrooms. Standard features include a three-car garage, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors throughout, granite countertops and custom cabinetry.
“We hear phenomenal feedback from visitors to our communities,” said Kevin Lau of ReeceNichols, the sales partner of Brookfield Residential. “When you walk into a Brookfield Residential home, you experience something not found in other new homes, from the flexible floor plans to the high-quality craftsmanship to the careful attention to details. Brookfield Residential is offering luxurious homes in a very attractive area.”
The Shoal Creek Valley master-planned community has grown immeasurably during the past two years, bringing to the area a garden fresh and health food grocery store, new family restaurants, medical facilities promoting healthy living and numerous other establishments. Most are within walking distance of the Shoal Creek Valley communities. Golf enthusiasts will be drawn to the nearby Shoal Creek Golf Course for an enjoyable and challenging 18-hole experience.
The neighborhood also boasts The Gate House, the icon of Shoal Creek Valley, offering plush grounds, meandering garden pathways, a media room, banquet room and fully equipped kitchen, all accessible to homeowners in the neighborhood. Relax in the waterfall hot tub or enjoy hot summer days at the large fountain pool.
The chalet-style clubhouse known as The Park House features large, open interior spaces, the warmth of a fireplace and comfortable seating. But its large, outdoor water park is the main attraction, with two large swimming pools, a lazy river, two water slides, a splash plaza, a toddler pool, water fountains, sun decks, picnic pavilions and changing rooms.
“We believe in helping our buyers build the life they want,” said Scott Davis, operations manager for Brookfield Residential in Kansas City. “We seek to provide exactly what people are looking for: safe, energy-efficient homes built with high-quality materials in peaceful, friendly neighborhoods that are not too far from retail and restaurants.”
The Brookfield Residential model home is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from noon-5 p.m. Or call to make an appointment with Kevin Lau or Gina Spencer of ReeceNichols at 816-429-7427. Learn more at www.YourBrookfieldHomeKC.com.