The two long-time builders at Brookwood Farms, Dusselier and Marks Homes, Inc. and Gianni Homes, have been joined by Providence Homes and Wheeler Designs. Prospective home buyers not only have a varied selection of new home sites to consider, they also have more exciting floor plans to choose from than ever before.
“This is an exciting time to visit Brookwood Farms,” said Susan Heenan, who markets Brookwood Farms for ReeceNichols. The neighborhood pool has been a wonderful asset to the community as has the active homeowner’s association that plans many fun and exciting activities for all ages—children, families, empty-nesters and singles. Also, Brookwood Farms’ many family-friendly features designed into the homes have been a huge draw for growing families. Some of those include large closets, walk-in pantries, boot benches and affordable packages to finish the lower level."
Don Dusselier and Leonard Marks have been building quality homes in Johnson County for more than 20 years. Along the way, they have established a solid reputation for providing value in surprisingly affordable homes that are built to the highest standards. Joe Gianni of Gianni Homes is an experienced and quality home builder who has been constructing fine homes in Johnson County since 1995.
Scott Wheeler of Wheeler Design is an experienced, award-winning home builder who has been building quality homes throughout Johnson County since 1999. The community’s other new builder, Teri Marks of Providence Homes has been constructing quality, well appointed homes in Johnson County as well. As a female home builder, she brings a unique perspective to home building.
These builders are skillfully bringing the basics back to new home construction. They focus on the concept that quality construction at an affordable price is paramount to most families today. This continues to result in the creation of homes that are beautiful—yet practical for everyday living.
Currently, Brookwood Farms has a furnished model by Dusselier and Marks plus nine speculative homes in various stages of construction, so many move-in timelines can be accommodated. Buyers can choose from several reverse 1.5-story plans, including two homes by Wheeler Designs, four homes by Gianni Homes and three by Dusslier and Marks homes. Prices begin in the low $300,000s.
Spacious home sites, excellent value for the price, the southern Johnson County location and a highly rated school district continue to bring a large number of potential buyers to Brookwood Farms in Spring Hill, just a short drive south of Olathe. Only one home site remains in Phase III, but Phase IV offers a wide variety of home sites including several sites backing to trees.
“In addition to quality homes and thoughtful floor plans that fit a variety of lifestyles, Brookwood Farms offers ample space between homes so residents have a sense of privacy and all sites accommodate three-car garages,” said Melanie Johnson a community manager at Brookwood Farms. “Standard features of all homes include stainless steel appliances, fully sodded yards, knock-down ceilings and custom cabinets with hidden hinges and 42 inch uppers.”
Brookwood Farms is located on 199th Street just minutes from U.S. 169 and U.S. 69. The community is near an abundance of entertainment, shopping and dining options as well as numerous outdoor activities with Sycamore Ridge Golf Course, the new Spring Hill Aquatic Center and Hillsdale Lake right in its backyard. Although it is just minutes from big city amenities, Brookwood Farms offers the serenity and security of a small-town atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of traffic.
The community is within walking distance of the Spring Hill High School complex at 199th Street and Ridgeview Road. Elementary students attend the new Wolf Creek School, which is just around the corner. The Spring Hill School District has earned 26 Standard of Excellence Awards and two Governor’s Achievement awards.
To visit Brookwood Farms, take U.S. 169 south to 199th Street, left on 199th then left again to stay on 199th Street (at big Spring Hill sign). Brookwood Farms is across the bridge on the right. Turn into subdivision at Skyview Lane. Or take U.S. 69 south to 199th Street. Right on 199th to Skyview Lane, a quarter-mile past Ridgeview Road.
The time is right to visit this southern Johnson County neighborhood to see all that is has to offer beginning with quality built, award-winning homes. For more information, contact Susan Heenan at 913-686-4738, Melanie Johnson at 913-909-9055 or Terri Marks at 913-568-8979 or visit their website at BookwoodFarmsKS.com.