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Eagle Creek Adds New Builers, New Phase
Home buyers in Lee’s Summit will have new builders and new home sites to choose from in the near future.

“Construction is now underway for Phase 14 of Eagle Creek,” said Mary Hayden, ReeceNichols agent and co-community manager with Ryan Kennedy. “We look for these new homesites to be available mid-summer and they cannot come soon enough. Inventory homes have been selling quickly and we expect the momentum to continue in 2016.”

The new phase includes 44 homesites, four of which back to trees and greenspace, and will offer a mix of flat and walkout lots.

Surrounded by rolling hills and farmland, Eagle Creek is located in Lee’s Summit off of Pryor Road, three miles south of Interstate 470. Residents enjoy the country-like setting, while popular shopping centers, grocery stores and lively downtown Lee’s Summit are just minutes away. Nearby Missouri 150 Highway also allows quick access for those desiring an easy commute to Johnson County.

Monuments with cascading waterfalls and generous landscaping greet residents at both entrances and two community swimming pools, a playground, acres of greenspace and paved walking trails connecting to a 27-acre city park provide families and individuals a place to relax and unwind just outside their front door.

“Adding to the excitement in the community is the introduction of two new builders, Aspen Homes and McFarland Custom Builders,” said Jenni Mann, marketing manager for Hunt Midwest. “They join an esteemed builder team that includes SAB Homes, Summit Custom Homes and JFE Construction. Aspen and McFarland bring with them many years of experience in the homebuilding industry and we look forward to showcasing their new floorplans in the coming months.”

For those looking for a move-in ready home, the Stratoga, a unique 1.5-story plan by SAB Homes, is now available. The home features a first floor master bedroom and custom bookshelves flanking the floor to ceiling stone fireplace in the great room. A loft area situated on the second floor provides a hangout area for children and guests and three additional bedrooms offer vaulted ceilings and lots of closet space.

In addition, Summit Custom Homes and JFE Construction have a variety of 2-story homes under construction allowing buyers the opportunity to still choose their finishes.

Eagle Creek is in the highly acclaimed Lee’s Summit School District, including the commonly sought-after Lee’s Summit West High School attendance area. Children also attend Summit Lakes Middle School and Hawthorn Hill Elementary School.

“Aside from the school district, the neighborhood amenities and sense of community throughout are a big draw for homebuyers,” explained Hayden. “People watch out for their neighbors here and sunny weekends guarantee a playground full of children. With the elementary school just across the street, it not only offers families a great place to live, but also grandparents who want to stay close to their grandchildren.”

The mixed-use community features townhomes, single-family homes and land for future villas or other neighborhood friendly mixed-uses. The master-plan allows for homes in a range of price points to accommodate different lifestyles and, once complete, will include 1000 residences.

Model homes are open Tuesday 1-5pm, Wednesday through Sunday 12-5pm and Monday by appointment. For more information about Eagle Creek, visit HuntMidwestKC.com or call Mary Hayden or Ryan Kennedy at 816.554.1318.

Eagle Creek is developed by Hunt Midwest, a leader in master-planned community development for over 20 years. Hunt Midwest is owned by the family of legendary sports pioneer, Lamar Hunt, also owners of the Kansas City Chiefs.

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