About Hills of Leawood
Currently immersed in The Hills of Leawood, Saul Ellis Communities have yet another feather in their cap that stands as a strong testament to their expertise within the upscale residential market. This final new home community in Leawood is the newest luxury community from this dynamic team. Located at the corner of 151st and just east of Mission Road, this is the last new residential community in the City of Leawood. Essentially, these developers have saved the best for last and are ready to welcome you home.
Residents and guests are welcomed to this tranquil community through a hardwood tree-lined boulevard at its entry point that is accented by a shimmering waterfall. They are then greeted by an impressive and artistic waterfall feature that is 100 feet wide and accented by a one-of-a-kind blue heron sculpture.
As on-site real estate agents for the community, Danette Baker and Jayne Fincher of Reece Nichols assist prospective homeowners in selecting their perfect lot and home design.
There are 70 lots in this community which are divided into two sections, the Manors, and the Estates. “All of the homes are custom built and we have roughly 20 different builders here.”, noted Baker.
Ellis have further influenced this innovative community by creating an enhanced lifestyle with first-class amenities. Among these include about two+ miles of paved walking/ biking trails, a pool, an open air pavilion with fans, heaters, and a fireplace: walkout lots, wider lots, allowing for ample space between homes. The community backs up to Iron Woods Park on the north. Residents can enjoy private gated access to the amphitheater in the park, its Nature Center, and The Lodge Event Center. Home prices begin around $900,000 with square footage beginning around 3,800. The developers also anticipate the incorporation of 24 maintenance-provided villas to the west of the community in the future.
The Hills of Leawood is not just an upscale luxury community; it is also a lifestyle and one that is welcoming you to find your way home.
“What I really love about this development is how the personality of each homeowner is expressed in their individual homes”