Enjoy a Sneak Preview of a Leawood Parade of Homes Entry

Just two villas remain at The Enclave at Highland Villas, featuring homes built by Willis Custom Homes and priced from $625,000.

Just two villas remain at The Enclave at Highland Villas, featuring homes built by Willis Custom Homes and priced from $625,000.

Modern conveniences, luxurious finishes, spacious floor plans, provided maintenance — it’s no wonder only two villas remain in The Enclave at Highland Villas. Visit the community now to get a sneak peek of the Fall Parade of Homes entry, a newly finished Willow Bay floor plan by Willis Custom Homes, the community’s exclusive builder.

The home offers 2,711 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a stunning kitchen decorated in an eye-catching palette of white, gray and sleek stainless steel. The master bathroom includes double vanities and ample built-in storage. A luxurious wet bar, complete with a wine refrigerator, is within easy reach of the dining area, an ideal set-up for effortless entertaining. A covered, screened porch beckons for a quiet cup of coffee or an al fresco meal. The home is priced at $645,000.

A second villa is move-in ready and open to tour. The Maple Valley, a 2,560-square-foot, reverse 1½-story home at 14513 Birch St., took home a Parade of Homes Gold Award and first place, Distinctive Plan and Design Award earlier this year. Priced at $625,000, the Maple Valley floor plan offers a spacious, light-filled layout enhanced by high ceilings. A fully equipped kitchen offers custom cabinetry, quartz counters and stainless-steel appliances. The home’s screened porch is a wonderful place to drink coffee in the morning. The lower level finish includes one bedroom, one bathroom, rec room and a bar kitchen. Additionally, the Maple Valley home comes complete with a pre-built elevator shaft, currently configured to serve as a second pantry. Should homeowners opt to install an elevator, that change can be made to allow for continued access to the home’s lower level.

The community’s luxurious villa homes are exclusively built by Willis Custom Homes. Not only does the family-owned company offer extensive experience in building homes that are as beautiful as they are livable; Willis Custom Homes also uses Universal Design principles to create homes that can keep pace with changing lifestyle needs.

An emphasis on Universal Design means that homeowners can stay in their homes without worrying about future updates to enable accessibility. Features like zero-entry into the master shower, wide doorways and hallways, levered door handles and zero-entry from the garage into the home ensure that each villa can easily accommodate changing circumstances and mobility.

Homeowners at The Enclave at Highland Villas enjoy the convenience of provided maintenance, including lawn care, sprinklers and snow removal. That gives residents more time to enjoy community amenities, including a clubhouse complete with an indoor swimming pool, fitness room and gathering space. Outside the community, a prime location near Nall Avenue and 145th Street offers quick access to Nall Avenue, putting homeowners’ minutes from an abundance of shopping, dining and services in Leawood and the surrounding Johnson County area.

These last two villas are expected to sell quickly. Contact Keith Viken at (913) 706-0628 or Debra Fechter at (913) 406-3708, both with Weichert, Realtors Welch & Company. The sales office is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, as well as by appointment. COVID-19 protocols and procedures are in place to provide a safe and enjoyable visit to the community.

THE ENCLAVE AT HIGHLAND VILLAS

Prices: From $625,000

Location: 145th Street and Nall Avenue, Leawood, Kan.

Hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, and by appointment.

During the Fall Parade of Homes, Oct. 10-25, the community is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Contact: Keith Viken at (913) 706-0628 or Debra Fechter at (913) 406-3708, both with Weichert, Realtors Welch & Company

Web: www.enclavehv.com

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