Best Neighborhoods to Live in North-East Warrensburg MO
Hey, friends! In the past, I’ve covered the best neighborhoods to live in South East, South West, and North West Warrensburg, MO. Now I’m going to show you the best neighborhoods to live in the northeast quarter of this amazing city near Whiteman AFB.
Let’s get to it!
1. Riverwood Estates
Starting our list off strong is Riverwood Estates. I found this subdivision to be cute and spacious, with lots of old-growth trees that provide shade in the summer. The houses are pretty and come in various styles, and their ages vary from 1970s up to brand-new construction. Their sizes range from 1500-2500 sq ft on average, with three to four bedrooms and two to three baths. Prices start at about $180,000 and go up to $350,000.
2. Caleb’s Place
Caleb’s Place is a beautiful, but cookie-cutter subdivision. It’s a nice neighborhood, but it just doesn’t have a lot of character. All the houses, which are mostly split-level and built between 2007-2020, look almost exactly the same and cost anywhere from $200,000 to $300,000. For square footage, you’re looking at 1500 to 2500 sq ft, with two to three bedrooms and two baths.
3. Cheatham Court
Cheatham Court is such a big subdivision that it has an area for old construction and an area for newer construction. Because of how varied the houses are in age, there are also a lot of different styles of homes to choose from. Their prices range from $180,000-$300,000, and the sizes also vary greatly from 1800-3000 sq ft. However, most of the homes in Cheatham Court cost somewhere around $200,000-$220,000 and come with three bedrooms and two baths.
Overall, this was an affordable, eclectic neighborhood that any family in Warrensburg would love.
4. Fox Ridge
If you’re looking for a small, affordable home in a great, well-maintained neighborhood, Fox Ridge may be perfect for you. The houses in this tiny, cute subdivision were all built in the 90s, and they’re all ranch-style homes with basements. The cost per home goes from $150,000 up to $200,000, and the size is modest: 1500-1800 sq ft, with two to three bedrooms and two to three baths.
5. Kismet Dr
This neighborhood doesn’t have an official name, so I’m just referring to it by the street name I found it on, which was Kismet Dr. The street itself is beautiful, and the houses there are large and gorgeous and come in all different types of architectural styles. Aside from the massive amounts of square footage (3000-6500 sq ft, with anywhere from 3-7 bedrooms) in these homes, a great feature of Kismet Dr is the fact that it overlooks part of Warrensburg. That means that for just $400,000-$900,000, you can get an incredible house and a view!
6. Clover Creek
Clover Creek is a quaint, happy neighborhood with lots of beautiful split-levels. The prices are not terribly expensive at around $200,000-$300,000. They come with between 2500 and 3500 sq ft, and they look well-maintained – as does the rest of this charming subdivision.
7. Veterans Court
Veterans Court is ideal for families who want a larger, new-construction home in a neighborhood with character. This subdivision is still expanding, even though it already has homes from the late 90s. The architectural styles from different decades give the Veterans Court an eclectic aesthetic.
Price-wise, homes in this neighborhood cost between $300,000 and $500,000. Sizes range from 2000-3500 sq ft, with anywhere from three bedrooms, and two baths up to five bedrooms, and three baths.
Did any of these neighborhoods in North East Warrensburg, MO make you want to pack your bags and move there right away? Let us know your thoughts in the comments, and don’t hesitate to reach out to the Next Door Agents to ask about properties!
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