Some of The Best Neighborhoods in North-West Warrensburg, Missouri
I’m back again with another tour of some of the best neighborhoods in Warrensburg, MO. This time, I focused on seven subdivisions in the North West section of town. I’ve also covered the South West and South East areas, as well, so be sure to check out those articles.
1. Timber Hills
Looking for a big house with a big lot that’s situated back in the woods? If so, welcome to Timber Hills!
This subdivision has so much space, which is great because it means you’re not living elbow-to-elbow with your neighbors.
Houses in this neighborhood cost between $300,000 and $600,000, which is a bit pricey. But with that high-end cost comes lots of square footage: anywhere from 2,000-6,000 sq ft, and three bedrooms, two baths to four bedrooms, four baths.
For a large family needing room to grow, Timber Hills might just be the perfect setup.
2. 625th Rd
625th Rd is the name of the street where a newer neighborhood has been built (I couldn’t find a subdivision name). The houses here, which are 2000s builds or new construction, range in size from 1,500 to 2,000 sq ft and come with up to three or four bedrooms and two baths.
They’re definitely smaller than the homes in Timber Hills, but they’re also more affordable at $150,000-$300,000 in cost. In my opinion, this neighborhood is perfect for finding a great starter home.
3. Quarry Branch Estates
Quarry Brand Estates is a small subdivision with houses that cost between $300,000 and $400,000. There’s a diverse selection of homes here in terms of age, from 80s builds all the way up to new construction. Generally speaking, they have anywhere from three bedrooms, two baths up to four bedrooms, four baths.
What I really enjoyed about this neighborhood was the space between the houses, the woods, and the small ponds scattered throughout.
It’s a great place to move to if you want room to spread out and enjoy nature.
4. Burnwood Estates
Similar to Timber Hills, Burnwood Estates features large houses on large lots. The houses themselves vary in age, from mid 70s to new construction, and they cost $300,000-$500,000. Definitely pricey! But look at how much space you get for the cost: from three bedrooms, three baths up to six bedrooms, five baths, and between 2,000 and 5,000 sq ft.
Plus, since the houses here are tucked in farther from the road than the other neighborhoods, you get the feeling of being secluded in a beautiful forest with streams, ponds, and, of course, lots of trees.
In that respect, Burnwood Estates is a hidden gem.
5. Willow Acres
Willow Acres is right next to Sky Haven Lake, so if you’re looking for any lake lots, you’ll find them here. But it’s also across from Sky Haven Airport, a small airport where aviation students from the University of Central Missouri perform their flight training. So, if you move here, just know you may hear small planes taking off and landing in the background.
Moving on to the houses in this neighborhood, they were all mixed in terms of age and style. They’re definitely more affordable than the homes in some of the other subdivisions we’ve covered so far, costing anywhere from $150,000 to $300,000.
The square footage ranges between 1,500 and 3,000 sq ft, giving you plenty of options depending on the size of your family.
6. Green Meadows
Green Meadows is just outside of Warrensburg and is technically part of a tiny town called Centerview (as is Willow Acres, incidentally). But it’s so close, I decided to include it in my tour.
The houses here are priced at the lower end, from $100,000 to $200,000 - but with that comes some caveats. Some of the homes look pretty rough; and because many of them were built in the 70s, 80s, and 90s, they may require a lot of updating. However, they do range in size between 1,500 and 2,000 sq ft, leaving you a little wiggle room for a small family.
There are great starter homes in this neighborhood!
7. 425th Rd
425th Rd is another neighborhood that doesn’t have a specific subdivision name (that I could find). Still, it’s a cute neighborhood with mostly ranch-style and split-level starter homes. The price range for the houses, which are generally 1,500-2,000 sq ft in size with three bedrooms and two baths, is affordable at $150,000-$250,000. What I love most, though, is that despite the low price, you still get a good-sized lot with your property.
And we’re finished! What did you think of these neighborhoods? If you’re interested in a home in any of them, or anywhere in or near Warrensburg, MO, be sure and reach out to us right away!
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