Some of The Best Neighborhoods in South-West Warrensburg, Missouri

Hey there, pals! For this blog post, I’m going to let you in on some of the best neighborhoods in the southwest section of Warrensburg, Missouri to live in. These 7 subdivisions are perfect for singles or families who want to make this corner of Warrensburg their new home or who are making a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) to the nearby Whiteman AFB.
 
 

1. South West Estates

 
 
South West Estates is close to my heart because I used to live there, once upon a time. There are a lot of families in this neighborhood, which is great if you have kids of your own or are just looking for a homey atmosphere to settle down in as a single person.
 
 
Houses in this neighborhood generally run from $190,000-$350,000. They range in size from 1500-2800 sq ft, with anywhere from two bedrooms and two baths to four bedrooms and three baths. You’ll find that most of them were built in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, so you should expect to perform a little more upkeep on them due to their age.
 

2. Iron Horse

 
 
Iron Horse is a small subdivision right outside the Spring Ridge subdivision where I currently live. It consists mostly of single-family starter homes that cost around $225,000-$300,000.
 
The majority of these homes have three bedrooms and two baths, with a few larger ones thrown into the mix. They are all new construction houses that were built in the 2000s, meaning they don’t require much maintenance and will retain their property value over time. Size-wise, you’re looking at around 2500 sq ft with a two or three-car garage.
 
 
The only potential downside is that all the homes in this subdivision look pretty much the same - AKA, cookie-cutter style. But if that doesn’t bother you, it may just be the perfect neighborhood for you.
 

3. Esquire Estates

 
 
Esquire Estates is an even smaller subdivision than Iron Horse, but the homes here are larger and more expensive. They range in price from $300,000-$500,000 and in size from 2500-5000 sq ft.
 
 
In these houses, you’ll find anywhere from three bedrooms with three baths to five bedrooms with four baths. The lots are larger, as well. However, they were built in the 80s, so, once again, you should prepare yourself to make some repairs and updates if you decide to buy here.
 
 

4. Fountain Hills

 
 
Fountain Hills is a sweet little subdivision right next to Esquire Estates. The houses here cost between $290,000-$400,000. They are sized anywhere from 2500-4000 sq ft, with three bedrooms, two baths all the way up to five bedrooms, and three baths.
 
 
These homes are 90s builds, which makes them slightly more modern than the houses in Esquire Estates. But they’re still not brand new. Still, being a little older gives them some character, which I personally like in my subdivisions.
 
 

5. Fountain Crest

 
 
Directly across the street from Fountain Hills is Fountain Crest. The houses here are smaller and less expensive, costing around $200,000-$300,000. They’re typically sized around 1500-2500 sq ft, with three bedrooms, two baths up to four bedrooms, three baths. They’re also newer, having been built in the mid to late 2000s, which means less remodeling (always a plus!).
 
 

6. SW 95th Rd

 
 
This subdivision doesn’t have a name that I could find, so I’ll just refer to it as its street name, which is SW 95th Rd. All the houses in this neighborhood are newer builds, costing between $200,000-$300,000 - a great option for singles and families, especially those who are PCS-ing in for Whiteman AFB. They’re all between 1500-2500 sq ft in size. With all that in mind, a home in this nice, clean subdivision would make a great starter.
 
 

7. Oakview

 
Last but definitely not least, I want to talk about Oakview.
 
 
I really like this subdivision, even though it runs on the pricey end of things. Houses in this subdivision range from $390,000-$600,000 in cost. However, they come with large properties - the houses alone are sized between 3000-5000 sq feet - in a variety of styles, which can be a huge draw for many homeowners (particularly those with families). All that space can hold three bedrooms and two baths up to a whopping six bedrooms and four baths!
 
Aside from the housing, the neighborhood was gorgeous. It felt almost like a park with its wooded areas and ponds. It could be a wonderful area for having outdoor pets or for simply enjoying Missouri’s natural beauty.
 
 
And that wraps up the best neighborhoods in southwest Warrensburg, Missouri to live in! Be sure to contact us if you’re interested in looking at some properties in the subdivisions I mentioned. Even if you are looking at a property somewhere else in town, we can still help! Reach out today!

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