Starr Homes is excited to introduce the stunning residence to be showcased as the 2016 Home of Distinction. This 10,963 square foot home is located in the new, exclusive section of Mills Farm, The Enclave at 15909 S. Cody Street, Overland Park, KS 66062. From August 26th through September 11th (Fridays & Saturdays 10am-5pm / Sundays 12n-5pm), the home will be open for tour to benefit Braden’s Hope. The tour will showcase the latest building products and design trends all while raising funds for a wonderful cause. Tickets for the tour can be purchased at Hen House Markets for $8 and at the door of the home for $10. Braden’s Hope will receive 100% of the proceeds from tour ticket sales.
Go to 159th and Quivira. Turn south on Quivira Rd., then turn Left on W 161st Terrace. Take an immediate left on Cody Street.
About the Home
This 10,963-square-foot Home of Distinction has an exceptional approach to home sweet home. The exterior presents a classic Nantucket style featuring a mix of shake and lap siding and a large reclaimed, brick front porch complete with rocking chairs boasting an immediate curb appeal and inviting charm. With six bedrooms, seven full baths, a 5-car garage and amenities including a home cinema, fitness gym, lounge bar, wine cellar, master suite with a sunlit sitting area, mom’s office, game room, kids bunk room and 3 hidden play nooks, this home is designed to please both adults and children. With top-of-the-line appliances, a one-of-a-kind banquette island and spacious walk-in pantry, there is no doubt that this kitchen is a place where memories with family and friends are homemade. In addition to a creative and functional design, the home also features impeccable attention to detail with reclaimed brick walls, natural stone, shiplap, wainscot and beadboard. It is truly a Home of Distinction and raises the bar for luxury homes in the greater Kansas City area.
About Braden's Hope
Braden's Hope For Childhood Cancer is a local 501c3 organization that raises awareness and funds for targeted therapies of childhood cancers. Childhood cancer is the #1 killer by disease among children yet it is very overlooked and underfunded often leaving our youngest heroes with no hope for a future. The organization is named after Braden Hofen who was diagnosed at age 3 with stage 4 neuroblastoma. His cancer relapsed when he was 5 and he was told there was no known cure for his cancer. His mother was diagnosed with breast cancer 3 months after his relapse and they had chemotherapy in two locations on the same days. Braden developed a secondary leukemia that was caused by the treatments to save his life from the neuroblastoma. Today he is beating the odds and is a 5 year relapsed neuroblastoma survivor making him one of the fewer than 10% of children who survive a relapse. He is also two years into remission from his leukemia thanks to his brother's bone marrow donation to try to save his life. Braden's Hope For Childhood Cancer has awarded nearly $600,000 in research grants to find targeted treatments for children with cancer and bring them hope for a future. The organization's goal is to award $400,000 in 2016 which would bring them to $1,000,000 in just five years. At Braden's Hope For Childhood Cancer we say, "HOPE...TAKE THAT CANCER!" because with your help, we fight so no other child has to hear the words, no known cure. For more information, please visit http://www.homeofdistinction.com/16KansasCity
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