“After extensive research and touring multiple subdivisions, we chose to call WatersEdge home. From the location to the views, it was the clear choice for our family. Located minutes from a plethora of dining and shopping options, as well as positioned outside the hustle-and-bustle corridor, WatersEdge is in the perfect area in Overland Park. The retreat-like feel makes WatersEdge a popular choice amongst busy families.
Our favorite part of the neighborhood is the topography. Water features—including fishing ponds and waterfalls—along with views that go on for miles create a peaceful, serene ambience. To us, our house is a long-term investment, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to call WatersEdge home.”

Chad & Gretchen Anderson

“We knew right away that WatersEdge was the place for us. We were drawn in by the beauty of the lake and the way the common areas are so well taken care of. Now that we’ve been here 2 years, we love the family-friendly atmosphere and social events. There is always something going on! Ladies’ social nights, family picnics on holidays, lunch bunch—WatersEdge offers a truly welcoming environment with fantastic people.”

Beth Cavaliere

“We fell in love with the winding roads and all the water features that make our neighborhood more than just another subdivision. We love the diversity in homebuilders and the quality and craftsmanship in each house in the neighborhood. Honestly, we love our house, our lot, and all the neighbors we now call friends. It’s the most welcoming community!”

Joe Prochnow

“Initially, we were drawn to WatersEdge by the beautiful entrance and water views throughout the neighborhood. As a southern native, having water around my home brings a sense of calmness and comfort.

We quickly fell in love with the location, amenities—and most of all—the schools! Sunrise Point Elementary is unbeatable. From the principal to each teacher and staff member, I tell people it’s the hidden gem of Blue Valley elementary schools.

Finally, friendships have come with ease. My neighbors aren’t just neighbors—they’re family! From young families to empty nesters, everyone has a place. Our street is filled with playing little ones and laughter from both parents and “like grandparents,” all joining in the fun. We’re thankful and blessed for the sense of community we feel.”

Kim & Dustin Leach

“What drew our family to WatersEdge was the location and the beauty of the neighborhood. We loved that we could walk out our backdoor and enjoy the beauty of the water and the outdoor views. We’ve met so many wonderful people and built friendships we didn’t have at our last neighborhood. We’ve enjoyed spending time at the pool with neighbors and their families, as well as meeting new families as they move in.”

One of the early residents of WatersEdge

“We relocated to Kansas City from the west coast, so this entire area was new to us. During our search, we looked at 18 homes over two days. The last two options were both in WatersEdge. We liked the proximity to the freeways, the diversity yet unity in the home structures, and the fantastic school districts. We ran into a couple of neighbors and everyone seemed friendly—people we could see ourselves spending time with. Today, after living here for almost 4 months, we hang out with our neighbors and continue to meet families with children who’ve become more than just ‘people in the neighborhood.”

Alexandra Loeb

“Our family chose WatersEdge in 2013, simply because the community had so much to offer: incredible schools close by, easy highway access, and stunning water features that make you feel like you’re in a resort setting. We love sitting outside and bird watching! The water attracts so many varieties of birds, in addition to the resident neighborhood herons. In fact, we adore WatersEdge so much, we bought in the community twice. Having a trusted developer with a proven track record of beautiful, successful communities made the decision an easy one!”

Jody & Robyn

“We were drawn to WatersEdge primarily because of the location. While being only minutes from great shopping and leisure options, it feels peaceful and safe, as if you’re removed from the hustle and bustle. And the community is comprised of a diverse population, creating a welcoming feel of inclusiveness.”

Sonya Nispel