Leawood Real Estate

Leawood, KS is a suburb located in Johnson County, Kansas, and is part of the Kansas City Metropolitan area. The lifestyle in Leawood is suburban, with many families living in the area. The city has a reputation for being safe and family-friendly, with excellent schools and parks.

The residential real estate market in Leawood is robust, with median home prices hovering around $600,000 as of 2021. Homes in Leawood tend to be larger, with four or more bedrooms, and many are situated on large lots with ample outdoor space.

The commercial property market in Leawood is also thriving, with many retail centers and office spaces available. Commercial property prices vary depending on the location and size of the property, but in general, Leawood is known for having higher-end retail centers and office buildings.

Leawood is divided into several neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include Mission Farms, Town Center, and Hallbrook.

There are plenty of things to do in Leawood, from visiting the local parks and golf courses to shopping and dining at the many retail centers and restaurants. Some of the most popular restaurants in Leawood include Rye, North Italia, and Pig & Finch.

The history of Leawood dates back to the early 1900s when the area was primarily farmland. In the 1920s, a group of Kansas City businessmen purchased the land and began developing the area as a residential community. The city was officially incorporated in 1948 and has since grown into a thriving suburban community.

Leawood - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Leawood: $1,462,600 / County Avg $751,000

195%

Avg Taxes in Leawood: $14,000 / County Avg $8,700

161%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Leawood: 4,097 / County Avg 3,153

130%

Avg Price per/sqft in Leawood:$357 / County Avg $238

150%

Avg Walkscore in Leawood: 35 / County Avg 15

230%

Avg Year Built in Leawood: 1997 / County Avg 2003

100%

Avg Days on Website in Leawood: 178 / County Avg 188

95%

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