About Us

Welcome to the Carriage Crossing Subdivision
The Carriage Crossing Subdivision located in Leawood, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City, is comprised of 193 single family homes. The Subdivision began development in 1985 and was completed in 1995. Carriage Crossing is located between Roe Avenue and Nall Avenue with 130th Terrace as the main east/west access street. The Subdivision offers many amenities to its residents such as an in ground pool, and many areas of well maintained public grounds. Carriage Crossing is within minutes of great shopping and dining options, including the Town Center Plaza. Kansas City’s famous Country Club Plaza shopping district is about 12 miles north of the Subdivision.
Carriage Crossing is served by the award winning Blue Valley School District which is a big reason why people choose our neighborhood. Overland Trail Elementary School is a short distance from anywhere in the Subdivision. In addition, several highly acclaimed private schools are within a few minute’s drive, including Oxford Park Academy, Nativity Parish School, and The Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy. Leawood Fire Station #2 is also less than a mile away!
A paved hiking/biking trail, located just south of the Subdivision on the east side of Mission Road, connects to countywide trails that extend approximately 30 miles. Leawood South Country Club is less than one mile away and two miles south on Mission Road is the newly renovated Ironwoods Park - a 70 acre Leawood-maintained facility that includes a lodge, a challenge golf course, cabins, and a playground.
Carriage Crossing is located just 2 miles west of the Missouri State Line and affords residents easy access to Missouri businesses, shopping, dining, and entertainment. Two major highways - I-435 and US-69 - are conveniently located within a few miles of the Subdivision providing easy access to anywhere in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.
The City of Leawood
Leawood is one of the fastest growing cities in Kansas and enjoys one of the highest per capita incomes in the State. Its population has more than doubled in the last 25 years to more than 30,000 residents and is expected to reach 40,000 within the next 10-15 years. To manage such growth, a master development plan is in place to ensure that Leawood maintains its inviting tree-lined neighborhoods and distinctive, well thought-out retail and commercial development. Leawood is 14.7 square miles in size and shares common city boundaries with Overland Park and Prairie Village, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri. Go to the City of Leawood’s website for more information (www.leawood.org).
Today, with picturesque parks and streets, highly rated schools and welcoming places of worship, Leawood is all that its founders envisioned. Through hard work and careful planning, Leawood has maintained its initial community vision while promoting and cultivating a competitive business market that residents and businesses alike appreciate. For those seeking a family friendly community and high quality of life, Leawood can provide that and so much more.