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Kansas City Star: Children's Mercy Home for Little Heroes Built by Summit Homes Hits the Market

Summit Homes, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate, completed the first ever Children’s Mercy Home for Little Heroes in the Reserve at Ravenwood community in Olathe, KS and has listed it for $899,950.

Summit Homes built the Home for Little Heroes to support Children’s Mercy in ensuring all children have access to the very best pediatric health care, pledging to donate 100% of proceeds from the sale of the home to the local hospital.

“Our team is thrilled to unveil the very first Home for Little Heroes. We’re proud to support Children’s Mercy and their commitment to families, especially the kids of Kansas City. We can’t wait to find the family that has been searching for this home,” says Zalman Kohen, COO for Summit Homes.

The 5,437 sq. ft. home sits on an estate-sized treed lot within walking distance to the new community pool and features a contemporary Farmhouse front elevation that incorporates the latest trends in home building and design. The heavy contrast of the dark accents on a white backdrop provides a modern twist on the rustic elegance of a traditional farmhouse style with peaked gables and a large wrap-around porch. It boasts 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, with a library, designer chef's kitchen, sun room with a covered patio, 2nd level loft and a finished lower level.

For more than 120 years, Children's Mercy has opened its doors to children in need. Their world-class child-centered approach and family-centered care is offered through their hospitals, research institute, student training, outpatient clinics and urgent care centers.

This project proudly to supports their mission as they care for the health and well-being of the smallest members of the community.

 

Read the full story via the Kansas City Star

KMBC 9's Katie Hoerner welcomes viewers to the Home for Little Heroes with a tour of the upstairs, lower level, and kitchen

Learn more about helping kids at Children's Mercy