Timber Trace comprises 174 homes from State Line to Wornall, Santa Fe Trail to 125th Terrace. Homes include town homes, maintenance provided homes and single family homes. A home here is an urban residence in the midst of a forest of hickory, walnut, pine, cedar, oak, locust, maple and even rare elms trees.
No other area in the city offers comparable beautiful terrain and open spaces. Klapmeyer Neighborhood Park lies off State Line and has a city maintained fishing lake. The Timber Trace Homes Association owns forested land just west of Wornall Road... ideal for rugged hikers. And a beautiful greenbelt lies behind the creek parallel to Avila Drive...great for walking and bird watching. The Blue Hills Country Club borders homes on the southern edge of the development...and provides opportunities for golf, tennis, swimming, dining and social activities for members.
Children attend the Martin City and Grandview schools or one of many fine private schools nearby. Migliazzo Park, a city park a short walk to the north of Santa Fe Trail, has playground equipment for outdoor summer fun, a walking trail and a fishing lake.
The Timber Trace Homes Association maintains entrances and islands in the development, landscaped with plantings and seasonal flowers. And there is an active program for planting and maintaining street trees to create magnificent canopies to make walks along the street like a walk in the woods.
Timber Trace’s location is ideal for easy access to all parts of the city. Town Center shopping and restaurants are five minutes away on 119th Street. Martin City restaurants are just a few minutes to the south. The Country Club Plaza is only a 15 minute drive north, and downtown Kansas City is easily reached in twenty minutes via the beautiful Bruce Watkins Highway. Kauffman Stadium and Arrowhead are conveniently reached on I-435.