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Located at I-435 and Highway 45 in western Parkville, Creekside offers a variety of homes, including single-family, townhomes and apartments on nearly 300 acres. There are also commercial and industrial areas in the development.
Parkville Commons is a commercial development located at the intersection of Highway 45 and Route 9 in Parkville. It has a variety of locally-owned businesses in an outdoor mall.
Crestridge Shopping Center is a retail center located on Highway 45 south and west of The National subdivision.
Located along Highway 45, the National is close to shopping, great parks and wonderful schools. It offers stately homes, a golf course and maintenance-free homes.
Nestled in the hills of scenic Parkville, Riss Lake’s 134-acre lake fills a growing need for seclusion among scenic, natural features with surrounding landscape.
Pinecrest is located on Route 9 south of Highway 45. Pinecrest is nestled in a wooded area across from Parkville Commons and the Platte County Community Center and is in the midst of the excitement that Parkville has to offer.
The Riverchase subdivision is located north of Highway 9 on the southeast side of Parkville, close to downtown Parkville shopping, education at Park University and nature in English Landing Park.
The Bluffs is located just west of downtown Parkville nestled in the forest up the winding bluff roads overlooking the Missouri River. Homes throughout the neighborhood have very unique architectural designs.
River Hills Estates
River Hills Estates is nestled within winding hills with homes that sit amongst large trees. The community is not too big or not too small.
Parkville Heights is located on Highway 45 north of the Parkville Commons. It is a quiet, well-established community conveniently located near a variety of amenities Parkville has to offer.
Main Street, with its historic charm and tree-lined views, is just a short walk into downtown Parkville.
Portions of Thousand Oaks are located within the Parkville city limits. It combines the concepts of nature and community with trails, nature reserves and amenities.