About the Builder

The legacy of a close-knit family!

Legacy Estates was designed with families in mind. That's only fitting, since the development was conceived and created by a close-knit family.

For decades, the McCarver family has lived and worked on land in northern Johnson County. They enjoyed the convenience of driving just a few minutes to town for meetings, shopping trips and school functions. But even more, they relished life in the country - peace, quiet, and plenty of room for family fun.

In recent years, the McCarvers noticed their friends and associates looking longingly at the land. More and more often, they heard the complaints. "The city just keeps growing." "Traffic is worse every year." "Our yard feels almost claustrophobic."

The dream of Legacy Estates was born - a place where families could enjoy an acre or two of their own and build a beautiful home. Plus, the McCarvers planned amenities such as a tennis court, playground, basketball court and more - so residents could enjoy the outdoors without leaving their neighborhood. Most importantly, the family is creating the development with an eye for detail and a commitment to quality. That way, Legacy Estates can be just that - their legacy. Legacy Estates is a Lane Garrett Custom Homes Development.


our community

Bringing the fun to your front door: the luxurious feel of Legacy Estates greets every resident at the community's lighted grand entry, which features a dramatic bridge and waterfall.

Inside, Legacy Estates is designed for enjoyment, with something for everyone:

  • tennis court
  • pickleball courts
  • sand volleyball court
  • basketball court
  • outdoor arbor with picnic table and grill for parties
  • playground
  • stocked fishing pond
  • paved and lighted walking trail

In addition, Legacy Estates homeowners benefit from:

  • mandatory homeowners association
  • optional high-speed Internet access from neighborhood NextLink tower or newly installed fiber internet thru United Cooperative Services
  • no city taxes
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