Thousand Oaks

The homes for sale in Thousand Oaks are built to complement the surrounding natural beauty. Thousand Oaks is located in the rolling hills of Parkville, MO. Thousand Oaks features lush green spaces, 4 miles of meandering trails, and bubbling waterfalls dropping into serene lakes. Seen from the air, the community seems to simply grow out of the surrounding woods.
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This organic feel extends to the homes themselves. With 25 unique home models, Thousand Oaks is a far cry from the typical neighborhood community.
The amenities at Thousand Oaks include two swimming pools, parks, and a playground. Tennis courts are planned as future additions.
With easy access to I–435, Thousand Oaks is a short drive to the most popular shopping & entertainment centers in the area. It is just 10 minutes from Parkville Commons Shopping Center, 12 minutes from Zona Rosa, and 22 minutes from the Power and Light District.

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School district info (incl. preschools, Montessori, etc.)

Students in Thousand Oaks attend the AAA-rated Park Hill school district—ranked as one of the top districts in the state by US News.
The community’s elementary school is Union Chapel, located right across Highway 45 at 7100 NW Hampton Road.
For 6th grade, all Parkville students attend Plaza Middle School, located 13 minutes away at 6501 NW 72nd St.
Lakeview Middle School (located about 15 minutes down Highway 45 at 6720 NW 64th St.) serves 7th and 8th grade students in the area.
The neighborhood’s high school is Park Hill South, located about 15 minutes away at 4500 River Park Drive.
When it comes to private schools, St. Therese Catholic School, serving grades K–8, is just a bit over 10 minutes away, located at 7277 Highway 9. St. Therese also has an early childhood center.
Other preschools in the area include Parkville Children’s Cottage Montessori School and Parkville Academy.

History of the neighborhood

Market trends

Local events that happen every year

In the summer (April through October), you’ll find the Parkville Farmers’ Market at English Landing Park in downtown Parkville.
Don’t miss the Parkville River Jam Jazz festival in June—a two-day festival featuring musicians and artists from Kansas City and beyond.
Parkville’s Fourth of July celebration features carnival rides, a parade, and some of the best fireworks in the Kansas City area.
In late August, the Parkville Days festival in downtown Parkville has something for everyone. This includes everything from arts & crafts, to jazz and blues music, and let’s also not forget the great food.
Parktoberfest, hosted each year in late September, features live music and a wide array of food stands with beer.
Then, in early December, the Christmas on the River will get everyone in the mood for the holidays. Christmas on the River includes performances from the Park Hill children’s choirs, a visit from Santa, and the famous holiday fireworks.

Price points

Most homes in Thousand Oaks range between $300,000 and $450,000, with some as high as $950,000.

After you move in


* denotes a number you will need to call to set up service.

Utility company Phone number
Kansas City Power and Light* (816) 471–5275
Missouri Gas Energy* (816) 756–5252
Missouri American Water Co.* (866) 430–0820
AT&T Phone, Wireless, & Internet Service* 1–800–288–2020
AT&T TV* 1–800–288–2020
Time Warner Cable, Internet, & Phone Service* (816) 358–2292
Deffenbaugh Disposal (trash pickup service) (913) 631–3300

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