Loch Lloyd expansion calls for 23 new homes in south JoCo

Loch Lloyd, a private gated community in Cass County, Mo., wants to expand its footprint across State Line into Johnson County by constructing a new subdivision near 175th Street and

Loch Lloyd, a private gated community in Cass County, Mo., wants to expand its footprint across State Line into Johnson County by constructing a new subdivision near 175th Street and Kenneth Road.

The Johnson County Board of County Commissioners on Thursday unanimously approved a final development plan for the new neighborhood dubbed “Blue Valley at Loch Lloyd.”

It will have 23 residential lots

  • Each lot in the new subdivision is set to range from 2 to slightly more than 3 acres on roughly 62 acres of total property.
  • The gate community’s streets would connect back to Wallace Way, with no direct access to either 175th Street or Kenneth Road.
  • Blue Valley at Loch Lloyd is expected to be completed by fall 2023, according to the developer.
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Aerial site map. Image via Board of County Commissioners’ documents.

The site will neighbor Loch Lloyd in Missouri

  • Residents of the new subdivision will have access to the original Village of Loch Lloyd across State Line Road.
  • They’ll also have access to Stonehaven at Loch Lloyd, a newer subdivision on the Missouri side to the north of the property, near 167th and Kenneth.

Loch Lloyd is known for its golf course

  • Loch Lloyd’s original gated community, The Village of Loch Lloyd, was built around a golf course designed by retired professional golfer and Kansas City area native Tom Watson.
  • In September, the developer debuted Stonehaven at Loch Lloyd as its newest expansion of the gated community.

Go Deeper: Johnson County Commission paves way for new residential subdivision at 175th Street and Kenneth Road