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Blue Hills is an exciting, bustling community in Kansas City. This fun Missouri neighborhood is home to many family-friendly attractions and gorgeous parks and is just a short drive from Kansas City’s center. Blue Hills borders Ivanhoe Southeast to the north, North Town Fork Creek to the east, Crestwood to the west, and Citadel to the south.

Children in the Blue Hills neighborhood can attend Paseo School, Tobert Preparatory Academy, Pershing Early Childhood School, or Knotts Elementary School. College students in the area can enroll at the University of Missouri–Kansas City, Rockhurst University, Kansas City Art Institute, Research College of Nursing, or Nazarene Theological Seminiary.

Blue Hills offers a pleasant place for residents to get together and is not far from a number of of beautiful parks, including Kiely Park, Frank A. Theis Park, and Brush Creek Park. All of these parks offer a sanctuary for nature watching, a picnic, or a fun-filled day of sports. Other popular attractions near Blue Hills include the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. The Crestwood Shopping Center is also nearby.

Many popular attractions are only a short commute from Blue Hills. Perhaps the most popular attraction in the immediate area is what residents fondly refer to as The Plaza. This large shopping area spans 15 blocks and features more than 150 shops and stores. The Plaza also boasts its own six-screen movie theater, making this area a great place to spend the entire day.

Living accommodations are popular in the Blue Hills area due to beautiful scenery, proximity to many great attractions, and the quality schools that serve the neighborhood. For those looking for a place to call home, the growing Blue Hills community is a definite option.

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