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Ruskin Hills is a small, primarily residential neighborhood of Kansas City in the 64134 zip code. With an area of 1.276 square miles, it has a population of about 3,100 residents.

The neighborhood is bordered to the north by East 107th Street, and it’s bordered to the south by Longview Road. Herrick Avenue and Marsh Avenue makes up its western border, while Raytown Road serves as its eastern border. It also encompasses Booth Avenue, Elm Avenue, Ditman Avenue, McKinley Avenue, Lane Avenue, Lewis Avenue, and several other streets.

This densely populated community offers a variety of housing styles, designs, and sizes. About a third of the homes are single-family, detached units; the architectural styles range from single-story, ranch-style houses to Mediterranean to two-story, classic American homes.

The Harry S. Truman National Historic Site lies just to its northwest. This historical landmark includes the former home and farm of the former U.S. President as well as a garage and other smaller buildings once used by Truman.

Residents of Ruskin Hills are well-served when it comes to their health care needs. The HCA Midwest Health System is aa few minutes’ drive to its west, while the Kindred Hospital of Kansas City is easily accessible to its northwest. Also nearby are St. Joseph’s Medical Center and Truman Medical Center. Children’s Mercy West is within walking distance to the east of the community.

Longview Lake and its adjacent, 4,852-acre Longview Lake County Park are also within walking distance to its east. It offers multiple-lane boat ramps for the lake, a beach, a family picnic pavilion, a natural four-mile trail, a six-mile bicycle trail, a softball field, a horse park, an area for model airplane flying, a balloon port, and designated camping areas.

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