Sunset Hill West Apartments for Rent

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The finest jazz, eye-catching art, Mediterranean-inspired architecture, and fountains all around is the atmosphere of Kansas City, Missouri. Sunset Hill West is an established neighborhood in Kansas City and its residents abide in this fascinating atmosphere. The diverse culture and well maintained landscaping also add to the atmosphere of Sunset Hill West.

The Children of Sunset Hill West may attend University Academy, Bryant Elementary School, Swinney/Volker Elementary School (magnet) and St. Teresa’s Academy Private High School. Residents seeking higher education may attend the University of Missouri at Kansas City or Rockhurst University.

Jacob L. Loose Park provides the community with historical atmosphere and recreational facilities. The park is seventy-five acres and is one of Kansas City’s most popular parks. It is well known for being a major site for the Battle of Westport. Along with its beauty it has four tennis courts, a sprayground, a playground, walking trails, picnic areas, and a reservable shelter.

Downtown Kansas City has recently been revitalized and it is a unique urban experience. Some of its attractions include shopping, performing arts and theater, sports, cinema, entertainment, and fine dining.

The Kansas City Transit Authority, “The Metro,” provides easy access from one part of the city to another. The MAX and Bus Rapid Transit service provides faster and frequent rides from place to place. It also uses the latest technology in the transit industry.

Living quarters in Sunset Hill West are in demand because of the neighborhoods friendly and pleasant atmosphere, pedestrian friendly sidewalks, easily accessible public transportation, and proximity to the attractions in the downtown area.


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1006 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64106 Map

(816) 743-4637 Check Availability
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