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The Woodbridge neighborhood is roughly 30 minutes south of the downtown area of Kansas City, Missouri. This small, mostly residential neighborhood covers just over .3 square mile and has roughly 800 occupants. The community extends to Womall Road on the west, East 127th Street on the north, Holmes Road on the east, and East Blue Ridge Boulevard on the south. A fork of the river meanders past Woodbridge on the east, just outside of neighborhood bounds. The ZIP code for this Jackson County community is 64145.

Bordering the Woodbridge neighborhood on the west are Blue Hills Estates and the Blue Hills Country Club. Once an old racetrack, this country club offers members an active golf community, tennis courts and tournaments, a swimming pool, and several dining options. Club members can choose from gourmet cuisine or more informal, poolside fare. Another large country club and golf course, the Leawood South Country Club, is situated within a few miles west of Woodbridge, on the other side of Blue Hills. Saegar Wood Conservation Area is located to the southeast of the community.

Another feature of the Woodbridge neighborhood is its proximity to the Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base, which is located roughly two miles to the southeast. This military base has yet another golf course, Eagle’s Landing Golf Course.

Woodbridge is clearly a great neighborhood for golf fanatics, but that isn’t all the area has to offer. Immediately to the north of the neighborhood is Avila College, and the Spring Campus is located within a few miles northwest. There residents will also find Satchel Paige Field, the Menorah Medical Center, and the Town Center Plaza. Situated on West 119th Street, this plaza offers a long list of shopping and dining options for Woodbridge residents.


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