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Lone Jack Area Insight

  • Melanie Weaver
    RE/MAX Heritage
    Nestled in southeast Jackson County, the small town of Lone Jack is notorious for its rich Civil War history. Right off Bynum Road, you'll find the Lone Jack Civil War Battlefield, Museum, and Soldier's Cemetery. This site serves as a memorial to the vicious Border Wars between rebel confederate Missourians and Union sympathizing Kansans. The original battlefield from 1862 is still preserved for tours and the visitors center offers a detailed depiction of the battle along with photos and artifacts. The museum is open for guests Wednesday-Saturday from
    10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. Lone Jack is home to the only Civil War museum in Jackson County, make plans today to visit this awesome site!
  • Felicia Harris
    RE/MAX Heritage
    Get out and enjoy the holiday season at Powell Garden's 5th Annual Festival of Lights event! Walk through gorgeous landscapes, streams, and architecture as over 20 miles of Christmas lights illuminate your path! A festive tiki bar will provide hot chocolate and a life-sized snow globe will be available for pictures. This family favorite event is open from 4:00-10:00 p.m. on Wednesday through Sunday and runs until December 30th.
  • Mary R Edwards
    RE/MAX Elite, REALTORS
    If you're searching for a new Mexican place to eat at El Paisa in Lone Jack is the one! I find that family-owned restaurants always have a more authentic taste and better flavors. The chips and salsa at the beginning of the meal are the perfect examples of how their food is better than any chain restaurant. This small family business recently extended its roots into Warrensburg MO and I am eager to taste test that location next time I'm am showing houses in the area.
  • Genia Birchfield
    RE/MAX Elite, REALTORS
    What a pleasant surprise this was to stumble upon. I remember passing this adorable farmhouse and thinking it would be a great home to own with a few kids and a progressive farm. I really never thought of converting it into a coffee shop. However, I think the owners were spot on adding this gem to the great community of Lone Jack, MO. This town has so much to offer from its people, schools, and a large area for homes. The only thing its missing is a few more mom and pop places like the Lovett. I had the pleasure of enjoying a great cup of joe and lunch with my mother in law. We tried the chicken salad croissant and the veggie chipotle cheddar panini. Both were excellent! Looking forward to stopping in again.
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    Lone Jack, MO
    If you are looking for a newer built home in a smaller, family based community, Lone Jack may be the place for you. With a population of 1,306 people in just one single neighborhood, Lone Jack is peaking interest to many new home builds for families. Why else is it family friendly? The crime rate in Lone Jack is listed at 72% lower crime rate than Missouri. And if you do have children, know that the high school graduation school rates are 91%; 9% higher than the US average!
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    Lone Jack, MO
    Looking for a specific neighborhood in Lone Jack? Unfortunately if your heart is set on Rosehill, Parker Heights, Shiloh Estates, Regal Estates, or Lakota Ridge you are out of luck…but there are still homes available. Remax has 11 homes available for sale ranging from $510k to $115k.
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    Lone Jack, MO
    Hungry but don’t feel like cooking? In Lone Jack there are lots of options for dinner, but one of the most recommended would be the Lone Jack Café. Small town atmosphere, reasonably priced, great service, and even better food! Open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at 100 Cannon Drive, Lone Jack, MO 64070.
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    Lone Jack, MO
    Looking to start the new year with a new home? If you are looking to get into Lone Jack, you may need to be patient. Lone Jack’s vacant housing (or houses for sale) comes in at only 5.3% availability within the town. A whopping 71.5% is owner occupied with the remaining 23.2% being renter occupied.
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    Still looking for a Christmas present for a loved one? Do they love horses? Check out Sitter Downs in Lone Jack! Not only do they have lessons for young and old, they are doing a special Pony Yoga and rider balance on December 29. Cost per person is $100, but the experience would be amazing for that horse lover in the family!
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    Lone Jack, MO
    Looking for a small town feel near Kansas City? Look at to Lone Jack, MO, whose population is 1,241 as of July 2019. Know before you go! If you want to look at houses in the area, know that the median home price is $159,000.
  • Try Powell Gardens! Located in the Kingsville area, this beautiful garden has more than you might expect. Currently, the Jurassic Garden exhibit is running through October 3rd. Bring your children to run through fields where Dinosaurs roam. And you can "stop and smell the roses" and take in the beautiful gardens.
  • First, a great read, "Gray Ghosts of the Confederacy" by Richard S. Brownlee, describes this historic event. Visit the Lone Jack Battlefield Museum and Soldier's Cemetery to unlock the mystery of why Kansas and Missouri have such a vivid state line border. From 1860 to 1865, these two states were fast and furious with guerrilla warfare during the American Civil War. Many Missouri families were driven from their homes as a result of Order No. 11 for aiding guerrilla fighters, as well as commerce destruction of telegraph lines, railways and robbing of mail coaches. Kansans and Missourians raided towns on both sides of the Kansas/Missouri border. These events made Missouri one of the deadliest states for war casualties during the Civil War. Many lost family, homes, property and fortunes over raiding that went on in both states.

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