Positively Urban, Uniquely Eclectic
Pendleton Heights is a downtown neighborhood that boasts Kansas City’s first Boulevard, three city parks, one of only two nationally-listed urban scenic byways, and the largest collection of true Victorian homes in the city. In 2013, This Old House Magazine cited Pendleton Heights as one of their Best Old House Neighborhoods in the U.S., but our enclave is so more than great architecture and rich history. Pendleton Heights also boasts a community garden, an orchard, and a privately owned pocket park. Don't let that "privately owned" bit confuse you. The PH Pocket Park is maintained by neighbors for neighbors and all are welcome, residents and visitors alike.
A colorful mix of urban professionals, creatives, young families, and young-at-heart retirees have chosen to set down deep roots and call Pendleton Heights their home. Most will say they moved here for the fantastic housing stock, but stay for the people.
We are an innately welcoming bunch, and considering our neighborhood's history of attracting immigrants (Irish, Italian, Vietnamese, Mexican, Bhutanese and Burmese, to name a few) it couldn't be any other way. This open-arms attitude is the very thing that ensures the ongoing evolution of our positively urban, uniquely eclectic neighborhood.
We love it here and bet you will too.
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