A SENIOR VILLAGE
When visiting Westwood Manor, you’ll be surprised to find a retirement community on 25 park-like acres with the style of what you’d expect to find only in Florida and Arizona – not Liberty, Missouri. Located near venues perfect for active seniors, it is here where residents can enjoy pride of ownership at a fraction of the cost of typical patio homes or villas. If you are seeking the perfect retirement village for active seniors who enjoy a safe, clean, quiet, and friendly lifestyle, then come visit us. With the highest-quality manufactured homes priced from the $30,000s to $90,000s, Westwood Manor is a place where you can live your best life.
QUALITY & AFFORDABILITY
Westwood Manor sits on 25 acres in a true, park-like setting for people 50 and older to enjoy. Unlike communities that have little or no standards, Westwood Manor is based on a retirement community concept that specializes in quality and affordability. Whether it’s the Yard-of-the-Month contest, our Community Center, or our nature trail and parks, Westwood Manor is a community of high standards. The quality of our homes, with their vaulted ceilings, luxury baths, and island kitchens will convince you that we are like no other manufactured home community in the midwest.
Bounded to the west by I-35 for easy access and to the east by Little Shoal Creek, the community is surrounded by native woodlands. Westwood Manor is a perfect location to provide both easy access and a wonderful setting for a senior lifestyle. Kansas City International Airport is 20 miles west of us. A major north-south interstate (I-35) runs right in front of the community, and a major east-west interstate (I-70) is 10 miles away. Interstate I-435, which loops around the Greater Kansas City area, is one-mile south of the community to get you anywhere in the Kansas City area fast.
Just 15 minutes northwest of Westwood Manor is Smithville Lake, with 7,200 acres of fun for pleasure boating, fishing, camping, sailing, or skiing. Camp Branch Restaurant near the marina gives diners a stunning view of the lake while enjoying a break from the sun. Last year, the lake welcomed nearly two million visitors.