Kendallwood Hills Estates

3 out of 5 based on 4 user reviews | write a review


Address: 8559 N Line Creek Pkwy
Kansas City, MO 64154
Telephone: (816)468-8282
Fax: (816)468-8283
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Kendallwood Hills Estates, home builder, listed under "Home Builders" category, is located at 8559 N Line Creek Pkwy Kansas City MO, 64154 and can be reached by 8164688282 phone number. Kendallwood Hills Estates has currently 4 reviews.

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"I absolutely recommend this senior living facility! From the facility, staff to kitchen staff, and food, KHE is 5 star plus!"
, Mar 9 2013 11:56AM Kendallwood Hills Estates

 starstarstarstarstar 5.0 out 5 stars
"I feel like the staff are very genuinely caring. They have a great community and a lot of different places to visit that are near by. I've never had any problems or concerns with Kendallwood Hills Estates. I think it's a great place to live."
, Feb 19 2013 8:32AM Kendallwood Hills Estates

 star 1.0 out 5 stars
"O stars. This is an unprofessional place to work. The chef is a psychopath who treats employees like slaves. The kitchen is indeed unsanitary. The food is terrible, only fried stuff and the chef- Phil Martin tells his employees that the residents are "about to die anyway"."
, Nov 5 2012 3:17PM Kendallwood Hills Estates

 star 1.0 out 5 stars
"Is Kendallwood for you? If you answer “yes” to these questions, it is! Do you like to eat bad food prepared in an unsanitary-looking kitchen? Do you want an unbalanced diet, where the primary vegetable is lettuce? Do you want to live among people who like to steal decorative items from hallways and lobbies? Do you want to live in a place where you probably won’t get your full apartment deposit back after leaving? Do you want to live in a facility that has so little money that they cut back on maintenance, lay off employees, and remove light bulbs from their lighting fixtures?"
, Jan 22 2012 3:28PM Kendallwood Hills Estates

 
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