Located just south of the "Military Road" (now known as Barry Road) that ran between the Liberty Arsenal and Fort Leavenworth, the parcel of land that eventually became the City of Platte Woods was developed by Ernest "Ernie" C. Thompson as the "Garden Spot of Platte County" in the 1930's. It was conceived as an exclusive residential community offering full acre or larger lots.
On March 1, 1846 the United Stated deeded 160 acres to
Thomas Jack by signature of President James K. Polk.
Under the Homestead Act 1820, Mr. Jacks was entitled to another 160 acres if he was married...
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Platte Woods, with area code 64151, is ranked among the safest neighborhoods in Kansas City.
It is 74 percent safer than all U.S. neighborhoods. The
list is made up of two lists of neighborhoods – highly
affluent city neighborhoods or modest-income neighborhoods
with tightly-knit working-class families...Read