New Home Showcase
November 2, 2012
Community's furnished models now open
Hunters PlaceOpen noon–5 p.m. daily at 24553 S.E. 46th Terrace, Issaquah
From the low $500,000s
206-601-0779 or camwest.com
ISSAQUAH -- Hunters Place is celebrating the grand opening of two fully furnished model homes today and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Located near the Sammamish Plateau, the collection of 22 three- and four-bedroom homes has 10 remaining for sale.
"The community has been very popular with buyers. It seems like every time we finish a model home, we sell it," says John Thompson, the listing agent for the community.
Of the homes for sale, one is complete and ready for move-in, one is scheduled for completion next month and three others will be ready for move-in in the first quarter of next year. The remaining homes are being sold presale.
"If you act quickly, you can still customize your home -- even the home that will be ready in December has some customization opportunities still available," Thompson says.
The homes are built by CamWest, a Toll Brothers Company. Buyers can tailor the homes to fit their needs through the builder's CamYes! program, which offers customization options beyond the traditional color palettes and lighting packages.
"All of our homeowners at Hunters Place have made their homes their own through the program. A lot of other builders say no to the requests that buyers make, but not CamWest," Thompson says.
The two new model homes feature the Cougar and Fairmont floor plans. The Cougar plan has a great room and a formal living room on the main level, as well as an open loft space upstairs. The Fairmont design has both formal and informal living spaces, and also includes a guest suite on the main level that is adjacent to a three-quarter bath.
"The Fairmont design is the last of its kind in the neighborhood," Thompson says. "It's one of our most sought-after floor plans because of the main-floor bedroom. A lot of our homeowners have extended families who come to visit and want their own private space."
Interiors feature kitchens outfitted in stainless steel appliances, natural wood cabinetry with crown molding, and full-height backsplashes with decorative accents. Gas fireplaces are surrounded in slate, and five-piece master baths include soaking tubs and walk-in closets.
Hunters Place borders a protected native-growth area and features large heritage trees and two neighborhood parks: one with play equipment and the other with benches and picnic tables.
"With the adjacent greenbelt and parks, Hunters Place has a great neighborhood streetscape," Thompson says. "And we are in a cul-de-sac, so you don't have busy through traffic, which is a comforting feeling when you have kids out playing or you're out walking your dog."
The community is located within minutes of Interstate 90. Homeowners can walk to Klahanie Shopping Center, which includes a QFC, a Starbucks, restaurants, services and a gas station.
"This is a wonderfully connected address; you can be in downtown Bellevue in just 15 minutes and Lake Sammamish or Tiger Mountain in eight," says Thompson. "I really encourage everyone to stop by to check out the homes this weekend. With only 10 remaining, you shouldn't put it off."
Toll Brothers is among the nation's leading builders of luxury homes. Its recent purchase of CamWest Development, LLC -- which has been building homes locally for more than 20 years -- expands the company's reach to the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1967, Toll Brothers is now building homes in 20 states.
Toll Brothers was rated No. 1 in 2011 and 2010 for Financial Soundness, Long-Term Investment and Quality of Products/Services in the homebuilding category of Fortune magazine's annual World's Most Admired Companies survey.
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