August 23, 2013
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SNOQUALMIE — Waking up to the sunrise over Mount Si is just one of the highlights new homeowners moving into 7429 Better Way Loop S.E. in the Kimball Creek community will have to look forward to, says listing agent Dennis Schauls.
Ready for move-in later this month, the easterly facing, three-story, single-family home borders a lush, forested greenbelt and is priced from $404,995.
"The three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home offers views of Mount Si from the living room and master suite. It's our Cohen design, which is a very open floor plan with large living and dining rooms and a big kitchen island that separates the two," says Schauls. "And in the evening, there is a nice deck off the back overlooking the greenbelt where you can enjoy a pleasant sunset view."
The interiors offer granite tile countertops with a full-height backsplash, tile floors in the master bath, hardwood floors in the kitchen, dining room and hallway, and a fireplace in the living room that is framed in tile. The home also has a two-car tandem garage with plenty of room for extra storage.
While that particular home is nearing completion, the remaining homes for sale at Kimball Creek are being sold on a presale basis, allowing homeowners the opportunity to personalize their spaces with their choice of color palette and interior finishes.
Built by CamWest, a Toll Brothers Company, Kimball Creek is located in the foothills of the Cascades on the outskirts of the historic town of Snoqualmie. Offering a mountain retreat setting, the intimate community of 85 homes includes a range of home types, including condominiums, townhomes and single-family homes.
"Kimball Creek has been extremely popular with buyers; we've been averaging one home sale per week this summer," says Schauls. "In this current phase, we have 12 single-family homes, two condominiums and two townhomes available for sale."
Featuring a town-center design, the entrance of Kimball Creek has an open-air retail village, while at its heart is a large, open park with a play structure and seating.
"The retail village has its own professional district with physicians, a dentist, an optometrist and physical therapists. The village also has three restaurants — great teriyaki, pizza and a sandwich shop — as well as a couple of day spas for nails and massages," says Schauls.
As an added bonus, a network of trails within Kimball Creek connect to the nearby community of Snoqualmie Ridge, where Kimball Creek homeowners also have access to an array of restaurants, shops, a grocery store and a golf course.
"While our homeowners can enjoy all of the amenities of Snoqualmie Ridge, we're in our own cul-de-sac-inspired neighborhood. There's only one entrance to Kimball Creek, so there's less traffic, making it a much more peaceful and quiet setting," Schauls says.
Located in the Snoqualmie Valley School District, Kimball Creek is less than 2.5 miles from I-90, 17 miles from downtown Bellevue and 11 miles from Microsoft's Issaquah campus. In addition, the neighborhood is less than 1 mile from Salish Lodge and Spa and 1.5 miles from downtown Snoqualmie.
And, of course, right outside homeowners' front doors is all the extraordinary alpine beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
"Whether you like to hike, mountain bike, rock climb, ski or snowboard, the address is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. We're less than 15 minutes to the trails of Mount Si or 35 minutes to the slopes of Snoqualmie Pass," says Schauls.
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