New Home Showcase
October 18, 2013
Mix of architectural styles among available homes
Parkridge at The WoodlandsOpen 11 a.m.–6 p.m. weekends and noon–6 p.m. weekdays at 17187 N.E. 117th St., Redmond
From the low $700,000s
206-390-6909 or tollbrothers.com
REDMOND — Homebuyers have begun moving into Parkridge at The Woodlands, a community of 51 three- to six-bedroom homes in the Education Hill area.
"We've had seven home-owners move in, and they've all loved the neighborhood and the location," says John L. Scott's Jamie Ham, the listing agent at Parkridge at The Woodlands.
He says the location places homeowners near everything that made Redmond one of Money magazine's "Best Places to Live" in 2012, including the Cascade Mountains, Woodinville's wineries and the "stellar schools" of the Lake Washington School District.
Parkridge at The Woodlands is located near major employers such as Microsoft and Google, and is less than 5 miles from Redmond Town Center. Access to Highway 202, Interstate 405 and state Route 520 allows for convenient connections to Marymoor Park, the Sammamish River Trail and Willows Run Golf Course.
Parkridge at The Woodlands includes 3 acres of protected greenbelt, parks, playfields and trails. The homes are available in a mix of architectural styles, including Colonial, Craftsman, shingle, Tudor and traditional. Exteriors feature Northwest hues, as well as stone or brick detailing and decorative wood braces and gable trim.
Built by CamWest, a Toll Brothers company, the community has eight homes for sale.
"We have a variety of homes available," Ham says. "For example, our Kingston design averages 2,751 square feet and includes four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. And our Sequoia is a 3,415-square-foot plan that features five bedrooms and three baths."
Depending on the home they choose, buyers may be able to move in in time for the holidays. Additional homes are scheduled for completion in February and March.
"For our presale homes, homebuyers can utilize [CamWest's] new design studio in downtown Kirkland to personalize their spaces," Ham says. "It's one-stop shopping. Working with a design consultant, they can choose from thousands of options to outfit their homes."
He says the floor plans at Parkridge at The Woodlands cater to a variety of tastes and styles. Some include separate living and dining rooms for more formal entertaining, while others have open great-room layouts. Flexible spaces such as third-floor open lofts and second-floor bonus rooms accommodate homeowners' changing space needs over the years.
Additional options include front porches, two-story ceilings in formal spaces, and main-floor guest bedrooms or dens with adjacent three-quarter baths. All homes include oversize windows and two- or three-car garages.
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