Six homes are available for purchase as the final development phase begins at Belvedere in Bellevue.

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BELLEVUE — Toll Brothers has begun construction on homes in the final development phase at the Belvedere community. There are six homes available for purchase, including its award-winning McCartney and the popular Putvin.

“We’re currently offering $30,000 in upgrades on our Putvin design on homesite 92, a grand estate with a gorgeous contemporary façade,” says Dana Heyum, the community sales manager. “It’s a rare and special opportunity on one of our last Putvin plans, which is located in a very private setting with native protective growth surrounding it.”

The Putvin is Belvedere’s largest floor plan, spanning more than 6,100 square feet with six bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. Its two-story foyer has a showpiece circular stairwell that looks over the double-volume living room. Hardwood flooring extends from the entry to the kitchen and dining nook to create a seamless look.

In the Putvin plan, a two-story foyer has a showpiece circular stairwell that looks over the double-volume living room.
In the Putvin plan, a two-story foyer has a showpiece circular stairwell that looks over the double-volume living room.

The kitchen is an open plan with gourmet appliances and a chef’s island that overlooks the dining nook and family room. An expansive deck borders the great room, offering outdoor living and entertaining opportunities.

On the second floor, the master suite is a home highlight, says Heyum, with its elegant master bath featuring a walk-in closet, deep soaking tub, and shower with a seat and window. “It feels like you’re at the spa,” Heyum says.

There are also three auxiliary bedrooms on the second floor, with the option for a fourth bedroom or open loft.

The Putvin also offers a finished lower level, which provides an additional living and entertaining space, including a theater room with risers. Ten-foot-high ceilings and wide windows flood the area with light, while a walk-out patio offers access to the outdoors.

“Homeowners can extend the patio and create stairs to the upstairs deck and kitchen,” says Heyum. “That’s one thing they could consider applying toward their $30,000 in incentives. They can also go to our Design Studio in Kirkland and choose from thousands of designer options for hardwoods, hardware, lighting and more.”

Another option is home automation. Homeowners can use their cellphone to automate surround sound, window blinds, TVs, and security.

Interested house hunters can visit the community and tour the McCartney model, a Gold Nugget award-winning home design available in three different exterior looks. It spans more than 5,200 square feet with up to five bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a two-story great room and three-car garage.

Belvedere is bordered on three sides by more than 3,100 acres of Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland and provides a peaceful, resort lifestyle just 10 minutes from urban amenities.