Quail Run’s five home designs range in size from 1,200 to 2,100 square feet and include two or three bedrooms. New homesites with views of the Yakima Valley and Mount Adams are available now.

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YAKIMA — Located on a hillside above the Yakima Valley, Quail Run  at Terrace Heights is a gated community of 117 homesites designed for active adults.

“It’s your chance to escape the traffic and weather of the I-5 corridor to enjoy the sun and slower pace of eastern Washington. You’ll enjoy the lower cost of living, too,” says Quail Run sales manager Phil Signor. Home sales are managed by Lakeshore Home Sales, LLC.

Homebuyers at Quail Run can customize their homes and garages with the assistance of the sales staff, he says.

“Working with our builders, we provide a new turnkey home complete with garage, landscaping, irrigation and fencing,” Signor says. “Each home includes upgraded appliances, wood cabinets, heat pump and patio.”

The community’s five home designs range in size from 1,200 to 2,100 square feet and include two or three bedrooms.
The community’s five home designs range in size from 1,200 to 2,100 square feet and include two or three bedrooms.

Quail Run’s five home designs range in size from 1,200 to 2,100 square feet and include two or three bedrooms and two baths. Yards are landscaped for minimal maintenance and include sprinkler systems.

New homesites with views of the Yakima Valley and Mount Adams are available now.

“Quail Run is a land-lease community,” Signor says. “To learn the benefits of living in a land-lease community, contact our sales office.”

The area’s average of 300 sunny days per year allows plenty of time for golf, hiking, fishing, skiing, shopping or touring one of the 100-plus local wineries. Near Quail Run, there are nine golf courses (two private), a shopping center with more than 40 stores, 10 miles of greenway for walking and biking, and access to ski slopes, casinos, museums and other attractions.

“Yakima offers four full seasons of stunning natural beauty, allowing residents to enjoy a wide range of activities,” Signor says.

The city has two hospitals and an airport serviced by Alaska Airlines.