The stand-alone homes are primarily single-level floor plans designed for homebuyers ages 55 and older.

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MOUNT VERNON — Woodside is unveiling its next release of homesites this weekend. Built by Landed Gentry Homes, the active-adult community is offering two new single-level, stand-alone designs that feature open layouts. Pricing starts in the $340,000s.

Designed for homebuyers ages 55 and older, the homes at Woodside range in size from 1,392 to 2,567 square feet. Each home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a finished two-car garage. The stand-alone homes are primarily single-level designs, with individual yard maintenance covered by the homeowners’ association. A private community lodge and park are under construction.

“This newest phase of Woodside really brings the community to full life,” says Brian Gentry, the president of Landed Gentry Homes. “With the addition of the central park and the Commons Lodge, there will be a neighborhood hub for those who call Woodside home. A place for friends to come together and enjoy what this place of life has to offer.”

Woodside’s newest fully furnished model, the Madrona, is a 1,846-square-foot single-level home on a corner lot. It has two bedrooms, a den/office and two bathrooms. The great-room layout features a kitchen that opens to the living and dining rooms. French doors lead to the light-filled den, which is centrally located near the main living areas.

The home features a gray-and-white color palette. White cabinetry and millwork, weathered gray hardwood flooring and light-colored granite countertops combine to create a cozy and inviting space.

The furnished Juniper Loft model home is also available to tour this weekend.

“Each home is built with the buyer’s quality of life in mind,” Gentry says. “Most homes are single-level with open layouts, and each one features comfortable, easy-care finishes. A select number of homesites back up to protected woodland areas, creating a private and uniquely Northwest feel.

“Nestled in the Skagit Valley, natural beauty abounds and there is never a shortage of things to see and do. From hiking the nearby North Cascades or the many state and local parks, to fishing the Skagit River and nearby Puget Sound, there is an abundance of outdoor activities.”

The area features a vibrant arts scene, with local exhibits, museums and performances staged at McIntyre Hall and other venues.