Frazier Heights is a collection of 32 homesites in a quiet closed-loop neighborhood with pastoral views of the Skagit Valley.
BURLINGTON — Sales are pending on 11 of the 32 homesites at Frazier Heights, a quiet closed-loop neighborhood with pastoral views of the Skagit Valley.
The builder, Landed Gentry Homes and Communities, is offering eight home plans that are designed to maximize views and optimize comfortable living. Designs include single-level and traditional two-story layouts and range in size from 1,846 to more than 3,000 square feet. Many include media rooms and two- to four-car garages.
The finishes at Frazier Heights include hardwood flooring, solid-surface counters in the kitchens, solid-wood cabinetry and fully landscaped yards. Buyers are able to personalize their homes with selections that match their lifestyle and taste, says Kendra Decker, the vice president of Landed Gentry.
“With just 32 homes and the scenic farmland vistas, Frazier Heights feels like the traditional neighborhood of yesteryear, with the modern conveniences of today,” she says.
Open for tours this weekend, the model home features the 2,469-square-foot Padilla floor plan, which includes a three-car garage.
“This model home embodies the popular modern-country feel and has been thoughtfully planned out for the way people live today,” Decker says. “The open layout features a den on the main level, powder room and a large open kitchen, dining and living room. The weathered hardwood flooring, white-painted cabinetry and vintage-style lighting highlight the pastoral views enjoyed from nearly every window in this home.”
The upstairs master suite includes shiplap details, as well as a five-piece bathroom and walk-in closet. The upper level includes three additional bedrooms, a third bathroom and a spacious family room.
“Now is the time to take advantage of the early selection of homesites,” Decker says. “Presales are currently underway, with the first buyers moving in early next year.”
Frazier Heights is located next to Skagit Golf and Country Club and is in the Burlington-Edison School District. The community is minutes from access to Highway 20 and approximately 5 minutes from I-5. From there, Everett is about 30 minutes away and Seattle is a 60-minute drive.