The community, with a private hilltop setting surrounded by mature trees, is its early construction phase.

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SAMMAMISH — Pinnacle at Inglewood Hill has opened for sale with a mix of townhomes and single-family homes in two collections: the Duets and the Signature.

The Duets Collection consists of three- and four-bedroom paired homes with open floor plans, bonus rooms and covered decks. Many also include a basement with game room, full bath and secondary bedroom.

The homes have more than 2,800 square feet of interior living space and include an attached two-car garage.

The Signature Collection offers a blend of two- and three-story home designs, with three to five bedrooms and open lofts. These new homes will feature Craftsman, Shingle, traditional, farmhouse and contemporary façades.

“There’s so much variety in this quaint community,” says Susan Meadows, the sales manager at Pinnacle at Inglewood Hill. “It will have a unique street scene and offer multi-faceted living arrangements so buyers can pick the home that meets their lifestyle needs.

“Personalization is possible, down to the smallest design details, in a presale opportunity. Homebuyers are teamed up with a professional designer from the Kirkland Design Studio, who will help them select color palettes, hardware collections, flooring, cabinetry, tiling, lighting and more.”

Another major community draw is the location, she says.

“The commuter access to Bellevue, Redmond and Seattle, and employment centers such as Microsoft and Costco, is exceptional,” Meadows says. “We’re walkable to the shopping and dining at Sammamish Highlands, and to the community garden, playground and loop trail of the Sammamish Commons, too.”

While entertainment is close by, the community’s private hilltop setting is surrounded by mature trees, lending the area a sense of serenity and solitude.

“Many of the homes have greenbelt views, creating very scenic and private backyards,” says Meadows. “Our homeowners get to enjoy a little bit of the Pacific Northwest’s nature, and the feeling of being in a park-like setting. In the later phases of construction, some homes will afford striking views of the Cascade Mountains and Tiger Summit.”

Served by the Lake Washington School District, children living at Pinnacle at Inglewood Hill can attend Margaret Mead Elementary, Inglewood Middle School and Eastlake High School.

While the community is its early construction phase, homebuyers can visit the nearby Toll Brothers community, The Overlook at Brookshire, to get a feel for the finished product.

The Overlook at Brookshire’s Sidney model home features a floor plan that Pinnacle at Inglewood Hill will offer in the future, and is available for scheduled tours.

“It’s beautiful and inviting,” says Meadows. “It feels like a really livable space that’s very comfortable. I encourage homebuyers to tour it to get a taste for the stunning homes we’ll be offering here in our community.”