Just one home remains for sale at Crestview, and it features the five-bedroom Aldwell floor plan.
REDMOND — Just one home remains for sale at Crestview, and it features one of the community’s best-selling plans.
The Aldwell features a shingle façade, five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 3,783 square feet of living space. If purchased by the end of June, the homebuyer will receive a $10,000 buyer bonus to personalize the home.
“It’s been one of our most popular plans, so this is a prime opportunity,” says Stephanie Nelson, the community sales manager at Crestview.
Homebuyers love the fact that the Aldwell has a main-floor guest suite with a full bath, ideal for overnight visitors.”
She says the plan is also “great for entertaining,” with a large backyard deck attached to the main-floor living area. The home’s open kitchen flows into the great room, and has its own island and separate eating space.
The Aldwell also boasts a daylight basement. It includes a guest-bedroom suite with full bath and a large game room, providing a convenient area for multi-generational entertaining. This level affords expansive windows and the opportunity to walk out to the backyard.
An upstairs loft provides additional living space and is centrally located to the upstairs master bedroom suite and ancillary bedrooms. The master-bedroom suite spans the back half of the second floor and features dual walk-in closets, as well as a shower and separate Roman tub.
As with every home by Toll Brothers, buyers at Crestview can choose from a range of personalization options at the Kirkland Design Studio, including lighting, flooring and countertop surfaces.
“The $10,000 bonus provides a great opportunity for buyers to make the home their own,” says Nelson. Buyers will receive one-on-one consultation during two complimentary sessions with a professional designer.
Crestview is located atop a scenic crest among mature evergreen trees in the Education Hill neighborhood of Redmond. Residents have access to Crestview’s park with play structure and picnic area.
“People love Crestview for its central location and beautiful outlook,” says Nelson. “We’re perched above the picturesque Sammamish Valley with westerly views of the Olympic Mountains.”
The 31-home community is served by the Lake Washington School District, including Norman Rockwell Elementary, Redmond Junior High and Redmond High School.