Built by Toll Brothers, Crestview will feature 31 homes with a variety of two- and three-story designs. They'll include views of the Sammamish Valley and Olympic Mountains.
REDMOND — This weekend marks the opening of Crestview, a community on a hilltop in Redmond’s Education Hill neighborhood with views of the Sammamish Valley and Olympic Mountains.
Built by Toll Brothers, Crestview will feature 31 homes with a variety of two- and three-story designs.
“Almost every home will have a view, some with outlooks on every level,” says Anne-Vija Nelson, Crestview’s community sales manager. “We’ll have some homes with covered upper balconies, so buyers can enjoy their morning cup of coffee along with the stunning panoramas.”
The range of exterior designs will include Craftsman, Colonial, traditional and shingle, as well as a few contemporary options. The four- to six-bedroom homes will range in size from 2,614 to 4,364 square feet, and feature great-room designs and open kitchens.
Some homes will feature main-floor bedrooms, and daylight basements with private guest suites for extended family.
“Our daylight basements will offer walk-out floor plans, providing an additional outdoor living area,” says Nelson. “And because we are in our early phases of construction, new buyers have the opportunity to extensively personalize these spaces.”
She says personalization is available for all Toll Brothers homebuyers, and includes visits with a designer at the builder’s design studio. Buyers will work with the designer to select colors, materials, hard surfaces, lighting and more.
“No two homes ever end up looking the same with Toll Brothers,” says Nelson. “Buyers love this opportunity to work with a professional to create highly personalized spaces with special details that make a home feel uniquely their own.”
One customization option is a second-level loft, available on many of Crestview’s designs. These flexible living spaces offer families a bonus space that can be used as a TV or family lounge, a playroom, an entertaining space or a home office.
Crestview will include a neighborhood park with a play structure and picnic area, in a natural setting surrounded by mature evergreens. The community will offer access to schools in the Lake Washington School District. Among these are Norman Rockwell Elementary, which is rated 10 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org.
The community’s location ensures a quick commute to several major employment centers, including Microsoft and Costco, as well as downtown Redmond and Woodinville’s wineries.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the proximity to the Sammamish River Trail, as well as 60 Acres Park and its 25 athletic fields. Willows Run Golf Course is also minutes from the community, offering a driving range, two 18-hole courses and a themed putting course.