Canterbury Park is in the early stages of construction, but homebuyers can tour the community and take advantage of special incentives toward personalizing their outdoor living spaces.

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SAMMAMISH — During the Toll Brothers Outdoor Living sales event, which begins this weekend, new homebuyers at Canterbury Park will receive special incentives toward personalizing their outdoor living spaces.

Outdoor living spaces are fast becoming a popular design option, enabling homeowners to extend the square footage of their home, says Janet Truesdell, the community sales manager at Canterbury Park.

“For most of us, yard space is at a premium, but being able to create an idyllic backyard sanctuary is possible with the options available during our Outdoor Living sales event, which runs Aug. 20–28,” says Truesdell. She adds that the sales event is taking place at several of the builder’s communities in the area.

“Buyers will be able to work with our landscape designer to create a colorful and fragrant garden design, or an entertaining area with an extended patio and gas line for the barbecue,” she says. “Fencing and full-yard irrigation are also options buyers can consider during this event at Canterbury Park.”

Truesdell encourages homebuyers to visit this weekend, while Canterbury Park is in the early stages of construction, to tour the community and take advantage of the sales offering.

“Summers seem to be getting longer and there are more beautiful sunny days to enjoy,” she says.

Canterbury Park’s community areas also offer spaces for outdoor recreation and relaxation, with more than 26 acres of protected open space. A walking trail winds past Mystic Lake and connects the three community parks with children’s playgrounds, a sport court, picnic tables and recreation lawns.

Canterbury Park’s single-family homes feature up to five bedrooms and four baths. There are nine home designs available with façades that range from Craftsman to Tudor to shingle.

Homebuyers will receive special incentives that can be used to personalize their outdoor living spaces.
Homebuyers will receive special incentives that can be used to personalize their outdoor living spaces.

“There is still a variety of designs to choose from,” says Truesdell. “Our Stuart with Basement plan is a popular choice with 3,811 square feet of living space, including four bedrooms and an optional fifth bedroom. This floor plan has expansive windows that overlook the yard, and backs to a natural greenbelt. The Stuart also offers a covered deck just off of the great room on the main level.”

Canterbury Park homebuyers have the opportunity to personalize their home at Toll Brothers design studio. They can choose their countertops, flooring, paint colors and more.

Children living at Canterbury Park can attend Rachel Carson Elementary, Inglewood Middle School and Eastlake High School in the Lake Washington School District.

Located in the heart of Sammamish, Canterbury Park is within 20 minutes of several major employment centers, including Bellevue, Redmond and Issaquah.