A six-bedroom home with the Tacoma with Basement floor plan is in its final stages of construction and will be available in December.
BOTHELL — Parkhurst, a view-oriented community near the University of Washington Bothell campus, is selling its final homes.
A home with the Tacoma with Basement floor plan is in its final stages of construction and will be available in December.
Prospective buyers are encouraged to tour the 4,328-square-foot home, which includes six bedrooms and four baths. It features a Colonial façade and includes a three-car garage.
The entry foyer opens to formal living and dining rooms. A great room includes a fireplace and expansive windows, and offers access to the rear deck, which has Cascade Mountain views. There is also a first-floor bedroom that homeowners can use as an office space or a guest suite.
Hardwood floors are included throughout the main floor, including in the kitchen. A center island with breakfast bar, breakfast nook, KitchenAid appliances and quartz counters are included in the kitchen.
The Tacoma with Basement’s second floor has a master bedroom with views of the Cascade Mountains. It includes a double-door entry and two walk-in closets. The master bath includes a dual-sink vanity, soaking tub and separate shower.
There are also three auxiliary bedrooms, a second bath and a laundry room, as well as a loft area at the top of the stairs.
The daylight basement offers a recreation area and an additional bedroom and bathroom. Ten-foot ceilings create an air of spaciousness, and multiple windows will fill the space with natural light.
Available for tours on the private and secluded homesite 32 is a two-story Tacoma design that is furnished and move-in ready. It features hardwood flooring on the main floor, crown molding, tile showers, frameless shower doors and air conditioning.
The model home at Parkhurst, which features the Enatai floor plan, will also be available for sale soon. It includes an oversize kitchen with a center island and butler’s pantry. The master bedroom features sunset views, and a bonus room is ideal for recreational use.
“I think the benefit is that in this market with such limited inventory, you get to buy a move-in-ready home designed by a professional designer,” says Susan Meadows, the community sales manager at Parkhurst. “We work with a wide range of designers who choose details that are on trend, including white Shaker-style cabinets, light gray slab and subway tiles. Our homes are pretty traditional, but themes are very clean and fresh with a bit of a modern kick.”
This is also the last weekend for Parkhurst buyers to earn incentives to personalize their new homes through the builder’s national sales event.