SAMMAMISH — This weekend, Woodhaven is highlighting its Shaw design at a 2,515-square-foot home that backs up to the community’s forested greenbelt.
“Homeowners will love the Shaw’s patio, with its views into the greenbelt — a great place to relax or entertain in nature,” says Jim Summers, the community sales manager at Woodhaven, built by Toll Brothers. “Being nestled in a forested setting means that Woodhaven has no road noise or external sounds.”
The Shaw design includes four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a two-car garage. It features a covered entry that flows into a separate living and dining room, ideal for formal entertaining.
There is an open kitchen with center island and butler’s pantry, as well as a sunlit nook with outdoor access.
At the rear of the home, an oversize family room features picture windows and a fireplace, as well as additional space for a built-in desk for office use.
On the second floor, a king-size master-bedroom suite has a coved ceiling that lends character and style to the room. “There are two walk-in closets, ideal for storage, which has been very well-received by our homeowners,” says Summers.
Additional second-floor features include three auxiliary bedrooms and a laundry room.
Each living space in the Shaw includes opportunities for personalization, says Summers.
“That’s one of the benefits of buying a Toll Brothers home,” Summers says. “Not only do buyers enjoy meticulous craftsmanship, they get the opportunity to work with a personal designer at the design studio in Kirkland.”
During a design appointment, buyers choose everything from countertops to hardwood flooring to paint colors.
“Right now is the best time to buy because buyers get incredible savings on upgrades as part of our national sales event,” says Summers. “The event, which kicks off this weekend and runs through April 24, features 50 percent off upgrades up to $30,000. What’s not to love about having Toll Brothers help pay for personalization?”
Summers invites interested homebuyers to visit the community and tour the homes under construction. There are several framed homes that visitors can walk through, including the Shaw, Saint Edwards, Sehome and the upcoming model home, the Kingston. They can also explore the two community parks that feature a children’s play area, picnic tables and grassy play lawns.
Woodhaven is served by the Lake Washington School District, including Rachel Carson Elementary School, Inglewood Middle School and Eastlake High School. It is a quick commute to Microsoft, Costco, and downtown Redmond and Bellevue.
“Homebuyers love the combination of living in a beautiful new home in a great school district,” says Summers. “We have spectacular homeowner events where the whole community gets together to talk and meet each other. It’s a friendly, welcoming neighborhood close to everything.”