The Overlook at Brookshire in Issaquah will host a Harvest Festival on Nov. 7 with horse-drawn hay rides, fall-themed refreshments and tours of the neighborhood.
ISSAQUAH — The Overlook at Brookshire will host a Harvest Festival on Nov. 7 with horse-drawn hay rides, fall-themed refreshments and tours of the neighborhood.
“It’s going to be a fun event that gives people a chance to see the community in a whole new way,” says Anne McIntosh, the sales manager at The Overlook at Brookshire. “We’ll tour our homesites, three community parks and sports court, and new and perspective homeowners will be able to bond and get to know each other.”
Festivals will be happening this weekend at all of the area communities built by Toll Brothers.
Situated on nearly 7 acres of protected open space, The Overlook at Brookshire offers a variety of single-family home designs in three collections: the Duets, the Towns and the Signature.
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The Towns Collection includes an assortment of townhomes, each featuring an open-concept design. The Signature Collection offers two- and three-story homes with striking architecture that features intricate rooflines. The Duets Collection just released its final two homes for sale.
“All of our offerings are presale, and that gives buyers flexible options to personalize their homes,” McIntosh says. “They can add custom finishes, paint colors, flooring and countertops at our design studio in Kirkland. And with some of our Signature Collection homes, buyers can even add a third-floor loft, which creates up to another 1,000 square feet of living space.”
McIntosh says homes in the Signature Collection, which are priced from the mid-$700,000s, are a smart buy for those interested in the Issaquah area.
“If a family wants to be in a new home in this location, within the award-winning Issaquah School District, the Signature Collection should not be overlooked,” she says. “Homebuyers should come out to the event this weekend and learn more about them.”
The collection offers a variety of three- and four-bedroom floor plans that range in size from 2,200 to 3,500 square feet, including some with a bedroom suite on the main level.
“A lot of people have family who come to visit who no longer do the stairs,” McIntosh says. “It’s nice to have that option so that they can stay on the main level.”
Located at the south end of the Sammamish Plateau, The Overlook at Brookshire affords quick access to the I-90 corridor, Issaquah Highlands and Eastside employment centers. Children who live at The Overlook at Brookshire will attend Sunny Hills Elementary, Pacific Cascade Middle School and Issaquah High School.
“One of the key reasons that people are buying in our community is the schools — all three are incredibly strong — so the buyers who are choosing The Overlook at Brookshire are really focusing on that,” McIntosh says. “It’s also the location, being so close to I-90. For people who are commuting to downtown Bellevue or Seattle, there’s a bus stop that’s within walking distance that can take you to downtown Seattle in 30 to 40 minutes.”