Three community parks and a walking trail are also among the natural features at Canterbury Park, which recently opened for sale in Sammamish.
SAMMAMISH — Three community parks, a walking trail and 26 acres of protected greenbelt are among the natural features at Canterbury Park, which recently opened for sale.
Built by Toll Brothers, the community will offer more than 10 floor plans ranging in size from 2,200 to 4,300 square feet.
“Homebuyers will have a lot of choice if they take advantage of this wonderful presale opportunity,” says Bob Neal, Canterbury Park’s community sales manager. “They can select their homesite, their floor plan and their home’s façade if they purchase now.”
Canterbury Park will feature Traditional, Craftsman, Shingle, Farmhouse and Contemporary exteriors, which will create a varied street scene. Personalization extends to the interior of the homes, which, Neal says, is a determining factor for many buyers when choosing a builder.
“Toll Brothers offers homebuyers the opportunity to personalize their home,” he says. “They get to work with a professional designer at the Kirkland Design Studio to choose cabinetry, cabinet hardware, countertops, flooring and lighting.”
The selection of floor plans available at Canterbury Park include two-story and daylight-basement designs. Homes have up to five bedrooms, four bathrooms and expansive great rooms that open to kitchens.
Additional home highlights include versatile first-floor bedrooms, ideal for multi-generational living; second-floor bonus spaces that can be used as reading lofts, home offices or kids’ playrooms; dramatic two-story foyers; and formal dining areas.
“Our homebuyers enjoy a very interactive process during their purchase experience with us,” says Neal. “They have a lot of communication with the sales staff and the project team as their home is being built.
“Homebuyers love that the experience is very personalized.”
Canterbury Park is situated among 26 acres of green space enhanced with multiple children’s playgrounds, a sport court and picnic tables. There is a walking trail that meanders through the community’s greenbelt, offering residents convenient natural recreation.
The community is also within minutes of several major employment centers, including Bellevue, Redmond and Issaquah. It is served by the Lake Washington School District, providing families access to several highly rated schools.