Briarcliff at Magnolia is a 36-home view community atop the western hills of Seattle in Magnolia, an area with an historic pedigree dating back to the late 1800s.

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SEATTLE — A handful of homes remain for sale at Briarcliff at Magnolia. Most are scheduled for completion by next summer, which gives homebuyers the chance to lock in presale prices and take advantage of extensive personalization options.

“Homebuyers should hurry because the community will be sold out soon,” says Debbie Lee, the community sales manager. “Briarcliff presents a rare opportunity to own a new home in an established Seattle neighborhood, and a coveted one at that.”

Briarcliff at Magnolia is a 36-home view community built by Toll Brothers atop the western hills of Seattle in Magnolia, an area with an historic pedigree dating back to the late 1800s. A peninsula bounded by Salmon Bay, Shilshole Bay, Puget Sound and Elliott Bay, Magnolia feels like an island retreat, Lee says, but is minutes away from downtown Seattle.

“It’s a great time to visit the community,” she says. “Everyone in Magnolia decorates their homes for Halloween, which makes it fun to visit with the family. We’ll also have an open house on Halloween with Halloween treats.”

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Lee says homebuyers can tour Briarcliff’s model home, the Perkins, which is the same floor plan available on two of the remaining homes, both with different contemporary facades.

The Perkins is a 2,544-square-foot home with four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a two-car garage. There is also a private lower-level guest suite, which is ideal for guests or extended family.

A covered entry is flanked by columns and opens to the foyer with a staircase. The family room extends into an open kitchen, which features a center island. Adjacent to the kitchen is a sunlit dining room with access to a rear covered porch for year-round use.

The upper level has three bedrooms, including a master bedroom with a tray ceiling and a walk-in closet. The master bath includes a soaking tub, dual-sink vanity and glass-enclosed shower.

“The Perkins is a wonderful design to consider, as well as the Maple and Spruce, which are also still available,” Lee says. “As with every design, homeowners have the chance to personalize their spaces with the help of a designer at the Kirkland Design Studio. Options for personalization include paint colors, flooring, hardware and more.”

Briarcliff at Magnolia is in the Seattle School District, and children will attend Catharine Blaine K-8 School and Ballard High School.

“These are great schools in the neighborhood, and we’ve got eight new families moving in who are very excited about them,” Lee says. “With all of these new homeowners closing in the next month, our community is going to feel even more vibrant than it already is. Everyone in the Briarcliff community is thrilled about the development of the neighborhood.”