Canterbury Park is situated amid more than 26 acres of protected open space, including three community parks and a walking trail.

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SAMMAMISH — Canterbury Park kicks off 2017 with the presale release of three new daylight-basement home designs: the Stevens, the Seymour and the Chelan with Basement.

The Stevens plan features approximately 3,500 square feet of living space, including four bedrooms, three baths and a great room that features an open gourmet kitchen. It has a spacious daylight basement with a game room, bonus room and guest suite. There is also a second-floor loft, which is ideal for an office or homework space.

The Seymour is another new daylight-basement design, with multiple home highlights, including a sprawling game room and full bath on the lower level.

On the main floor, a deck expands off of the oversize family room, offering indoor/outdoor entertainment possibilities. The master suite includes a spacious bedroom and dual walk-in closets.

The third new home design is the four-bedroom Chelan with walkout basement. This unique home features a large kitchen island with slab granite and ample counter space.

“This is a tried-and-true design that always inspires homebuyers when they enter,” says Bob Neal, the community sales manager at Canterbury Park. “It has a dramatic, vaulted two-story dining room with two overlooking lofts. The smaller loft is perfect as a homework area, while the larger loft is a great space for families to cozy up together and watch a movie.”

He says all three new designs offer the opportunity for personalization, including cabinetry and hardwood flooring choices, paint colors, molding, blinds, lighting and more. Toll Brothers, the builder at Canterbury Park, pairs homebuyers with a professional designer from the Kirkland Design Studio, who walks them through a range of standard and premium options.

“We are seeing a considerable spike in demand in the new year,” Neal says.

Canterbury Park is situated amid more than 26 acres of protected open space, including three community parks and a walking trail. It is located within a 20-minute drive of major employment centers in Bellevue, Redmond and Issaquah.

“We’re very close to Microsoft in Redmond,” says Neal. “We also have a few residents who will be commuting to Amazon in Seattle.”

Children living at Canterbury Park can attend Rachel Carson Elementary, Inglewood Middle School and Eastlake High School in the Lake Washington School District.

“Sammamish is a really wonderful city,” says Neal. “It ranks way up there in desirability of a place to live.”