Floor plans at Trilogy at Tehaleh are designed with space-maximizing features, including extra storage and optional flex spaces.

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BONNEY LAKE — Designed for residents ages 55 and older, Trilogy at Tehaleh offers a homebuying opportunity for those who are preparing for retirement or semi-retirement.

“Whether you choose a 1,500-square-foot home or a 2,500-square-foot home, you’ll find the floor plans to be thoughtfully designed with space-maximizing features that make the most of every square foot, including tons of storage space throughout and optional flex spaces in some floor plans, where homeowners can choose how they want to utilize that area to best meet their individual needs,” says Mark Gray, the area president for Shea Homes, the builder at Trilogy at Tehaleh.

Trilogy at Tehaleh offers its innovative SmartSpace option in select floor plans. The SmartSpace room has a range of possible uses, from a laundry area to a scrapbooking space.

“It is a place to hone the hobby you’ve always loved or embark on a new favorite pastime you’ve just recently discovered,” Gray says. “[It can be] a place to enjoy life’s leisure activities for which you’ve never had sufficient time or space. Maybe it’s a gift-wrapping station, a sketching studio or a scrapbooking space. Or perhaps you’ll make it your perfect in-home office.”

Seven Summits Lodge is Trilogy at Tehaleh’s resort-inspired clubhouse. The 14,000-square-foot facility includes a restaurant, fitness center and more.
Seven Summits Lodge is Trilogy at Tehaleh’s resort-inspired clubhouse. The 14,000-square-foot facility includes a restaurant, fitness center and more.

He says whatever homebuyers choose to do with their SmartSpace, they will “have storage galore for storing and organizing everything that doesn’t yet have its proper place — but should.”

In addition to the homes at Trilogy at Tehaleh, there’s Seven Summits Lodge, a resort-inspired clubhouse. At the 14,000-square-foot facility, members have access to the Mantel Culinary Ascent. For foodies, there’s Hudson’s Culinary Expedition, a private space for parties, cooking demonstrations, viewing parties and classes.

The Hawk’s Nest has flatscreen TVs, a full-scale golf simulator, billiards and darts, as well as Four Suits, a game space for anything from poker to pinochle.

Fitness facilities at the lodge include the Base Camp Athletic Club, the Flow Body & Mind cardio and mobility studio (which doubles as an artisan studio) and the Two Tides lap pool.