Construction has begun at the wooded collection, which will offer homes with Craftsman-style designs.

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SAMMAMISH — Construction has begun on the homes at Woodhaven, marking a new chapter at the wooded enclave in the heart of Sammamish. When complete, Woodhaven will offer 20 new homes featuring classic Craftsman architecture and picturesque street scenes.

“Exciting things are happening here,” says Jamie Ham, the community sales manager. “Foundations are going in the ground and framing is underway on the first house. We’re also offering a limited-time incentive of $30,000 through July 6, so interested homebuyers should visit the community soon.”

Five floor plans will offer four to six bedrooms, three or four baths and two- or three-car garages, and some will have main-floor bedrooms. The builder, Toll Brothers, recently released new daylight-basement plans at Woodhaven, Ham says.

The Sahalee with Basement features a two-story family room with a radiant wall of windows, a formal dining room with a cathedral ceiling, and an open kitchen with a large center island and a separate breakfast nook. The Sahalee also has a planning center, a butler pantry and a centrally located second-floor laundry.

The Ballard with Basement is a five- or six-bedroom plan with four bathrooms. The 4,098-square-foot design has a great room with fireplace that opens to the kitchen and dining room. A front balcony and rear deck provide outdoor living spaces.

Downstairs, the lower daylight level is ideal for guests. It includes a game room and a bedroom suite with a full bath.

“A highlight of the Ballard plan is its grand master-bedroom suite, which is truly spectacular,” Ham says. “It has a huge walk-in closet and a luxurious master bath with dual vanities and a separate shower.”

Secondary bedrooms, a laundry room and an additional bedroom on the first floor round out the Ballard plan.

As with all Toll Brothers homes, the Ballard and the Sahalee offer personalization opportunities.

“That’s one of the incredible benefits of buying a Toll Brothers home,” says Ham. “Homeowners get to personalize their living spaces with custom paint colors, hardware, lighting, all the little touches that make their home their own.”

Homebuyers can meet with a professional designer at the Kirkland Design Studio to help with personalization, Ham says.

“Again and again, we hear that our complimentary design sessions are one of the most enjoyable parts of the buying experience,” she says. “The result is that each home feels very customized to the buyer’s taste. No two homes ever end up looking the same.”

Woodhaven’s location is near employment centers and dining and shopping options. It is served by the Lake Washington School District.

The community has three parks, including a children’s play area, picnic tables and grassy play lawns.