The builder is offering buyers a credit of $3,500 to use toward upgrades for any currently available new home at Woodside on contracts written through the end of May.
MOUNT VERNON — Site construction is underway for the next phase of homes at Woodside, with sales anticipated in the fall. Only a handful of homesites remain for sale in the current phase.
The builder, Landed Gentry Homes and Communities, is offering buyers a credit of $3,500 to use toward upgrades for any currently available new home at Woodside on contracts written through the end of May.
“Incentives like this are very rare in today’s hot market,” says Kendra Decker, Landed Gentry’s executive vice president. “The common lodge and central park are now complete with several of the available homesites bordering the charming centerpiece of the neighborhood.”
A neighborhood for residents age 55 and older, Woodside offers stand-alone homes that range in size from 1,621 to 1,707 square feet.
Each home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a finished two-car garage. Most homes feature single-level designs and include individual yard maintenance that is covered by the homeowners’ association.
The newly completed private community lodge and park are ready to view this weekend, Decker says.
Buyers at Woodside have the option of purchasing a presale home. They can select their preferred colors and finishes, or they can secure a home already under construction, which typically offers an earlier move-in date.
Some of homesites available this weekend border the community park, as well as greenbelts and other open spaces.
All homes have full landscaping that compliments the area.
Located 3 miles from downtown Mount Vernon, Woodside is near grocery stores and medical facilities.
“Nestled in the Skagit Valley, natural beauty abounds and there is never a shortage of things to see and do,” Decker says. “From hiking the nearby North Cascades or the many state and local parks, to fishing the Skagit River and nearby Puget Sound, there is an abundance of outdoor activities.”
The area features a vibrant arts scene, with local exhibits, museums and performances staged at McIntyre Hall and other venues.