Designed for residents ages 55 and older, the homes at Woodside are primarily single-level designs and include individual yard maintenance.
MOUNT VERNON — While construction continues on the next phase of homes at Woodside, closeout pricing is available for the current phase, where only a handful of homesites remain for sale.
Built by Landed Gentry Homes and Communities, the homes at Woodside are designed for residents ages 55 and older. They are primarily single-level designs and include individual yard maintenance, which is covered by the homeowners’ association.
The stand-alone homes range in size from 1,392 to 1,858 square feet and include great-room living areas, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and finished two-car garages.
“Landed Gentry’s current collection of home designs take advantage of the charming centerpiece of the community with several of the homes directly bordering the community commons park and lodge,” says Kendra Decker, Landed Gentry’s executive vice president. “The homes include all the modern-day features that help make living easy: open layouts, vaulted 9-foot ceilings, solid-surface countertops in your kitchen, engineered wood flooring and more. Each home is built with the buyer’s quality of life in mind.”
The new model home at Woodside features the builder’s two-story Birch floor plan and features a covered back patio and a two-car garage. The 1,707-square-foot home has bedrooms and three bathrooms. The master bedroom, second bedroom, guest bathroom and laundry room are located off a private hallway on the main level.
The upper level includes space that can be used as a guest suite or hobby area, along with an additional bathroom.
Buyers at Woodside also have the option of purchasing a presale home, Decker says.
“They can select their preferred colors and finishes, or they can secure a home already in construction which typically offers an earlier move-in date,” she says.
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.