Ray Meadows is offering the best of both worlds: urban-influenced homes featuring contemporary designs and located in one of the top locations on the Eastside.
REDMOND — Buyers are finding a new sense of urban sophistication in a traditional Eastside location.
Built by Quadrant Homes, Ray Meadows is offering the best of both worlds: urban-influenced homes featuring contemporary designs and located in one of the top locations on the Eastside.
Redmond is considered one of the top places to live, and offers commuter connections, curated neighborhoods and highly rated schools.
A departure from the homes traditionally found in the area, Ray Meadows offers fresh designs that feature rooftop decks for entertaining, open floor plans, modern interiors and exteriors, and low-maintenance living for those with a busy lifestyle.
Since its grand opening in September, Ray Meadows is half sold out. With pricing from $1.2 million and layouts ranging in size from 2,700 to 4,165 square feet, the three- to five-bedroom homes are sized just right for any buyer and open for tours daily.
Quadrant developed Ray Meadows’ modern interiors in partnership with the award-winning Dahlin Architect group. Flowing floor plans provide organic living spaces, clean modern lines and abundant natural light.
With the help of the professionals at Quadrant’s Design Studio, Ray Meadows homebuyers can put their personal touches on their homes to create a one-of-a-kind experience to fit their lifestyle.
“We wanted to create an elevated interpretation of living in Redmond, and knew design is important to today’s discerning home buyer,” says Bryan Jones, Quadrant’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Our team has flawlessly executed our vision for thoughtful design.”
Surrounded by parks and towering trees, Ray Meadows offers balance for the busy Eastside buyer. The community offers an easy commute to major employers, and minutes from shopping at Redmond Town Center, or wine tasting at Chateau Ste. Michelle.
“For Quadrant Homes, Ray Meadows is an expression of the company’s commitment to not just build houses, but establish neighborhoods, elevate experiences and create homes that are designed for the lives customers want to live,” Jones says.