Toll Brothers is hosting an open house event at Regency at Ten Trails, the builder’s first 55-and-older active-adult community in the Pacific Northwest.
The event will be held on Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Prospective homebuyers are invited to visit the community for hard hat tours during the open house, allowing guests to explore single-story homes currently in progress while enjoying refreshments and treats. Many new home designs are under construction and a wide variety of floor plans will be available to tour.
Regency at Ten Trails is an active-adult community of 403 single-story homes set within the Ten Trails master plan in South King County. Toll Brothers offers four collections of homes featuring 14 new home designs ranging in size from approximately 1,340 to more than 2,000 square feet, with two or three bedrooms, two or three bathrooms, and two- or three-car garages. All home designs include covered patios for luxury indoor/outdoor living. Pricing starts in the upper $600,000s.
Construction has also begun on a 10,000-square-foot amenity center, which will offer an indoor pool, fitness studio, club lounge, bocce ball, expansive covered outdoor patios and championship pickleball courts. The private clubhouse for Toll Brothers homeowners offers an on-site Lifestyle Director. Current homebuyers are already enjoying regular events and outings coordinated by the Lifestyle Director while building friendships with their future neighbors.
Located in the idyllic small town of Black Diamond, Toll Brothers’ Regency at Ten Trails is close to Sea-Tac Airport, only 18 miles from Renton, and provides easy access to the fine dining, entertainment and culture of nearby downtown Bellevue and Seattle.
Homebuyers will experience one-stop shopping at Toll Brothers Design Studio. The state-of-the-art studio allows buyers to choose from an array of selections to personalize their dream home with the assistance of
Toll Brothers professional Design Consultants.
Toll Brothers builds in more than 60 markets across Washington and 23 other states. This year, the company was named the “World’s Most Admired Homebuilder” in Fortune magazine’s annual survey, the seventh time it has been so honored.