Tehaleh isn’t such a secret anymore! In just eight years Tehaleh has become the largest master-planned community in Washington and one of the biggest in the nation. There are two schools already on site and the plan is to eventually incorporate retail, an industrial area and office space.
It’s easy to see why outdoor-loving home shoppers are flocking to Tehaleh. Washington’s best-selling, new home community offers an abundance of outdoor amenities perfect for the beautiful PNW weather – including forested greenbelts, 11 parks, and 20+ miles of trails just outside your front door!
With home designs offering main-floor living, large open floor plans, and a wide range of award-winning amenities, it’s no surprise that multigenerational families have chosen to live together – or close-by – in Tehaleh, the best-selling community of new single-family homes in Washington.
With the New Year, comes new home trends, outdoor living, and a fresh start for home buyers discovering the latest model homes in Tehaleh, Washington’s best-selling community of new single-family homes.
Tehaleh’s 6th Annual Harvest Day was magical for many reasons but one lucky homeowner, in addition to enjoying the caramel apples, trolley rides and good ol’ fashioned family fun, also won a trip for herself and her family to experience the whimsical fun at Great Wolf Lodge!
Washington State is widely known for its “near nature, near perfect” ambiance. From the Pacific Ocean and Mount Rainier to the Gorge and Puget Sound, Washington is the perfect place for active individuals and families to set down roots.
If you ever wondered what Tehaleh means, stop by the community welcome center, The Post and check out our new chalk art mural where you can learn about Tehaleh and the meaning behind some of our most significant names.
Tehaleh continues to grow and so does the various entertaining resident and community events. Resident events are a staple throughout the year and allow homeowners a chance to mingle and meet their neighbors. Here are just a few of the opportunities available to you.
Aren’t you curious? Have you noticed while approaching the entrance into the community, or when you’re venturing around the paths, parks and trails what those rock statues are called, or why they are even there?