This has been a challenging time for all of us and Newland, as the development manager of Tehaleh, sincerely hopes that you and your family are staying safe and healthy. We would like to take this opportunity to update you on what’s happening at our Visitor Headquarters, The Post.
As wild flowers bloom, bluebirds sing and Mount Rainier gloriously peeks out from behind fluffy, white clouds, spring and summer is prime time to check out Tehaleh's stunning display of natural beauty, affordable home prices and new floorplan options.
For the first time in years, new homes starting in the low $300Ks are available to all Tehaleh buyers with the addition of Tehaleh’s first-ever townhomes, plus, buyers can get into the coveted community with a new series of cottage homes starting in the high $300Ks.
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.
Justeen Chromy fell in love with the Tehaleh trails before moving into the community and two years later, now as a resident, her love affair with the Tehaleh lifestyle has only grown stronger. Learn how living in Tehaleh has made it much easier for her to maintain her active lifestyle.
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.
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!
Tehaleh’s biggest event of the year returns Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 10am to 3pm. Our 7th Annual Harvest Day Festival will be packed with memorable moments for the whole family. From our vendor village to carnival games to a massage tent–there’s bound to be something for everyone.
“Growing up, I had posters of forests hanging on my walls. When I’m out on the Tehaleh trails now, I just laugh at how wonderful my life has turned out,” said resident Willow Flint. “We found the ideal home for our family here in Tehaleh – that includes three generations, all under one roof!”
Nestled in the shadow of Mt. Rainier, a close-knit community is flourishing in Tehaleh, where parents have found their village - a thriving family support system formed through connections with other parents.
A lot has changed in the five years since Tehaleh opened its doors. The community has added more parks, trails, and, most importantly, many new neighbors, forming the vibrant, thriving “city among the trees” that Tehaleh is today.
“Shopping local” takes on a whole new meaning when the business owner lives and works just 100 feet away. That’s a common scenario for Jay DeLong, owner and Lead Woodchuck at 9Boards, a wood shop based out of Jay’s garage in Tehaleh.
Bidding wars, overpriced homes and the lack of inventory have made finding the ideal home more of a headache than a happy house-hunting adventure. Savvy buyers have discovered a solution at Tehaleh, Puget Sound’s top-selling new-home community, situated between Seattle and Tacoma.
It’s like a scene from a Norman Rockwell painting: the “neighborly neighborhood,” where people help each other out, whether by offering a cup of sugar or buying lemonade at the kid’s stand next door. And when a cat gets stuck up a tree, the neighbors lend a ladder and help find the owner.
When Firefighter Brian and his wife, Lisa, moved into their Quadrant home with their two daughters, ages eight and four, they were surprised to learn that they were neighbors with other first responders.
We are excited to see our ‘Like’ numbers consistently increasing on Facebook as we are now very close to reaching 6,500 ‘Likes’ from our fans. We appreciate you being involved with our online social media community.
“Originally, I came here for the lattes at Caffé D’arte,” said Lisa Peterson. “But then it was like, wait! There’s this incredible community here. I walked the gorgeous trails, I met the amazing people here, and I was hooked!”
“Having two generations of family at Tehaleh makes it easy for us to connect with others in the community.” Terry and her husband David realized their dream when both she and her daughter, Abbey White, purchased homes in Tehaleh.
Ahead of several events planned at the new Pierce County community this month coinciding with the South Sound Parade of Homes, Tehaleh puts the spotlight on some of its newest and more fascinating new neighbors.
Early fall, Tehaleh opened to the public in style with nearly 2,000 guests enjoying 10 model homes, live music, gourmet food trucks, kids’ activities and the main attraction, the finale to a 7 week home giveaway contest.