12 April . 2016
Tehaleh Debuting New Neighborhoods Throughout the Year
With demand for Tehaleh at an all-time high, it no wonder Tehaleh’s builders are preparing for the future. Tehaleh’s renowned homebuilders are expanding, offering even more opportunities for buyers to find their dream home in the region’s best-selling single-family new-home community. Guests will be impressed with the new homes surrounded by tree-lined properties and abutting to the active and lush Big Sky Park, which features a children’s zip line, bocce ball court and jaw-dropping views of Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountain range.
“Home sales in Tehaleh increased dramatically in 2015, and with our growing selection of new homes, we’re confident that we have a home to suit everyone,” says Scott Jones, Senior Vice President for Newland. “Our builders are continuing to invest in the growth potential they see here in Tehaleh.”
Guests touring Tehaleh can choose from an ever growing wide range of floorplans suited to their needs and lifestyle. The nine renowned local and national builders offer a variety of floorplans including main floor living, mother-in-law suites, ramblers, basements, three story homes, open floor living and more. Tehaleh is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. The more than 20 miles of trails meander around peaceful ponds, through meadows of wildflowers, and up vigorous trails that make you feel like you’re on the mountain.
“I love that the homes are all different. Each neighborhood has its own personality. Although the community is large in size, because of the trees and the way it’s laid out, it feels comfortable and familiar. From the moment we looked at the community, it felt like home,” resident Lindsay Nowitzke said. “My girls love walking our dog Rocky along the trails and to the park.”
Tehaleh was designed for all families and life stages. Singles, couples with and without children, even those who are looking to explore the next stage of their life. The more than 10 parks offer something for everyone. From the teen skate park to a little tykes’ scooter park. There are relaxing areas for reading and reflecting on the day, picnic tables for a barbecue lunch near a bocce ball court or take an invigorating turn on the zip line. Even your pooch has a park with the new off-leash dog park. After all the excitement, head to The Post, the community’s welcome center, for a handcrafted specialty drink from Caffé D’arte and grab a pup cup for your furry friend. The friendly baristas and welcoming staff will have guests feeling right at home.
“We visit The Post all the time. My sister is a barista at the café, but I enjoy visiting with all the staff working there. When I hang out [at The Post] I always learn more about the community, the upcoming events and what’s happening in the community,” said Nowitzke.
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