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.
Think sitting around the cozy campfire times 1,000. The Tehaleh warming hut provides plush pillows and comfy seating around the fireplace. Relax before setting out on the Tehaleh trails or catch up on your favorite book.
Tehaleh is well-known for its miles of trails, gorgeous mountain views and natural greenbelt – but, these aren’t the only connections the community has to the environment. Below the surface, the community’s environmental integration extends all the way to Tehaleh’s water, dirt, and gravel.
With 20+ miles of trails, breath-taking views of Mt. Rainier and great square footage for the price, Seattle-area families are finding countless reasons to relocate to Tehaleh, Puget Sound’s top-selling new home community.