KIRKLAND — Bridgewood Estates, an enclave of brand-new homes in the established Bridle Trails neighborhood, is now open for sale.
Developed by Toll Brothers, Bridgewood Estates offers an incomparable location minutes from downtown Bellevue and Kirkland. The estate-style homes are on large homesites that range in size from 13,000 to 22,000 square feet.
“The location is just wonderful,” says Kristi Brewer, the community sales manager. “Bridgewood Estates backs up to Bridle Trails State Park, which offers acres and acres of trails for horseback riding, jogging and walking. It’s amazing to have this type of nature in your backyard, but also to be close to Facebook and Microsoft, as well as Kirkland, Bellevue, Redmond and Seattle.”
The cul-de-sac community of 35 single-family homes features nine spacious floor plans ranging from 3,500 to 5,500 square feet. Exteriors showcase a blend of traditional and contemporary looks, as well as the builder’s new farmhouse style with white and black color schemes.
“I think this community is really special,” says Brewer. “Usually homebuyers are tearing down a home and building a bigger home amongst smaller homes. This is a true community of brand-new estate-style homes. You might not be able to ever find a close-in community like this again. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.”
Every home plan at Bridgewood Estates is different, but all include three- or four-car garages and first-floor guest suites. Kitchens are open and come standard with Wolf appliances and luxury finishes.
“One plan, the Putvin, has two staircases,” says Brewer. “It has one grand circular staircase that is a showstopper in the entry, and then a secondary staircase on the other side of the home.”
Other highlights include two-story great rooms with linear fireplaces adorned with luxury tiling that climbs to the ceiling. There are also outdoor living spaces in many homes that allow for the enjoyment of being outside during any season. These spaces include covered patios, room for a fire pit and barbecue, and optional double-stacking glass doors that create a seamless flow from the great room.
All Toll Brothers homebuyers have the option to personalize their home and make it their own.
“You can do everything from creating your own home theater to choosing your hardwood flooring, tiling and paint colors,” says Brewer. “We offer the complimentary opportunity to work with a professional designer at the Kirkland Design Studio, who can help with creating the perfect look.”
Bridgewood Estates is located in the Lake Washington School District, and is served by Franklin Elementary School, Rose Hill Middle School and Lake Washington High School. It is minutes from Kirkland’s quaint downtown waterfront, as well as the dining and entertainment options available in Bellevue.
“The sales center is now open, so I encourage homebuyers to stop in and learn about our homes,” says Brewer. “We actually have a huge demand in this community already. It’s smart to visit or make an appointment soon.”