Heads Up, 7-Up. Redwood at High Point nearly sold out

Won’t you be my neighbor?

Polygon Homes, one of 5 developers building at The High Point, has very few units available in their 96 unit Redwood at High Point condominium community (plus 7 SFR houses). These are ready to move in to today – aren’t you lucky?? I have to wait until August before getting the keys to my townhome there.

Both units currently being advertised are “Genesee” floor plans, which are 2 bedroom 2 bath condo suites with single car garages.

“Lot 906″ (building 9) is either a 2nd or 3rd floor 2 bedroom, 2 bath suite with a one car garage (2nd floor is direct access, 3rd floor is not attached). Click here for the floor plan. This building faces west, and this unit has a deck with a view of the pond and Puget Sound. All of the homes here are very nicely appointed, gourmet kitchens with maple shaker cabinets with brushed nickel handpulls, and stainless steel Whirlpool appliances. The master bath includes a shower with a handset ceramic tile surround.

“Lot 1001″ (building 10) is a ground floor 2 bedroom 2 bath suite with an attached one car garage that walks right into the gourmet kitchen. Click here for the floorplan. This building also faces west. This unit has over $6,000 in upgrades – which translates to a hardwood entry and upgraded carpet in the dining room (according to their flyer). This ground floor unit faces the park, close to city views, and a nice trail (around the pond). This unit happens to be ADA compliant and accessible – something hard to find. It’s ready to move in NOW.

If you are interested in taking a closer look at The High Point, it’s one of the few developments of its kind, inside the city limits. If you would like to have buyer representation, a Buyer’s Agent, please email me at wendyhj@greenspacesrealestate.com. Polygon pays SOC (selling office commission) so it won’t cost you a thing to have someone on your side. I know the sales staff, the community, and am moving there myself so have been through the many hoops that a developer such as Polygon makes you jump through. I’ve lived in West Seattle for 10 years, so if you are moving from out-of-area, I can get you plugged in to the many wonderful things there are to be found in West Seattle.

High Point Highlights:

A friendly front-porch community

Parks and playgrounds, sidewalks and trail –West Seattle Parks and Trails

Places to walk, run, bike or just plain escape –Longfellow Creek

The High Point Pond offers spectacular views, night and day

Future mixed-use retail center with grocery, shops and conveniences

A beautiful new branch of the Seattle Public Library right in your backyard –High Point Library

Built Green(TM) & Sustainable Living –Green Living EXPO

A Built GreenTM community with environmentally sensitive land plan – Neighborhood tries to honor Mother Nature’s runoff rules

All the great shops, bistros, entertainment and services of West Seattle nearby – Things to do in West Seattle

Close to downtown, easy access to I-5, I-90, SR-99, SR-518 –Directions to High Point West Seattle

Highly rated West Seattle Golf Course within blocks

A true city neighborhood mixing incomes, ethnicity, origin, culture and interests –Elizabeth Stubblefield Article

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