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Homebuilder Tri Pointe Homes has unveiled a new home community in Kirkland.
All new homebuyers have the opportunity to select from four different curated design schemes inspired by the model home concepts of Queer Eye design expert and Emmy-nominated TV host Bobby Berk.
This mark’s Berk’s first Tri Pointe Homes project in the Pacific Northwest. He designed, finished, and staged the interiors of two model homes. His two design schemes — “Mid Century Modern” and “Serene Scandinavian” — will be available for select homesites. In addition, Tri Pointe Homes created complementary design schemes: “Upscale Farmhouse” and “Zen Modern.”
“With Mount Rainier, national parks, and alpine lakes all within reach, greater Seattle's natural abundance makes it a hotspot for all things outdoors and recreation,” said Berk in a press statement. “When designing Woodlands Reserve, Kirkland's latest new home community, I drew inspiration from both the great outdoors and the midcentury modern aesthetic.”
Woodlands Reserve features 31 homes. It neighbors the Lake Washington waterfront with skyline views, connects to a network of parks, hiking trails, and bike paths, and is a short commute to downtown Seattle and the nearby school district.