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Bellevue Open House Event This Weekend!

Categories: American Classic News, Bellevue, Events, Washington | Posted: October 22, 2018

Join us this Weekend for the Bellevue Open House Event!

Tour the featured 4,204 sq.ft Hemlock home plan includes 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, a Den, a Recreation Room, a Snack Room, a Covered Porch, and a 3 Car Tandem Garage. This event will provide visitors with an opportunity to tour this beautiful move-in ready home and be inspired by the latest in home design, functionality and style from American Classic Homes.

When: Saturday, October 27 & Sunday, October 28th
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: 10245 SE 6th St, Bellevue, WA 98004

We look forward to seeing you at our brand new Bellevue Open House Event this weekend and feel free to grab some family or friends to bring along with you. If you have any questions or would like to schedule your very own home private tour, please give us a call at (206) 557-6211 or email Summer@AmericanClassicHomes.com.

Want to learn more about this move-in ready home? Click here to view the listing for this home, see images, and to get more details.

 

Driving Directions:

• Heading south on I-405 S

• Take exit 13A for Northeast 4th St

Turn right onto NE 4th St

Turn left onto Bellevue Way NE (Pass by MOD Pizza on the right)

Continue straight onto Bellevue Way SE

Turn right onto SE 6th St

• The Home will be on the left

 

Mercer Island: Open House Event This Weekend

Categories: American Classic News, Events, Open House, Washington | Posted: October 17, 2018

Join us this weekend for the Open House Event at our brand new Mercer Island home from 1pm-4pm.

This stunning Mercer Island home offers 5 bedrooms and 3.75 bathrooms spread over 3,639 square feet and 2 stories of spacious, luxurious living. This beautiful craftsman inspired home has stunning details such as rich millwork, stonework, 10′ ceilings on the main level, an amazing covered patio and more.

When: Saturday, Oct. 27th & Sunday, Oct. 28th
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: 3622 84th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040

Feel free to grab some family or friends and be inspired by the latest in home design, functionality, and style from American Classic Homes. We look forward to seeing you at this stunning open house event this weekend!

If you have any questions or would like to schedule your very own home private tour at a more convenient time for your, please give us at (206) 557-6308 or email Summer@AmericanClassicHomes.com.

Want to learn more about this move-in ready home? Click here to view the listing for this home and to get more details.

 

Driving Directions:

  • From I-90 W
  • Take exit 7 for Island Crest Way 0.2 mi
  • Turn left onto Island Crest Way 0.3 mi
  • Merge onto Island Crest Way 0.6 mi
  • Turn left onto 84th Ave SE 95 ft
  • Turn left to stay on 84th Ave SE
  • The Home can be found at 3622 84th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040

 

 

 

 

 

Tantalize Your Taste Buds Celebrating Seattle Restaurant Week: Oct. 21 – Nov. 8, 2018!

Categories: American Classic News, Events, Lifestyle, Renton, Sammamish Plateau, Seattle, Washington | Posted: October 9, 2018

It’s that time of year again to enjoy Seattle Restaurant Week, this is when the culinary scene gets to strut their stuff by wooing new customers lining the doorways excited to taste their fare.

This is the week where you can sample three course meals from over 165 restaurants all over Seattle and the surrounding areas. With so many locations, you’re sure to have at least one participating restaurant in your neighborhood. For $33 you can enjoy a three-course dinner, many of which are also offering $18 two-course lunches. Twice a year, Seattle restaurants open their doors in the spring and fall for restaurant week, it’s their way of celebrating food, customers and to thank you for being loving patrons, while vying for your attention and hoping to win the hearts of new regulars at the same time.

Participating Restaurants cover the board in variety, price point and ambiance on a regular day, but for this week, they all offer the same deal. All participants are required to offer prix fixe dinner options sometimes regularly priced at $40. This is a great way to try out a new location that might normally be a little pricey and decide whether or not it’s worth the value for you to come back.

Come out on a weekday to experience it from October 21-November 8, 2018, it should actually be called Restaurant Three Weeks. Spanning 3 weeks on the calendar, the deals are open from Sunday through Thursday evenings, not covering Sunday brunch. Three weeks of specials gives you more opportunity to sample more menus and locations. Reservations are highly suggested, this is a very popular event and it is important to reserve your seat ahead of time, or you possibly could be waiting for hours for popular dinner spots.

Seattle has always been known as the culinary hub of the Northwest, but with the recent population boom, more than ever before it’s attracting top talent when it comes to chefs and the restaurant scene. Hundreds of restaurants have opened their doors in the past few years creating a lot of competition and tons of dining options.

One of the best things about living in a big city is the variety of cuisines from everywhere, what better time is there to try out a new corner of the globe, without leaving your neighborhood? Try out Vietnamese food in Capitol Hill at Monsoon Seattle, or go to Spain at Tango Restaurant and Lounge for tapas. Come see what all the hubbub is about at the Barking frog in Woodinville and stay for wine tasting while you’re there, or visit one of many participating French restaurants, located in almost every neighborhood. Check out the SRW website for a listing of all participating restaurants categorized by neighborhood, lunch, dinner, cuisine, vegan, vegetarian or gluten free. With so many options it’s easy to find a place no matter what dietary restrictions your party has.

Some restaurants are still in the process of updating their menus for this event, so check back for added locations and updated menus.

With so many restaurants participating, it can be hard to narrow down your list of where to try. If you’re looking purely for value, it’s recommended to take advantage of the relatively low prices at high end restaurants to sample locations to come back to your new favorites during regular weekends.

Our Restaurant Week Recommendations:

Aqua by El Gaucho, downtown is a great place to start with an incredible view overlooking Elliot Bay. Restaurant week is a great value to enjoy Aqua by El Gaucho and their floor to ceiling windows. Come find out what you’re missing on a regular day with fresh seafood and a view to boot.

For a classic Seattle favorite don’t miss Dahlia Lounge, known for seafood and Northwest inspired food. While you’re here add on the coconut cream pie to your prix fixe menu. You might as well find out what put them on the map as one of the best places to eat in the city.

Nell’s, found in the Green Lake neighborhood is another Restaurant week favorite, high-end dinners, known for their risottos, steaks and seafood.

RN74 is a French, PNW fusion downtown this is a dinner that you will remember. Known for its amazing, well balanced food, great service and unpretentious atmosphere. RN74 is the place to go for a laid back, delicious evening.

MKT, an Ethan Stowell restaurant, this is an intimate space with a solid menu. Famous for the Burrata, but nothing on the menu will disappoint. This is a true Seattle gem, try to book reservations if you can, it’s a small space and is very popular.

Vendemmia is another gem participating in Restaurant Week, a new American, Italian fusion, the food here is fresh, inspiring with unexpected food pairings. Highly recommended and loved in the area for good reason.

With so many amazing restaurants to choose from, just come and enjoy Restaurant Week, it’s a culinary exploration, try somewhere new with a view, don’t worry about the bill and you won’t be disappointed. You may want to stop eating now to save room for the coming flavor explosion.

22 Things to Do In Seattle For Halloween 2018

Categories: Events, Seattle | Posted: October 1, 2018

Start getting your costume together now, because Seattle is going to be on fire for Halloween! No cheap costume from a bag will do, we take Halloween seriously up here in the PNW. Not to mention there are dozens of costume contests, so you might as well shoot for the prize! If you’re an adult looking for something to do in Seattle for Halloween, you’re in luck! On Halloween weekend, Pioneer Square and Capitol Hill turn into unofficial street party pub crawls. Wander down the streets with the masses or find a place early to park it and watch the chaos wander past.

No matter what you’re in the mood for, classy or down and dirty, there is a party or 12 that you will love here, the options are endless. But, even with so many places to choose from, tickets are already selling out quickly, so pick your place and buy your tickets as soon as possible so you don’t miss out on the action.

Seattle seems to have a thing with carnivals; remember the Unicorn Bar? Well here’s a few carnival style dance parties, only this time they’re scary.

Carnevolar Located at the Emerald City Trapeze Arts, October 25, 26 & 27. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. This is a thrilling Halloween event complete with terrorizing trapeze and circus acts. After the show the dance party begins. You don’t want to be the shunned one here without a costume, the crazier and more elaborate the better.

Freaknight, Located at the WaMu Theater October 26 from 6:30-1:30 a.m. If EDM and house music are your thing, come out to Freaknight for an insane night out. Twenty-one artists will vibrate the massive dance floor. Organizers go all out with aerialist performers dressed in carnival costumes hanging from the ceiling and entertaining the crowds with circus acrobatics. Fire dancers, carnival games, rides and pyrotechnics will give you something to talk about for weeks. Make sure you come in costume or you might feel left out. Tickets are selling out quickly.

Haunted Houses

The Nightmare at Beaver Lake, at Beaver Lake Park in Sammamish October Fridays & Saturdays 7-11:00 pm Sundays 7-10:00 p.m. October 30 & 31, 7-10:00 p.m. Almost a mile of haunted trails weave in and out of elaborate, unique sets created for this event each year through the haunted trees. This terrifying forest is run entirely by volunteers, mostly made up of high schoolers, but don’t be fooled, these juveniles know how to create fear. All of the proceeds go to charities, bring canned food for $1 off tickets. Get scared for a cause, you’ve got to hand it to these high schoolers, this idea is tremendously better than car washes and doughnut sales.

The Georgetown Morgue Haunted House, October Thursday-Sunday 7-2:00 a.m. with special hours the week of Halloween. The Georgetown Morgue is a true morgue that was once an operating a crematorium burning 100 bodies per day. The building has a creepy past all by itself, it once was the site of a massacre in 1968. The victims were the morgue employees including the owner, they were all forced into the crematorium and burned. Nine murders went unsolved indefinitely. The building was eventually shut down. This is creepiest location for a haunted house imaginable, no theatrical additions needed.

Spooked in Seattle Events

Spooked in Seattle is a tour company, with interesting, educational and engaging tours of the city. In addition to their regular ghost tours, they’re hosting a variety of October events including the popular Undead Cabaret Helloween, Sinful in Seattle, Professional Storytelling at a private bar, A movie Showing of 13 Ghosts and another movie showing of the silly, 90’s Hocus Pocus with an accompanying costume contest. Make sure to sign up for tickets and reservations early.

Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours, trips leave daily from 4:00 until no one is left to go in the evening. A very popular, award winning tour with rave reviews of disturbing, funny, spooky stories from engaging tour guides about Seattle’s treacherous past.

Pioneer Square Haunted Pub Tour, come join another tour Fridays and Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. Find out about some of the closed-door dealings in some of Seattle’s oldest bars. This is an adult tour with adult themes, not for Victorian types.

MoPop Events

The Museum of Pop Culture, called the MoPop has 4 Halloween events in October.

The Fashionably Undead VIII October 20, 9-1:00 a.m. with a DJ, costume contest, and enjoyment of the museum after hours with creepy haunts in the halls and funky photo booths.

Young Frankenstein Matinee October 21, 2-4:30ish Starting with a reading from the new Annotated Frankenstein, by Leslie Klinger. Stay for a matinee showing of the old classic, comedy Young Frankenstein with Gene Wilder.

Haunt Seattle October 27 & 28 from 8-1:30 a.m. Come for the costume contest, dance party and DJ’s with a bar of course. 2,000 of your closest friends are expected to come.

A Nightmare on Elm Street, October 31, Doors open at 6, the movie starts at 7:00 p.m. Start Halloween night out the right way with this horror classic that’s terrorized viewers for over three decades. Equally impressive is the place to view it. MoPop’s Sky Church room gives the feeling of being outside under the cathedral ceiling of stars with twinkling LED lights. Bring a blanket and pillows from home, pretend you’re under the stars, but if you are familiar with Freddy and his sick games, you’ll know not to dare fall asleep. Trivia games and giveaways will make it awesome. After the event just walk out the door and you’ll be only two miles from Capitol Hill or Pioneer Square right in the middle of all the fun.

Get Swanky

Noir at the Bar at the Hotel Sorento October 11, 7-9:00 p.m. If you love a good story, a classy joint and free entertainment come out to this event. A reading from crime fiction novelists in the toasty fireside room smelling rich of mahogany and tufted leather-bound chairs.

Tarot Card Tuesdays, also at Hotel Sorento every Tuesday in October, come out from 6-8:00 p.m., it’s recommended to come early as this is a busy event. Find out what your future holds then smile or cry into your cocktail depending on the outcome.

Halloween Murder Mystery Dinner at Maggiano’s Little Italy in Bellevue October 26, 6-8:00 p.m. For entertainment that you can participate in, with dinner included. Wear a costume for a unique, interactive experience.

Second Chance Prom Halloween Masquerade and Prom at the West Seattle Golf Course October 26, 7-10:00 p.m. Class it up a bit and show them how it’s done in your fanciest face mask. If you reserve your tickets early you can come to a sipping and shopping event with dresses and costumes to choose from.

Prohibition Sucks; a Vampire Speakeasy Located at Factory Luxe October 26 & 27, 7:30-12:00 a.m. For an elegant, vampire themed speakeasy style evening come out for fancy vampire cocktails and delicious appetizers. With singing and dancing entertainment, a black-tie event enjoy yourself while raising money for honey bees.

Amazon Symphony Orchestra Halloween Spooktacular Located in the Amazon Meeting Center October 19, 7-9 p.m. Come out to enjoy a free night at the symphony curtesy of Amazon. Mystical, spookily beautiful music will be played with an emphasis on Halloween vibes including music from Harry Potter. Costumes are expected, and contests will be held.

More Dancing

Bollywood Scream, at Club Contour October 27 & 28, 10-1:30 a.m. Rock out to Bollywood music while in costume for the 5th annual Bollywood bash. The only Bollywood Halloween in town.

Hip Hop Halloween Boat Party, Nothing says Halloween like Hip Hop, and it wouldn’t be a holiday in Seattle without at least one boat party. So, take your Dramamine and head aboard for a Spooktacular party (that one hasn’t been over used has it?) October 27. Tickets are selling out quickly, don’t get left on shore! 

Events

Halloween Hell Harvest located in the Ballard Underground October 19, 8-9:30 p.m. Switch it up a bit and come out to find out what horror comedy means. Nine comics will be performing with horror trivia, prizes and a bar of course. It’ll be anarchy.

Halloween Pub Crawl October 20 & 21 Noon-2:00 a.m. Awe, the best for last…This is an epic 14-hour pub crawl! You’ll travel around pubs with a small city of 1,000 people starting at noon. Be sure to pace yourself or this could turn ugly. Don’t bring your boss. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll pee your pants, and you’ll definitely leave with more friends than you came in with. Prices go up the longer you wait, so buy tickets NOW.

Now you’re ready for Halloween in Seattle.

A Monster List of Halloween Fun Things To Do With Your Family In and Around Seattle

Categories: Events, Lifestyle, Renton, Sammamish Washington, Seattle, Washington | Posted: September 24, 2018

Halloween is a magical time for children, they’re back at school, the leaves are changing and for one fantastic evening they can be whatever or whoever they want to be while collecting pounds of candy to boot. The Seattle area is a beautiful place for children to spend their fall season and with dozens of events happening all over the city and beyond, there’s so much more to Halloween than trick or treating.

Come along to these events where your kids can run for a cause, learn while having fun during a goopy, glowing science lesson, take an old-fashioned train ride next to a waterfall, hear storytellers spin spooky tails and watch fish and zoo animals play with pumpkins. With so many opportunities your kids can enjoy Halloween all month long and maybe will even forget about the candy.

*Don’t forget to check the websites ahead of time for fees and registration.

Seattle

  • Pumpkin Bash at Woodland Park Zoo, October 27 & 28 from 9-3:00 All the zoo animals are given pumpkins to do with as they please. They can roll it around, smash it, eat it or slash it for the amusement of beasts and children. Beware of flying pumpkin guts.
  • Run Scarred Benefit for Leukemia and Lymphoma, Located in Seward Park October 28 Opening at 7:30 Come out dressed in costume for a 5k or 10k run or mosey on a 4k walk with prizes, photos, games and crafts after the race.
  • Aquarium Halloween, October 26, 27 & 28 Come watch the fish enjoy master pumpkin carving on land and in the underwater tanks. Divers will create jack o’-lanterns in the water, it’s the fish’s favorite day of the year.
  • Monster Bash Benefit for Seattle Children’s Hospital, Located in Seattle just North of Laurelhurst October 21 from 3-7:00 Come out for a carnival style event with games, snacks, crafts and ponies.

 

Bellevue

Redmond

  • Halloween Story Telling Train, October 20-21 & 27-28 from 11-4:00 Take a colorful drive out of town to Snoqualmie Falls for a unique experience your kids will always remember. Take a scenic train ride with a stop for warm apple cider. A professional storyteller will entertain your little ones with spooky railroad stories from the past.

Redmond

  • Halloween Tricks and Treats, October 31 from 4-7:00 If you prefer trick or treating through stores instead of front doors Redmond will be hosting a merchant candy give a way. Free of charge with face painters, photos and trampolines to burn off sugar rushes before bed.
  • Thrill the World, October 27 from 12-4:00 For ten years in a row participants have learned the thriller dance for this event while raising money for charities. Open to dancers age 8 and up, participants attend 4 weeks of practice classes to leading up to the performance. On dance day zombies dress the part in make-up and torn clothing and perform the dance in front of hundreds of onlookers. Come early and stay after for live music.
  • Serres Farm finally, a pumpkin patch without entrance fees, come visit a laid-back family farm growing a wide variety of colorful pumpkins to choose from. Kids can ride on a tractor with trailers painted like animals, have rubber duck races by pumping old water pumps to move their ducks faster and of course a corn maze complete with scary skeletons at dead ends.

Renton

  • Wild Waves Theme and Water Park – Fright Fest, Located about 25 minutes South of Renton, every weekend from September 28-October 28 The water is turned off and the park is transformed into a Halloween nightmare. There are a huge variety of events, rides in the dark, games and attractions available for kids and adults. Several haunted houses, a haunted pathway, a 3D fun house, sideshows and a magician. Most of the events aren’t appropriate for young children, but an area called Booville is set aside, gore free for kids under 12 with a carnival, games, crafts and dancing.
  • Truck-or-Treating at the Renton Community Center October 19 from 6-7:30 Sign up early, this event is only for kids under 10. Children not only get candy at this event they also get to see old fire trucks, buses, cement mixers and ambulances up close.
  • Tales that go bump in the Night at the Renton History Museum October 27 from 11-12:00 Professional storytellers will tell spooky, family friendly Halloween stories riveting young audiences and creating lasting memories off screen. After they hear the tales head down to the next event.
  • Olde Fashioned Halloween Party and Downtown Trick or Treat Event in Downtown Renton October 27 from 1-4:00 bring the kids out for trick or treating in merchant doorways. Don’t forget to dress up your dogs, there will be a doggie costume contest as well as cider, art, face painting, a cakewalk and a merchant scarecrow competition.
  • Carpinito Brothers Pumpkin Patch Located just South of Renton, these brothers have succeeded in creating a beautiful farm with dozens of things to do. Your kids will never forget this place. They can take hay rides, get lost in the corn maze, play in their fun yard with dozens of animals, rubber duck races, feed goats, dig through a room of dried corn, slide down slides into loose hay and even practice roping wooden cows. Find your pumpkin in 20 acres of colorful plants to choose from.

Sammamish

 

Don’t forget to get outside, bring the family and some friends and enjoy October in Seattle!

Join Us Today: Twilight Grand Opening in Wallingford from 5-7pm

Categories: American Classic News, Events, New Homes, Open House, Real Estate News, Seattle, Washington | Posted: September 7, 2018

Join us tonight for the Twilight Grand Opening of our Brand New Wallingford home from 5pm-7pm.

This stunning Wallingford home offers amazing views of Lake Union and Downtown Seattle as well as it has an impressive walkability score of 85! The well-thought-out Meridian floor plan features 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms spread over 4,625 square feet and 3 stories of spacious, luxurious living. This beautiful craftsman inspired home has stunning details such as rich millwork, stonework, 10′ ceilings on the main level, and more.

Feel free to grab some family or friends tonight and be inspired by the latest in home design, functionality, and style from American Classic Homes.

Where: 3632 Meridian Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
When: Friday, September 7th
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm

We look forward to seeing you at our brand new Wallingford home tonight! . If you have any questions or would like to schedule your very own home private tour at a more convenient time for your, please give us a call at (206) 966-6429 or email Summer@AmericanClassicHomes.com.

 

Want to learn more about this move-in ready home? Click here to view the listing for this home and to get more details.

 

 

 

The Best Wineries That Are Only Around 30 Minutes From Seattle

Categories: American Classic News, Community Spotlight, Events, Lifestyle, Seattle | Posted: September 4, 2018

Why go to Napa, Italy or Walla Walla, when there is so much to offer West of the Cascades?

The Sammamish River valley is a lush, green, fertile lowland that runs through King County just North East of Seattle. Like many great river valleys, the Columbia, Rhine, Mosel and Rhone to name a few, it has become famous for its wine. Similar to European wine rivers, the Sammamish River valley is also known for its bike trails, green sweeping views and numerous wine tasting rooms. Unlike these places however it’s only a short, 30-minute drive from downtown Seattle, $1,200 plane ticket not required.

As the weather begins to change and the leaves turn orange and red, it’s a wonderful time to get out and enjoy the crisp autumn scents. There are a whopping 130 tasting rooms and wineries to visit in Woodinville. Washington State has an unbelievable range of grape varietals grown from sweet dessert wines to bold, robust dry varieties. The fall harvest season is upon us and with it brings more reasons to come out to enjoy changing leaves and cozy, stone fireplaces while drinking your weight in wine. With these many wineries, you can come every day for months.

Many of the Woodinville wine tasting rooms are actually satellite vineyards from the Columbia Valley wineries. They were nice enough to bring their wines to the main Washington hub, so you don’t need to go so far to enjoy them. Woodinville has so many wine tasting rooms that it is separated into four districts in order to distinguish each region and help tourists to find their way around.

The Hollywood District is known for the landmark Hollywood Schoolhouse. It is no longer a schoolhouse, but currently is a lovely event space rental. The Hollywood and Warehouse Districts have the largest number of tasting rooms.

The Warehouse District has more wineries per square foot than anywhere else in the world! Don’t be fooled by appearances, on the outside it appears just as the name implies, a warehouse district. But, within each door there are intimate, cozy spaces each with its own personality, charm and friendly face pouring wine behind the counter.

The West Valley District is the newest and smallest district with fewer rooms to choose from and a little more space in between. A pretty place to drive, sit outside and not feel rushed to make it to the next space. This district is growing quickly and is the new hot spot for winemakers coming to the valley.

The Downtown District has its fair share of wine tasting rooms smattered around with everyday downtown-y living things like grocery markets and a famous, locally owned, gift and garden store named Molbaks.

Don’t feel left out if you’re a beer or whiskey drinker, there six local breweries, two cideries and four distilleries here in Woodinville as well. Pouring local rum, vodka, whiskey, gin and even absinthe, if the prohibition ever returned the entire city would fall into the ground.

Many of the wineries have their own calendar of events and each has its own charm.

Afterhours Woodinville is an event on September 13th & October 11th in the Hollywood District and September 27th & October 25th in the Warehouse District on Thursdays from 4-8, for $25 a ticket you can taste 14 or more wines from 12 cellars, with a total of 35 cellars participating, it’ll be easy to find a new favorite.

Gorman Winery gives a feeling of a Tuscan countryside villa with its open-air doors, overhead pergola and stone façade. With live music almost, every Friday and Saturday and happy hour prices.

The famous Chateau Ste Michelle made Washington wines what they are today by starting it all. They were the very first winery in the State and are proudly one of the most famous. Come see the beautiful grounds and French style castle hosting September concerts with a very impressive line-up including Lake Street Dive and Lyle Lovett. Check their busy calendar for concert dates, olive oil tastings, wine releases, cheese classes and Oktoberfest for wine lovers to name a few.

Columbia Winery, is another of Woodinville’s most famous, with an impressive façade bold event space complete with wine barrels adorning the walls, large hoop candelabra chandeliers and beautifully manicured gardens. Stop in for live music every Friday night through September and on October 12th.

Although most of the tasting rooms close early around 5:00 p.m., dinner is right around the corner. Not only is Woodinville famous for libations, but where there’s a vibrant wine and beverage scene, dynamic restaurants and local nightlife are sure to follow. Woodinville has over 100 restaurants in every form, specialty and price point concentrated close by, some bringing renowned chefs into town. Have your choice of any cuisine you can imagine from Vietnamese, Indian, taverns, fine dining, bistros, Italian, pizzerias, burgers, sushi or anything else your heart desires.

Plan your visit now for Woodinville wine, catch a fabulous dinner and the tail end of the live music scene for the year. Just don’t forget to take a ride share when you go!

Sammamish Model Home Preview Event for Crownfield Community

Categories: American Classic News, Community Spotlight, Events, Sammamish Homes, Sammamish Plateau, Sammamish Washington, Washington | Posted: August 7, 2018

Join us this weekend for the debut of the brand new professionally decorated Sammamish Model Home Preview Event for our 28 home Crownfield community as our nearby Herrington community in Sammamish, Washington. This weekend’s Sammamish Model Home Preview Event will provide visitors with an opportunity to tour this beautiful home and be inspired by the latest in home design, functionality, and style from American Classic Homes.

The professionally designed 4,227 approx sq.ft Ravenna home plan features 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, as well as a bonus room, den, main level guest bedroom, a covered patio, an elegant curved staircase, and a 3 car tandem garage.

Wildridge Model Home Preview Event
When: Saturday, August 11th & Sunday, August 12th
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: 24216 SE 30th Street, Sammamish, WA 98075

We look forward to seeing you at our brand new Sammamish Model Home Preview Event this weekend and feel free to grab some family or friends to bring along with you. If you have any questions or would like to schedule your very own home private tour, please give us a call at (206) 966.6380 or email Summer at Summer@AmericanClassicHomes.com.

 

Want to learn more about this community?

Click here to view the Crownfield Community page and see currently available homes, neighborhood images, and more.

 

Driving Directions: Click here to go directly to Herrington from Google Maps

  • From I-90 E take exit 17 for Front St toward East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast
  • Take SE Issaquah-Fall City Rd and Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd SE to SE 30th St in Sammamish
  • Turn left onto Front St N (signs for E Lk Sammamish Parkway SE)
  • Continue onto E Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE
  • Turn right onto SE Issaquah-Fall City Rd
  • Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Issaquah-Pine Lake Rd SE
  • At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto SE 32nd Way
  • Turn left onto 241st Ave SE
  • Turn right at the 1st cross street onto SE 30th St
  • Community will be on the left

American Classic Homes Opens Brand New Model Home at Wildridge in Kirkland, WA

Categories: American Classic News, Community Spotlight, Events, Kirkland, Model Home, New Homes, Washington | Posted: August 7, 2018

Join us this weekend for the debut of the brand new professionally decorated Wildridge Model Home Preview Event in Kirkland, Washington. This weekend’s Model Home Preview Event will provide visitors with an opportunity to tour this beautiful home and be inspired by the latest in home design, functionality, and style from American Classic Homes.

The professionally designed 3,833 approx sq.ft Bertona home plan features 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, as well as a bonus room, den, main level guest room, a covered patio, an elegant curved staircase, and a 3 car tandem garage.

Wildridge Model Home Preview Event
When: Saturday, August 11th & Sunday, August 12th
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: 13604 NE 133rd Place, Kirkland, WA 98034

We look forward to seeing you at our brand new Wildridge Model Home Preview Event this weekend and feel free to grab some family or friends to bring along with you. If you have any questions or would like to schedule your very own home private tour, please give us a call at (206) 966.4688 or email Summer at Summer@AmericanClassicHomes.com.

 

Want to learn more about this community?

Click here to view the Wildridge Community page and see currently available homes, neighborhood images, and more.

 

Driving Directions: Click here to go directly to Wildridge from Google Maps

  • Heading north on I-405 N
  • Take exit 20B for NE 124th St/Totem Lake Boulevard
  • Keep left, follow signs for Northeast 124th Street
  • Turn right onto NE 124th St
  • Turn left onto 132nd Ave NE/Slater Ave NE
  • Turn right onto NE 132nd St
  • Turn left onto 136th Ave NE
  • Wildridge will be on your right

American Classic Homes Opens Brand New Model Home at Tanglewood in Renton, WA

Categories: American Classic News, Events, Model Home, Renton, Washington | Posted: August 7, 2018

Join us this weekend for the debut of the brand new professionally decorated Tanglewood Model Home Preview Event in Renton, Washington. This weekend’s Model Home Preview Event will provide visitors with an opportunity to tour this beautiful home and be inspired by the latest in home design, functionality, and style from American Classic Homes.

The professionally designed 3,664 approx sq.ft Astoria home plan features 5 bedrooms, 3.75 bathrooms, as well as a bonus room, den, main level guest room, a covered patio, and an elegant curved staircase.

Tanglewood Model Home Preview Event
When: Saturday, August 11th & Sunday, August 12th
Time: 12:00pm – 4:00pm
Where: 19014 176th Ave SE, Renton, WA 98058

We look forward to seeing you at our brand new Tanglewood Model Home Preview Event this weekend and feel free to grab some family or friends to bring along with you. If you have any questions or would like to schedule your very own home private tour, please give us a call at (206) 899.0702 or email Summer at Summer@AmericanClassicHomes.com.

 

Want to learn more about this community?

Click here to view the Tanglewood Community page and see currently available homes, neighborhood images, and more.

 

Driving Directions: Click here to go directly to Tanglewood from Google Maps

  • From I-405 S
  • Take exit 4 for WA-900 W toward WA-169 S/Renton/Enumclaw
  • Turn right onto 140th Way SE
  • Turn left onto SE Petrovitsky Rd
  • Turn left onto SE 192nd Dr
  • Tanglewood will be on the left