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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.

 

 

 

Tips for Preparing Your Family for the Big Move

Categories: New Homes | Posted: September 6, 2018

We all know that moving is stressful. Between coordinating moving trucks to organizing belongings and tracking details (did you submit a change of address form?), it’s easy to get lost in the chaos. As adults, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel: soon, we’ll be settled into a new home, in a new neighborhood, full of exciting opportunities. It’s harder for kids to see the big picture.

Changing homes can be traumatic for kids. For big moves – whether across the state or the country – they’re switching schools, breaking a routine, and maybe even experiencing new weather. It’s important to talk to them well in advance and prepare them for the move. But how can you get them excited about it? Here are some tips for getting your kids revved up about the big move.

Get Them Involved in Household Decisions

Does your new kitchen need a fresh coat of paint? Are you ditching your old couch in favor of shiny new furniture? Let your kids be part of the decision-making! You may be surprised at how much fun they’ll have helping you pick out furniture, fabrics, and colors. And it gives them a sense of control over their new surroundings.

Give Kids An Important Moving Job

Kids love feeling helpful. So on the day of the move, assign them an important job or let them be your assistant. Let them pack up their toys, carry small boxes into the house, and keep things organized. Younger children may need some extra supervision, but that’s another way to get older kids involved. Create family teams and finish jobs together.

Want to go the extra mile? Print up a to-do list or organization chart for them. With each completed task, they can check it off the list and see their accomplishments pile up.

Unpack Their Bedrooms First

You’re probably familiar with the sudden dread of being in a new space surrounded by full boxes. It can be daunting to anyone, especially after an exhausting day of moving. Don’t burden your kids with this on top of everything else. Be sure to unpack their rooms first and set up their favorite things – books, toys, or favorite pictures. Get them feeling comfortable in their new room right away, and they’ll feel at home in no time.

Take Breaks for Family Time

Tensions run high on moving day. Siblings fight, parents’ patience goes out the door, and frustration runs rampant. This is the point when moving days can turn disastrous.

Be sure to take breaks between packing, moving, and organizing for some family time. Take a 5-minute group stretch break or grab an ice cream cone together. Anything that helps relieve the tension, get everyone to relax, and have fun. When you’re ready, get back to the tasks at hand.

Take a Walk Around the New Neighborhood

Once the moving trucks have pulled away, and the last boxes are hopefully in the right room, why not take some time to explore your new neighborhood? Take a family walk around your block. Be on the lookout for parks or community centers close-by, and maybe even stroll past your children’s new school if it’s within walking distance.

By taking the time to introduce your kids to their new neighborhood, they’ll be more comfortable with the change. Maybe you’ll even discover you’re close to a nature center, an arcade, or a cool museum!

Moving doesn’t have to be stressful or traumatic. Prepare your family ahead of time, keep them on task and focused during the move, and settle them in right away after. Not only will the entire process go smoother, but you’ll also have a happier family ready for what lies ahead.

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!

Top 5 Furniture Layout Apps

Categories: Home Design Trends | Posted: August 30, 2018

Whether you’re moving into a new home or simply feeling like redecorating, finding a great furniture layout can be challenging. Nobody wants to play a real-life game of Tetris, moving bulky pieces of furniture around to find the best fit.

Luckily, most of us (pretty much everyone, if we’re being honest) have a handy device in our pocket that can help. Need help organizing furniture in your home? Just like ordering pizza, checking your credit score, or turning on a security light – there’s an app for that!

Here are our top 5 picks for furniture layout apps.

1. Planner 5D(Android and iOS)

Are you looking to get hyper-detailed? If so, then Planner 5D is for you. This app lets you create both 2D and 3D floor plans based on the dimensions of your home or yard. That’s right; you can plan both interior and exterior layouts with this handy app. Create a floor plan based on your home’s dimensions, choose furniture from an extensive catalog, and create the layout of your dreams. This free app is available for both Android and iOS users.

2. Magicplan(iOS only)

The Magicplan app puts the power of 3D design in your hands.  You can turn pictures into floor plans, and then plan out your space in 3D. Add and arrange furniture with ease. The app itself is free, but you’ll be required to pay for a download version of your planned space ($2.99).

3. RoomScan Pro(iOS only)

For realistic, no-frills layout planning, go for RoomScanner Pro. This app boasts three different methods for capturing your exact floor plan: touching your phone against walls, scan the room and add in details via augmented reality, or manually draw the plan with added dimensions. Regardless of which you choose, you’ll get a completely accurate digital version of your home, ready for fast furniture layout planning. The app is currently free to download but will require in-app purchases to access many of these features.

4. IKEA Place(iOS, link to Android below)

Real talk: how much do you love IKEA? Do you ever find yourself clicking through their website or wandering through the warehouse-sized store wondering if that pine desk or stainless steel bar cart would fit into your home? Good news! The new IKEA app lets you literally place their furniture into your house using augmented reality. Check it out and place an order right from the app.

For Android users, here’s another App similar to this one (but without that neat AR functionality): IKEA Home Planner App.

5. Plan Your Room

Okay, so this technically isn’t an app. But Plan Your Room is such an easy-to-use layout-planning platform that we just had to mention it. Using a grid, you can map out your room and then add furniture pieces (represented with minimalistic line drawings) based on what you own – or want to own. It’s easy to use and free.

With these apps in hand, you have no reason not to give your home a little makeover. Or, if you’re moving into a new home, no reason not to get organized beforehand. There’s nothing worse than moving things around after the movers have left because you weren’t prepared to tell them where things needed to go.

So relax, download a new app, and play around. You’re sure to find the perfect layout; no heavy lifting required.

Why Laurelhurst is one of the Best Neighborhoods for Raising Children in Seattle

Categories: American Classic News, Community Spotlight, Lifestyle, Seattle | Posted: August 23, 2018

The beautiful Laurelhurst neighborhood is known for its meticulously manicured lawns and stately homes. Home owners here have a sense of pride and community, many of which have grown up in this neighborhood and stayed to raise families of their own.

Schools here are no less impressive. Roosevelt high school is ranked the best high school in Seattle and seventh in the State. The Seattle Children’s Hospital, in Laurelhurst is famously one of the best in the country.

Laurelhurst covers an entire mini peninsula jutting into Lake Washington creating phenomenal water views on two sides. It’s an exclusive location close to the University district, Sand Point and only minutes from downtown. A boutique neighborhood that’s been around since the early 1900’s, it’s age only showing through the variety of architecture and charm.

The Laurelhurst Community Center is situated on top of a hill with views of Lake Washington below. The center offers toddler, preschool and afterschool programs and year-round events for kids. Located in the large Laurelhurst Playfield Park. The center creates a community linking neighbors together through events and play.

  • September 6th the Community Center is holding its very popular, annual Backyard BBQ Salmon bake. Attended by 600 people last year, the BBQ is an entertaining community event including a carnival and kids bounce houses.

Next door to Laurelhurst is the University of Washington Botanic Gardens the gardens are beautiful resources for educating young minds. With programs from toddlerhood all the way through teens. The botanic garden offers summer camps, night hikes, free educational weekend walks, story times and a forest school.

  • Forest schools are quickly becoming popular in Seattle, children learn to love nature by spending all day outside learning about botany, moss, bacteria, bugs and wildlife. Check the calendar for an extensive list of family activities.

Magnusun park is a 350-acre gem located only 2-3 miles away. Previously a naval base, the City of Seattle turned it into a recreation dream with the largest playground in the city including a climbing wall and a wading pool for toddlers in the summer.

Magnusun is the second largest park in Seattle, next to Discovery. Come enjoy the mile-long Lake Washington beach, boat launch, kite boarding and trails through marshes. Art installations and art deco areas give the park a feeling of cultivation. Off leash areas for dogs and beautiful sports fields are top notch thanks to a 13 million dollar make over in 2012. Not only did the city make life better for humans, they created wetlands for birds and wildlife to find refuge amid a growing city after breaking up landing strips and large amounts of concrete the navy left behind.

  • Bring your kids to enjoy miniature golf in the summer.
  • An architectural sound garden plays on the NOAA campus making music in the wind.
  • Summer nights in the park have classic movies and food trucks.
  • Kite hill is the perfect place to make lasting memories. Build a kite together and come fly it over the peninsula while enjoying views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainer in the background.
  • Don’t miss the Children’s Garden and the Children’s Community Garden this is a perfect place for kids, four acres of fun with free events including family fun days, gardening classes, a community garden and continual educational opportunities keeping little ones bodies and minds busy in nature.
  • Activity camps are open for older children.

The Laurelhurst Beach Club has a gated, private beach and is available exclusively to residents of Laurelhurst and Windemere who pay the annual dues. It’s a social hub of the neighborhood and an easy way to get acquainted with the community. They offer a junior sailing program for kids 8-14 to learn the ropes and youth swim lessons for kids to get comfortable with their sea legs.

The Burke Gilman trail connects the North side of the neighborhood to safely access the rest of the city by bicycle. Take the trail to parks all over the city without worrying about straying child bicyclists on busy city streets.

Laurelhurst is a haven for families within a big metropolis. Where you can enjoy all that Seattle has to offer while feeling safe on quiet streets. Known for good restaurants, friendly people and peaceful, treelined boulevards. Laurelhurst is a neighborhood where families build warm, happy memories so much so that kids might just stay to raise their own children.

10 Best Bars to Soak in the Final Rays of Summer in Seattle

Categories: American Classic News, Lifestyle, Seattle | Posted: August 16, 2018

In a city the size of Seattle beautiful bars, chic restaurants and funky rooftops are often found. It takes a little bit of digging and local knowledge to find the right places, you can’t stumble upon a funky rooftop bar with the front door open. This quick guide will tell you about a place for every personality of friend or visitor on your list.

  1. Impress a date with an inside view of Seattle’s past. The iconic Smith Tower is arguably better than the Space Needle. Smaller crowds at a fraction of the cost to enter will leave more money for dinner and drinks up top. Enjoy a history lesson about Seattle while walking through the building, which was once the tallest high-rise outside of New York City when it was completed in 1914. Make your way to the bar with beautiful speak easy period décor, rich colors, thick textiles and opulently embossed ceilings. Take in city views and sunsets with professionally blended cocktails and charcuterie plates.
  2. For more unencumbered views of the Seattle Skyline try The Nest. On a clear day you can see the Olympics jutting out from behind the Puget Sound. A swanky cocktail bar with small plates and a pretty skyline are left wide open to view over the clear glass railing.
  3. For a rooftop bar that doesn’t take themselves quite as seriously as the others. Go up above the Motif hotel to visit Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails. Located on top of the 5th floor, Frolik gives off a business casual vibe surrounded by high rises. Frolik has a fresh, modern, American menu and invites you to stay after for a drink by a fireplace while playing lighted ping pong, giant Jenga and bean bag games. Musicians and classic comedy movies play in the summertime on a giant screen.
  4. If you’re looking for a low key, unpretentious locals bar try the Lookout on Capitol Hill. Known more for its views and cheap drinks than for the food. Come here for a drink with a view of Lake Washington and Mount Rainer while meeting your neighbors.
  5. For a fancy rooftop downtown bar with a menu full of Middle Eastern infusion dishes check out the mbar. It gets very busy late nights with the off-work techie crowd, so reservations are recommended. Look out over city lights while enjoying the swanky fashions of the young afterhours crowd.
  6. The Monkey Lounge is where to be for DJ dance parties and techno music on the roof. A funky, grunge atmosphere known well in inner Seattle techno circles. Dance floors are on the roof deck and inside along with tufted red leather and unfinished wood walls. Be prepared for long lines outside, cash only cover charges and long bathroom waits, this place is hopping. With nothing more than a Facebook page as advertisement, it is well known in the dance scene.
  7. As the name implies, Rooftop Brew Co is on a rooftop in Seattle. With a rotation of food trucks visiting out-front, you can always enjoy a different meal while sipping homemade brews and enjoying free popcorn at your table. This is a little known, low key gem on a roof, with beer brewing in the basement. Bring your dog to enjoy the view. The majority of the brewery is outdoors, and heated, so come in the winter to savor the fresh air under cover from rain with good prices and space to enjoy the company of friends. This one is a clear winner for one of the easiest spots to sit back and enjoy a fuss free afternoon. Not only is it dog friendly, but it also has a parking lot for easy access and is almost never too busy to find a table.
  8. If you’re looking for a nice meal out, The Pink Door will impress. You’ll likely recognize the bold mural of a bearded man in high heels swinging from a chandelier on a wall in Pike Place. Located behind a very non-descript pink door down Post Alley you’ll find a hidden restaurant behind. Guests are asked to dress for dinner. The Pink Door offers indoor and outdoor views over Pike Place Market and brings nightly entertainment. This is an experience worth finding. The fresh menu changes seasonally, with reasonable prices it’s high quality Italian food. A Pike Place staple that’s been in business for 38 years. Reservations are recommended especially for outdoor seating.
  9. A newer Pike Place gem is the, terra plata. A warm, urban patio in Capitol hill where you sit surrounded by office buildings, herbs and garden plants. Go on a Monday night for paella or Saturday and Sunday for brunch. Terra plata creates daily farm to table meals change daily changing with the chef’s mood and fresh, available ingredients. Come every day and never have the same meal twice. Eat with the seasons while basking in them on a rooftop. Terra plata is known for such amazing meals you will be talking about it around the water cooler tomorrow and maybe even a week later.
  10. Another Capitol Hill eatery with a rooftop in the trees is Monsoon. A beautifully blended menu fusing the Chinese, and European influences in authentic Vietnamese cuisine with flavors from the Pacific Northwest. The overall menu is packed with many layers of flavor and the décor is relaxed, artistic and inviting.

Seattle has a venue for everyone, even if you’re looking only for rooftops there is one for all ages and lifestyles. As fall is fast approaching it’s time now to get out and enjoy the last days of summer or stick around as the leaves change colors. They’re beautiful from rooftops as well.

5 Kitchen Design Trends Foodies Will Love

Categories: Home Design Trends | Posted: August 13, 2018

Okay foodies, here’s the deal. We all know the kitchen is the cornerstone of your home; it’s where you’ll spend most of your time, both alone and with friends, cooking and eating. You’re likely more excited about decorating or upgrading your kitchen than any other room.

Farmhouse sinks and Pinterest-inspired flour sack dish towels are great, but for someone who spends most of their time in the kitchen (or thinking about their kitchen), function is as important as aesthetic. With that in mind, here are some kitchen design trends guaranteed to make your cooking life easier.

Take Your Knife Storage Seriously

Where would you be without your trusty Chef’s knife? Having a reliable and sharp blade is cooking 101, but improper storage can quickly lower the life expectancy of this likely-spendy knife. Storing knives down on their blade can actually damage them over time, so instead consider a magnetic knife strip. These handy strips attach directly to your wall, keeping knives at the ready and out of the way. Besides their usefulness, a magnetic strip turns your knife collection into a flashy kitchen showpiece.

Hang, Don’t Stack Pots and Pans

Is there anything worse than getting down on your hands and knees to pull out every pot and pan you’ve ever owned to get to that one specific saucepan? Instead of resigning yourself to sorting stacks of cooking gear, hang those pots and pans from hooks. If you’re keeping a minimal vibe to your kitchen, apply sturdy hooks to the back of your cabinets. Bonus: this organization tip will clear up space in your cabinets too.

Boldly Cook Anything You Want (Without Lingering Smells)

Some foods are more pungent than others, lingering hours and even days later. No matter how great a meal tasted, it’s never pleasant to smell it the next morning. Invest in a proper ventilation system above your oven to rid yourself of these unwanted odors. A few things to know when making this purchase: If you have a gas range, you will need a more powerful vent than if you have an electric one, and there’s no need to buy a vent that’s larger than your oven.

Shine a Light On It

A kitchen is no place for mood lighting. You need to see what you’re doing, especially when cooking on your range. There are so many beautiful lighting options available that there’s no excuse for under-lighting here. Make sure your hood vent has a light, add a light over the sink, and maybe even additional runner lights under cabinets or above counters. You’ll never regret having strong lighting in the kitchen, especially when chopping and slicing.

Spend Extra on the Best Dishwasher Possible

Whether you’re constantly entertaining on the weekends or just cook elaborate meals for your family, a dishwasher is a must in every kitchen. But not all dishwashers are created equal. Consider purchasing one that includes a utensil rack above so you can wash spatulas, serving spoons, and whisks without taking up too much space elsewhere. Nowadays, dishwashers are nearly silent, which is a must if you have an open floor plan and don’t want to hear it running while watching TV on the couch nearby.

If you love food and love cooking, then now’s the time to invest in your dream kitchen. Consider designs that are both functional and beautiful to create a room you’ll never want to leave.

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
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