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2 Weeks Left to Secure a Tumble Creek Homesite

Your chance at Suncadia Resort's private community ends soon

By Tumble Creek at Suncadia September 23, 2019


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Sponsored by Tumble Creek at Suncadia

On the sunny side of the Cascades, 80 miles from downtown Seattle, Suncadia Resort has a well established and cherished legacy. Its private residential enclave, Tumble Creek, is equally beloved by those familiar. Members of this gated community and its club have the best of both worlds. Their own exclusive 2,600-acre haven includes Tom Doak golf, trails, parks, and extensive social programming. Plus they can enjoy all the countless resort amenities at Suncadia. Now, you have an opportunity call Tumble Creek home, with the most significant homesites release here in more than a decade.

If You Want to Build a Home in the Mountains, This Is the Place

A place to put down roots – along footpaths worn by elk on dewy morning hikes. On playful pool days that flow into evening outdoor concerts. Casting a line, dropping a putt, savoring harvests on shared tables. Tumble Creek is treasured by the kindred spirits who call it home — all the time, or on weekends and holidays. Here, friends are made almost instantly, and gatherings are legendary.

A Private Tom Doak Golf Course. And It’s All Yours

This homesite release includes the last golf-front properties in Tumble Creek. Those who know the sport recognize Doak as one of the finest living golf course architects. Golf Digest ranked three of his courses among the top 50 in the world. His highly lauded masterpiece here takes its cue from the existing topography, listening to the land. It is reserved exclusively for Tumble Creek members. Bonus: when you arrive, the tee is yours, no tee sheets, no reservations. Just play. Besides the Tumble Creek course, your membership includes the Prospector and Rope Rider courses at Suncadia, for 54 holes of award-winning golf in total.

New Clubhouse Under Construction

The best clubhouses are always alive, filled with laughter from kids of all ages. With this in mind, renowned architects Hart Howerton designed the new Great House with an entire floor dedicated to family fun and activities. Commanding the most prominent site in Tumble Creek, with infinite views of the Cascade Mountains, it will soon be home to bowling and bocce tournaments, crafts and movies, fireside yarns, inspired dining, and cocktails under the stars.

Paintbrush Lake: A Setting as Idyllic as Its Name

Imagine a crystal clear series of ponds, reflecting the soaring pines and passing clouds, flowing from one to the next via small waterfalls. Some intimate and quaint, others that beckon a paddle board or fishing lure. This is Paintbrush Lake; and the backyards that surround it make up part of the diversity found in the new homesites release at Tumble Creek.

A Rare Collection of Homesites: Reserve Yours Now

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