Master-Planned Residential Community Unveiled by Developer UCP South of Puget Sound

A huge master-planned community was recently unveiled at the southern end of the Puget Sound. San Jose-based UCP Inc., a company dealing with homebuilding and land development announced its The Preserve at Turnwater Place in Turnwater, Washington. This will be the developer’s first selling community in the state’s real estate market.

A huge master-planned community was recently unveiled at the southern end of the Puget Sound. San Jose-based UCP Inc., a company dealing with homebuilding and land development, announced its The Preserve at Turnwater Place in Turnwater, Wash. This will be the developer’s first for-sale community in the state’s real estate market.

The developer located the sprawling project over 120 acres at 8856 Yarrow Court Southeast. It will include two different single-family-oriented suites of products, namely The Bainbridge Collection and The Blakely Collection. The homes will be constructed by a wholly owned subsidiary of UCP, Benchmark Communities. Plans call for eight single-level and two-story floor plans catering to different style and cost preferences. The Preserve will total 544 residential units at full build-out.

Homes at the community will range between 1,550 and 3,300 square feet, with the largest offering six bedrooms and three baths. Prices for the single-family homes at Turnwater Place start at around $200,000. The homes will use top-notch materials and feature open-island kitchens, nine-foot first floor ceilings, covered outdoor spaces, hardwood flooring and gas fireplaces.

The community is located in close proximity to the I-5 freeway, in the coveted Turnwater school district. The area offers a suite of recreational activities, with the Puget Sound, Nisqually Basin, as well as a number of lakes, parks and walking trails in the vicinity.

Image courtesy of benchmarkcommunities.com