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Modern sustainable community. Central Redmond-Kirkland location. Custom modern design.
7300 132nd AVE NE
, WA
7 single-family homes 1650-2000-2550 SF, attached parking, storage, mature landscaping
High Design, Low Impact social living !!
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY. Customize floor plans and finishes for your own Modern-Sustainable home in TALTREE ecoVillage; a forward thinking environmentally-conscious community in Redmond, WA. Seven single family homes, in three base models 1650-2000-2550 SF, community house, attached/detached parking, trails, and native landscape. High Design, Low Impact, custom design by Johnston Architects. Bright, open living spaces and tranquil privacy. Built Green / LEED & Energy-Star certified.

TALTREE ecoVillage is part of Redmond's Green Infrastructure Incentive Program which is destined to encouraging low impact development and housing choices in the city.

The project will combine custom modern architecture, certified to 5-Star Built Green or LEED Platinum & Energy Star Home standards, with mature common grounds, amenities and landscaping that value the preservation and blending with nature and its resources, with a healthy and easily maintained residence.

Creating a high quality community of social living while maintaining privacy is one of the key goals in this project. Porches and patios are included for each house, defining entry and connection to the immediate community, and defining private areas assigned to each residence. The houses and common building will each have two or more siding materials used in different ways on the structures. This will enrich the design and tie the buildings together through commonality of materials. A variety of roof shapes will be also used in the development. The common house will also be distinctly separate in design yet related through use of form and materials.

Taltree ecoVillage Site Plan and initial floor plans
View and Order the Project BOOK here

Daily Journal of Commerce published article on May-10': DJC article for full story, and Sustainable Industries magazine April-10':Sustainable Industries article