Set in the beautiful Cascade Mountains of Washington, Trilogy at Redmond Ridge attracts active adults who enjoy participating in activities that keep their mind and body young. Retirees can enjoy the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains, forests, and rivers and still have the convenience of two nearby cities: Seattle, just 16 miles away, and nearby Redmond, the “bicycle capital of the Northwest.” Sports lovers will thrive in this perfect Gulf Stream climate, with highs around 50 degrees in the winter and 75 in the summer.
Shea Homes began construction of Trilogy in 2001 and the community will eventually contain approximately 1,500 residences. Many of the homes are on large, scenic lots with big windows and dramatic entranceways.
The homes range in size from 1,295 to 3,082 square feet and are available in a variety of styles. There are 18 different home models to choose from, each with their own variations including two- or three-car garages. Homes in Trilogy at Redmond Ridge feature modern designs with large kitchens and open living spaces. The homes are built with many eco-friendly materials and energy efficient systems.
The 32,000-square-foot Cascade Clubhouse is the central gem of the community. It offers a state-of-the-art fitness center as well as yoga and aerobics classes. Residents enjoy the indoor Junior Olympic-size pool year-round, as well as the four professional tennis courts. The clubhouse has an activities director who offers a dozen or more activities to choose from, including learning a foreign language, dancing, crafts, or music. People get together during happy hour, stop by the popular Cyber Cafe to share the latest news, or meet in the billiards or card rooms. Special events take place in the Grand Living Room.
The Golf Club at Redmond Ridge is a beautiful 18-hole championship course, designed by Gary Panks. Golfers enjoy spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains at the three tees. The climate supports lush green fairways and challenging water features on this par-70 course. Residents enjoy the convenient Crooked Spoon restaurant.
Nearby, the University of Washington Center for Learning provides a variety of lifelong learning classes. And, after all that body and brain stretching, residents seek out some pampering at the full-service Tranquility Spa. Stores carrying all the basics can be found within three miles of the community. Additionally, Redmond has both a historic downtown with many individually-owned businesses, and a modern section.
Trilogy at Redmond Ridge offers opportunities to homeowners aged 55 and older to easily enjoy both city life and quiet times in nature. The moderate climate encourages lazy boat rides, walks on the golf course, or biking down paved paths. Homeowners can throw a party in the 2,825-square-foot Crystal Event Room or sit outside on the community patio of the clubhouse, peacefully enjoying the lush greens of Washington.