Jubilee - Lacey, WA

Quick Facts

Price Range
High $300s - Mid $700s
Home Types
Number of Homes
New / Resale
New And Resale Homes
Age Restrictions
Construction Dates
2004 - Present
Century Communities, Jenamar, Shea Homes
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Jubilee Overview

Jubilee is a resort-style, 55+ community located in Lacey, Washington. Construction of Jubliee began in 2004 with Jenamar and has continued with builders such as Shea Homes and Century Communities. Each builder within the community has brought a series of new homes and designs, giving homebuyers plenty of options to choose from. The scenic setting of the surrounding area includes views of Mt. Rainier and the Puget Sound, which is only a couple of miles away. With easy access to preserved forests, local shopping centers, and Downtown Seattle residents of Jubilee can enjoy the best of both secluded and urban living.

Amenities are plentiful in Jubilee and are centered around the spacious Jubilee Lodge clubhouse. Homeowners can take advantage of the many on-site amenities and also enjoy reduced rates at the adjoining Hawks Prairie Golf Course, which boasts two championship 18-hole courses. With an abundance of activities and social clubs, Jubilee is designed to offer residents an active, satisfying lifestyle.

Homebuyers looking for new homes in Lacey, WA for sale will like what Jubilee has to offer. 

Jubilee Amenities

The community amenities begin at the Jubilee Lodge, which is the 26,000 square-foot community clubhouse. Here, homeowners will find an expansive fitness center, indoor pool and whirlpool spa, community lounge, activity center, multipurpose ballroom, library, game room, arts and crafts rooms, and more.

The activities continue outdoors with tennis, pickleball, bocce ball, and basketball courts, as well as an elaborate outdoor trail system that winds its way throughout the community.

Hawks Prairie Golf Course offers 36 challenging holes of championship golf with discounted rates for residents of Jubilee. This public golf club contains two full 18-hole courses. Some of the homes at Jubilee are built to surround the golf course, which features spectacular views of Mt. Rainier and Puget Sound. 

Jubilee Homes & Real Estate

Jubilee homes are one-story, single-family homes that have been thoughtfully designed with active adults in mind. Construction began in 2004 and has been continued by trusted homebuilders such as Jenamar, Shea Homes, and Century Communities.

Jenamar began construction on Jubilee in 2004 and offers 13 single-family home models for homebuyers to choose from. These homes range from 1,277 to 2,584 square feet and include two or three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and an attached two- to three-car garage. A standard Jubilee house offers covered patios, fireplaces, window boxes, and additional garage access doors. Some models offer a den, flex room, or attached golf cart garage. Jenamar constructed a total of 615 single-family homes in Jubilee between 2004 to 2010. These models are available on a resale only basis. Upon completion, the entire master-planned community will consist of an estimated 1,120 homes.

In 2010 Shea Homes introduced 14 new single-family floor plans in homes that range from 1,285 to 2,462 square feet. These homes offer two or three bedrooms, two or two-and-half bathrooms, and an attached two- or two-and-a-half-car garage. These models are popular amongst homebuyers who seek the latest luxurious finishes in a single-level home. The Shea Homes models are available in five collections including the Villa, Cottage, Island, Estate, and Shea3D Collections. Each model features an appealing exterior design and spacious open interior layouts.

Century Communities began construction of Jubilee in 2019 and plans to offer seven distinct floor plans across two different neighborhoods, Eagles Bluff and Woodland Cove. The homes of the Eagles Bluff enclave come in seven unique floor plans that range from 1,531 to 2,566 square feet. These single-family floor plans feature one to four bedrooms, one to three bathrooms, and attached two-car garages. Some of these homes also offer den spaces and half bathrooms. 

The Woodland Cove neighborhood by Century Communities features some of the same models found in the Eagles Bluff enclave. This smaller neighborhood will include four floor plans that range from 1,531 to 2,207 square feet. These single-family homes feature one to three bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as an attached two-car garage. Some of the homes also include half bathrooms and den spaces. 

Jubilee Lifestyle

Residents of Jubilee enjoy many social activities, such as line dancing, card games, special interest groups, and community parties and events. Whether its the book club, water aerobics, or fishing, Jubilee carters to a wide variety of interests. For outdoor recreation, residents can play a game of pickleball, tennis, bocce ball, or basketball. Although this community is expansive in numbers, it has an intimate feel and residents enjoy getting to know each other and being actively involved within the community.

Lacey, WA Area

Located within the city of Lacey, this suburban community is only ten minutes from Olympia and approximately 60 minutes from Seattle. The community's prime location puts residents within easy reach of daily necessities and fun opportunities. 

When it comes to grocery shopping, options such as Walmart, Safeway, Trader Joe's, and Fred Meyer can be found close by. Pharmacy needs can be met at Rite Aid and Walgreens. Jubilee is also close to several health care providers, including Kaiser Permanente, Providence St. Peter Hospital, and Capital Medical Center.

When looking for dining and entertainment options, residents can travel along Interstate 5 which gives easy access to restaurants, cafes. Additional attractions in the area include the Bigelow House Museum, Capitol Theater, Washington Center for the Performing Arts, or Stottle Winery. 

Outdoor lovers will enjoy the natural surroundings of the area. Parks and greenspaces such as Wonderwood Park, Wanshcers Park, and Pleasant Glade Park, can all be found within a few miles. Nature preserves such as Woodard Bay Conversation Area and Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge are also close to the community. 

Golfers will be happy to know that courses, like Eagles Pride Golf Course, The Home Course, and Capitol City Golf Club are just about 20 minutes away. 

Homeowners will love being located within reach of Interstate 5, making it a breeze to travel to surrounding areas, such as downtown Seattle or Mt. Rainier. For long-distance travel, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is just under an hour away. 

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    Jubilee Models


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    Jubilee Amenities

    Amenities at Jubilee include:

    • Jubilee Lodge - 26,000 Sq. Ft.
    • Community Lounge
    • Coffee Bar
    • Fitness Center
    • Indoor Lap Pool & Spa
    • Arts & Crafts Studio
    • Hobby & Game Room
    • Billiards
    • Ballroom
    • Library
    • 18-Hole Links Golf Course
    • 18-Hole Woodlands Golf Course
    • 2 Tennis Courts
    • 2 Bocce Ball Courts
    • 2 Pickleball Courts
    • Basketball Court
    • Picnic Pavillion
    • Hawks Prairie Trail
    • Parks & Natural Space
    • Private Beach Access

    Jubilee Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes

    There are plenty of activities available in Jubilee. Here is a sample of some of the clubs, activities and classes offered here.

    • Artists Open Studio
    • Ballroom Dancing
    • Bible Study
    • Billiards
    • Bingo
    • Bocce Ball
    • Book Club
    • Breakfast Club
    • Bridge
    • Bunco
    • Canasta
    • Chorus
    • Hiking Club
    • Ladies Golf
    • Line Dancing Lessions
    • Line Dancing for Fun
    • Mah Jongg
    • Men's Golf
    • Pickleball
    • Poker Club
    • Singles Activities
    • Supper Club
    • Tennis Club
    • Water Aerobics
    • Yoga
    • Zumba

    Jubilee Reviews (7)

    Average Rating for this Community
    Date (Recent first)
    Mary H.
    I am a former owner/resident who sold my small home in Jubilee 2 yrs. ago because the COL in the area continued to increase and there were other issue I didn't care for. For instance, Lacey in general has seen a huge bldg. boom, which has brought lots of huge warehouses nearby (noise), more people, apt. and subdivisions, even a new middle school less than 1/2 mile away. The noise from nearby JBLM military base often become a bit much at times. They routinely are flying planes and helicopters overhead at a low altitude, and when shelling practice takes places on base...my whole house would shake. All in all....I loved the community, people, and activities when I built my home in 2005....but by 2016 the glow had worn off. FYI: friends I have kept in touch with say that although it's a sellers market there and home prices have increased dramatically....so have property taxes. One friend who only has a 2BR/2 bath home will soon be paying $10k a year. More than she paid when she lived closer to Seattle.
    June 18, 2018
    Linda H.
    The Jubilee trail is now open and a lovely walk to the beach or enjoying the view from the table and benches.
    May 28, 2018
    Larry H.
    When Shea builds the last house (soon) the income from the (approx $800) fee charged for selling a house will end. We have been told that the monthly dues will go up every year for the foreseeable future. This was something they could have seen coming and did not tell me before buying.
    August 1, 2017
    John B.
    Beautiful community, wonderful location and gorgeous view of the Puget Sound!
    March 9, 2017
    Perfect in almost every respect. However the private path through the woods to the Puget Sound beach is closed due to a washout. Since it's a private path, the city of Lacey takes no responsibility for its repair, and the Jubilee Community Association apparently considers the project to expensive to undertake. Since the path has been, and still is, a selling point on social media, the stalemate for its fix is a disgrace.
    February 26, 2017
    Wendy L.
    We loved Jubilee the first day we moved in and that was only a month ago. The people here are very friendly and the surrounding area are so lush and green. Lots of beautiful trails to enjoy. Wish we had discovered Jubilee sooner. Our thanks goes to our 55 Places Partner Agent!
    April 30, 2014
    Jay J.
    A wonderful community with great amenities. Surrounded by large pines and near Puget Sound, it's a great setting. It's in a rural area but within a few miles of urban facilities. Great tennis and pickleball courts. Quality entertainment in the huge lodge.
    September 29, 2013

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