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13 Residences in Education Hill

Kensington Lane is the newest offering by Steve Burnstead Construction Company. This new community will feature 13 custom residences on protected greenbelt lots situated in the sought-after Education Hill neighborhood of Redmond. Conveniently located atop Education hill near Tech Corridor and Microsoft allow for easy commute times into Redmond, Bellevue, Kirkland. Minutes to dining and recreation in Redmond and Woodinville wine country, 60 acres soccer field, and Burke-Gilman trail nearby. Further highlighted by Award winning Lake Washington Schools including Rockwell Elementary, Redmond Middle, and Redmond High.

Pre-Sales Begin Summer 2019.

Home Features

  • Carefully considered greenbelt backing lots

  • Custom designed NW contemporary homes 

  • Extensive Wide plank engineered hardwood flooring 

  • Chefs Kitchens featuring commercial grade appliance packages 

  • Euro Designed custom cabinets throughout 

  • Open floor plans featuring 10 ft ceilings on main floors

  • Great room concepts with separate dining area

  • Large windows opening onto greenbelt views

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  • Den/Main floor guest rooms 

  • Spa like Master Baths

  • Private outdoor deck/back yard overlooking protected natural greenbelt

  • Designer selected finishes and fixtures throughout 

  • Thoughtful implementation of cultured stone, brick, and clear cedar exterior accents

  • Contemporary gas fireplaces 

  • High efficiency energy systems 

  • Slab quartz or granite counter tops throughout

PROPERTY COLLECTION


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Neighborhood Profile

Education Hill has long been one of most desirable communities on the Eastside for its neighborhoods, award winning schools, and prime location. Perfectly placed atop Education Hill on greenbelt lots, homeowners in Kensington place will experience the draw to wine country in the Sammamish River Valley below, the recreation of Redmond’s Marymoor Park along North lake Sammamish, and the spontaneous sightings of hot-air balloons overhead on summer nights.

With 23 parks and 17 miles of developed trails, Redmond draws recreationalists taking advantage of horseback riding, bike riding along the Sammamish River Trail, or simply taking in a youth soccer match at Sixty Acres beneath the Cascade foothills with epic Mount Rainier views.

 
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Site Information

 
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Community Sales Manager Ryan Tuttle | John L Scott

206.384.2910

tuttle@burnstead.com

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