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Just 80 miles from the city, Suncadia is a place where the mountain air tastes fresher and the sunny days are more frequent. Suncadia residents will tell you that becoming an owner gives your family a unique legacy—a getaway and a homecoming, all at once. If you’ve ever dreamt of finally owning your very own mountain home here, you should plan to visit Suncadia between September 15 to 16 for a weekend long Home Tour.

On Saturday, the tour takes place from 10am to noon and will highlight six homes in Prospector’s Reach. Set alongside Suncadia Trail and near the heart of Suncadia—on the exact spot where surveyors staked their claim in 1886—the neighborhood’s homes are a stone’s throw from the Prospector Golf Course, the Swim & Fitness Center and, of

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If finding the perfect Suncadia property is a dream come true, then finding the right person to make that happen is equally important. At Suncadia, we have a team of brokers who are as passionate about the resort and community they work at as they are about helping families find their dream home.

Building a custom designed house probably ranks high on every homeowner’s dream list. At Suncadia, we know how important it is for members of our community to build a home they will love for years to come, one that fits their lifestyle and that they are happy to come home to weekend after weekend. That’s why we have partnered with some of the best home builders in Washington. We also have a team of brokers who are as passionate about the resort and community

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We can’t take credit for our spectacular natural backdrop, but our amenities and facilities? We built those for you, with family-friendly luxury in mind. We make sure every golf course, court, pool, and trail on our property is beautifully built and well-maintained, so every round, match, swim and walk in the park is as enjoyable as possible. Here, Pat Simpson, Director of Community Associations, tells us about our beloved Dawson Park.

Park history

Dawson Park is named in honor of James Dawson, a land planner, architect and environmentalist who has worked in the design and conception of Suncadia continuously since 1996 when planning for the community began in earnest. Jim's contributions to Suncadia are immeasurable. His ideas, integrity and

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Spanning 2,600 acres of the Northwest’s finest natural woodlands, and most engaging recreational and hospitality amenities, Tumble Creek is separated from the grand Suncadia landscape by the many miles of open space and the five miles of Cle Elum River frontage. Tumble Creek’s residential privileges include Suncadia’s 10 square miles of hiking trails, parks and vast family resort and golf amenities.

Then there’s the Tumble Creek Club, a golf and social membership with established and growing privileges. Its highly desirable amenities feature award-winning golf, gourmet dining and socializing at The Golf House & Grill, wellness activities at the Hill House swim and fitness center, and family camping at Sasse Mt. Outpost.

Recently, Suncadia hosted

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You’ve probably heard about River Ridge. Nestled within Nelson Preserve, this gated Suncadia enclave is everything you love about our community, with miles of trails leading deep into the woods and to the flowing river where rainbow trout swim wildly. We are excited to announce the release of a limited number of new river view homesites that offer some of the very best vistas in all of Suncadia. At River Ridge, you can be savoring the peace of fishing in the river at sunrise, head to the new Nelson Farm Pool for splashy fun and a BBQ with the neighbors at noon, and join new friends for a family soccer game at sunset.

Owning at Suncadia gives your family a unique legacy—a getaway and a homecoming, all at once. Here, you and your family can discover

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At Suncadia, you step out of urban life and into something that’s all too rare: a place where you know your neighbors instead of just passing them on the way to work. And as visits become longer and more frequent, you get to know the people who help shape Suncadia into a community you hold close to your heart. This column celebrates the Suncadia staff who play a role in the way residents and guests enjoy their time here. Some might be familiar faces or names, and others will be new to you. This week, we chat with Tina Hansberry, Director of People Services.

Where are you from originally and how did you end up at Suncadia?
I have lived in Washington all my life. Born and raised in Kirkland, then built my first house in Marysville, and then met my

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If finding the perfect Suncadia property is a dream come true, then finding the right person to make that happen is equally important. At Suncadia, we have a team of brokers who are as passionate about the resort and community they work at as they are about helping families find their dream home. This week, we want to introduce you to Paula Bianchi.

 

A Seattle native, Paula has been with Suncadia since the beginning and has sold hundreds of homes over the years. Almost two decades ago, she and her husband built their own home in the Tumble Creek neighborhood, where they live full-time.

“What’s great about this neighborhood is that it’s close to everything Suncadia offers, but it’s also a private gated community that the public can’t drive

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Building a custom designed house probably ranks high on every homeowner’s dream list. At Suncadia, we know how important it is for members of our community to build a home they will love for years to come, one that fits their lifestyle and that they are happy to come home to weekend after weekend. This week we chat with Matt Rudolph, Founder and CEO of Gravitate Design + Build. Matt and his team are the designers behind a new property being built at 201 Portal Court.

“This is our first home in Suncadia and our goal is to have a minimal impact on the natural habitat, create an open floorplan and maximize the views,” says Matt. As builders. Matt believes they have a responsibility to be stewards of the land on which they build, an approach to

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At Suncadia, you step out of urban life and into something that’s all too rare: a place where you know your neighbors instead of just passing them on the way to work. And as visits become longer and more frequent, you get to know the people who help shape Suncadia into a community you hold close to your heart. This column celebrates the Suncadia staff who play a role in the way residents and guests enjoy their time here. Some might be familiar faces or names, and others will be new to you. This week, we chat with Debbie Losse, Director of Catering & Conference Services.

Where are you from originally and how did you end up at Suncadia?

I originally grew up in Eastern Washington. My family had a cabin on Lake Cle Elum so we were up here every weekend.

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At Suncadia, we’ll take any excuse to celebrate, to bring families and friends together, and throw a good party. And so for the 4th of July, we put on our best reds, whites and blues and launched into festivities that lasted an entire week.

 

The celebration kicked off in downtown Cle Elum on June 30th with a community parade, a basketball tournament and fireworks. The next couple of days, Suncadia hosted a 5k race at Dawson Park, family-friendly guided hikes, a Battle of the Bands during our Swiftwater Concert Series, and a tie-dye session featuring everyone’s three favorite colors.

 

The big day arrived and so did the Kids Bike & Paws Parade. Some 35 kids went all out to decorate their bikes (and their dogs) with all the bells and whistles.

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