2016 was a record-setting year for sales in the mountain resort community
Those looking to the great outdoors to"get away from it all" had better act fast: one mountain resort town in Washington had a record-setting 2016 when it came to real estate and resort sales.
In 2016, Suncadia saw a 26 percent increase in real estate sales volume from 2015, according to a release from the resort. The resort also saw a jump in bookings, with 3,000 more guest room nights booked in 2016 than 2015. The planned community is about 80 miles east of Seattle and features more than 40 miles of hiking trails, a golf course, a winery and a 4-star-rated mountain lodge.
Since Suncadia properties became available in 2003, 928 custom homes and condominiums have been built. The community is made up of three neighborhoods, which include the Suncadia resort itself, Nelson Preserve and Tumble Creek.
There are currently 77 properties for sale at Suncadia. They range in price from $197,000 for a 450-square-foot condo to $2.05 million for a luxury home.
Scroll through the slideshow linked below to get a quick tour of Suncadia and a few of its homes.