Find Home and Heritage in Redmond
Visionaries long have been putting down roots in Redmond. From industrious loggers to innovative high-tech entrepreneurs, residents have enjoyed the area’s abundant natural resources and beauty for more than a century – and quite literally launched new industries along the way.
Quadrant Homes has offered attractive, quality homes in the area for decades, but continues to evolve to meet growing demand from discerning homebuyers. English Landing, now open in desirable North Redmond, is located near city entertainment and amenities, but far enough away to relax in the natural beauty of the Northwest. Just minutes out your door are the Sammamish River trail, local wineries, the popular Willow Run Golf Course and 60-acres park.
Homebuyers may choose between a variety of home sizes and unique price points. Homes at English Landing range from 2,566 to 4,197 square feet, with prices starting at $1.2 million. Choose from three to seven bedrooms and 2.5 to 5.5 bathrooms. Homes feature abundant natural light, designer finishes, outdoor patios and plenty of open space.
Ray Meadows, the next Quadrant community in Redmond, is expected to open in Summer 2018. This new neighborhood will continue the legacy of innovation in this area with modern architecture and large, functional outdoor living spaces, including rooftop decks. Here, homebuyers will find uniquely balanced home designs that are sleek and stylish without sacrificing livability or comfort.
A Little Redmond Lore
Nestled in the Sammamish Valley only 16 miles from Seattle, Redmond boasts scenic vistas and plentiful resources. Loggers and fishermen arrived in 1871, captivated by the area’s profuse trees, wildlife and natural beauty. The logging industry was paramount until the 1920s when agricultural pursuits became more common. Residents operated dairy, chicken and truck farms, and the area remained a bucolic haven for many years.
In 1963, the Evergreen Point floating bridge was completed, providing an easy link between Seattle and Redmond. Better roads along with stronger residential and commercial growth resulted. Once high tech companies like Microsoft arrived, growth exploded. In a hundred years, Redmond grew from an incorporated area of three square blocks to more than 17 square miles!
A Thriving Community
Today, Redmond is one of the strongest real estate markets in the Eastside area. With excellent schools, plentiful parks and access to large employers and entertainment, it’s no surprise. The area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, with 41 miles of developed trails and more than 1,300 acres of open space. Redmond maintains a commitment to preserving its natural beauty while serving as hub to major employers. Redmond is host to Derby Days, a summer event featuring a bicycle criterium, parade, food, carnival and more. A popular Farmers Market runs from May through October, and an annual outdoor concert series is offered each summer.
Though its own high-tech hub, many Redmond residents commute to Seattle. With recent expansions to SR-520 and the Evergreen Point floating bridge, including the first connected bridge walkway from the Eastside to Montlake, access to transportation continues to increase. Light rail connections set to open in 2023 are also underway from Seattle to Redmond.
In Redmond, experience a high-tech, environmentally-conscious community like no other – featuring beautiful Northwest surroundings and a treasured history, vitalized by mindful, sustainable resources and forward-thinking technologies.
Please see for yourself why Quadrant Homes has earned top customer service and quality ratings. For a new home in Redmond, connect with a New Home Specialist at (866) 784-6637, or email email@example.com.