4135 Providence Point Drive SE, Issaquah, Washington 98029
Established, Wooded 55+ Providence Point Offers a Mix of Condominium Homes in an Awe-Inspiring Setting
Nestled in the lush foothills of Washington's Cascade Mountains just thirty minutes southeast of Seattle, the town of Issaquah makes its home. It is also the site the beautiful condominium community of Providence Point, one of the first 55+ retirement developments in the Pacific Northwest. This established community started out in the 1980s and spreads across 180 acres.
Residents enjoy views of Lake Sammamish and the Cascades at almost every turn. Community grounds are covered with trees, flowering plants and manicured lawns. The 1,008 condominium units are divided between seven separate villages, each with its own identity, and in some cases, its own architectural style. The 50 floor plans range from approximately 800 sq. ft. to 2,300 sq. ft., and the majority of homes feature single story living in buildings with six to eight units, but there are also single level duplexes, two story town homes and apartment style homes. The mix of housing is a major selling point, and the wooded grounds give neighbors a sense of privacy. Prices begin in the high-$100,000s and top out in the $600,000s. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.
Each village has its own HOA, but the overall community is managed by the Providence Point Homeowners Association. Monthly homeowner assessments are based upon the square footage of each unit and include security, insurance, amenities, exterior building maintenance and grounds maintenance. This is also a safe community, protected by a hidden fence with entrances that are either guarded or that utilize a secure key card system.
The Town Hall is at the center of Providence Point and has a clubhouse, a pool, a sauna, a library, exercise rooms and a coffee house. Residents also spend time on the putting green, community garden and tennis courts. Free wi-fi is available in many public areas. An extra perk is the continuing education program called Communiversity. This program, started in 1985, offers a variety of informal, non-credit classes taught by certified instructors, many of whom are retired university professors.
Planned events and activites include a book sale, an art sale, afternooon movies, happy hours, music performances and more. Scheduled trips into Seattle take residents to the symphony, museums, restaurants, Mariners' baseball games and other fun venues.
Issaquah's Swedish Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Summer temperatures top out in the high 70s. Winters are overcast with temperatures in the 30s, 40s and 50s. On average, the area receives 60 inches of rain and 10 inches of snow each year.
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