Tumble Creek at Suncadia beckons second homeowners to the Pacific Northwest with the unveiling of its new Great House.

Abundant mountain and golf course views. PHOTO BY RACHAEL ANN ADKINS
Abundant mountain and golf course views.

Privacy, seclusion and quality amenities are the ultimate luxuries at Tumble Creek, a 2,600-acre private residential community within the larger Suncadia resort. Situated 80 miles east of Seattle, at the base of the Cascade Mountains, the four-season enclave is a slice of Pacific Northwest paradise—that is, a paradise for all things outdoors: golf, hiking, fly-fishing, mountain biking, camping and more—with a focus on blending in with nature. “Great care has been shown to develop the community, homes and amenities to preserve the natural beauty and feel of the land,” says Jared Jeffries, general manager of Tumble Creek. “Homes within the community are developed with an adequate buffer to neighbors, with a focus on preservation of the forestland that surrounds. The design review guidelines allow for great mountain craftsmanship and modern lines with native species landscape plantings so completed homes look and feel as if they have been there for years with seamless blend into the natural environment.”

Homeowners can choose from two new real estate options: Tumble Creek Cabins—a collection of four ready-to-build plans with various finish options—and Paintbrush Lakes, the newest offering of 105 homesites. But when it’s time to leave the comforts of home, equally enticing options await. In addition to The Hill House—a state-of-the-art fitness and aquatic center—and The Golf House, The Great House is the newest extension of home for Tumble Creek owners. “Th e Great House, first and foremost, was designed to capture the amazing signature mountain views to the west, as well as the five holes of core golf that lie out under the mountain view,” Jeffries says. “The Great House, Hill House and Golf House are all created to act as an extension of personal homes, offering a place where our owners would want to come gather and enjoy with friends and family.”

The Great House is marked by sophisticated yet rustic glass, steel and wood elements. PHOTO BY RACHAEL ANN ADKINS
The Great House is marked by sophisticated yet rustic glass, steel and wood elements.

The Great House lives up to its name, featuring a restaurant, Descend Dining Room & Bar, helmed by chef Chad Storms; well-appointed member lounges; TrackMan golf simulators; and The Parlor, with an ice cream bar, a two-lane bowling alley, a gaming and media room, retro arcade games and a vintage pinball machine. Glass, steel and wood accent the new 14,000-square-foot gathering space, giving it a “subtle and sophisticated modern mountain feel with a nice blend of rustic interior finishes,” Jeffries adds. “All of the interior spaces also have an exterior terrace or patio that allow The Great House to live with this great blend of interior and outdoor spaces.” With the opportunity to live a life full of thrilling outdoor adventures and relaxed social gatherings alike, Tumble Creek homeowners get a taste of both sides of luxury.

Descend Dining Room & Bar offers indoor and outdoor dining. PHOTO BY RACHAEL ANN ADKINS
Descend Dining Room & Bar offers indoor and outdoor dining.