Step out your front door and into a community filled with people, recreation, dining and retail. Your new home awaits you at Harbor Hill, Gig Harbor's newest community combining new homes for sale, new rental apartments, new senior living, shopping, dining and activities for the whole family.
When you live here, you can stay active on the scenic trail system, do that quick Costco run, enjoy Gig Harbor's new state-of-the-art YMCA, dine with friends at the Shops at Harbor Hill, pick up groceries, and make memories in your neighborhood.
Located in Gig Harbor, Harbor Hill is easily reached from Hwy 16 or via Peacock Hill Avenue from downtown Gig Harbor.
Experience the beauty of Harbor Hill. You'll love living here.
The Preserve at Harbor Hill, a new community in the Harbor Hill neighborhood, is now open. The new community is located just west of the intersection of Borgen Boulevard and Peacock Hill Avenue.
Pulte Homes, the builder of The Preserve at Harbor Hill, officially opened for sales and its model on June 4. Pulte Homes, a national builder, is joining Quadrant Homes and Richmond Homes as one of Harbor Hill's three selected builders.
The Preserve at Harbor Hill offers 37 single-family home sites starting from $414,900 and ranging in size from 2,449-3,319 square feet. Buyers can choose home plans with three to six bedrooms, and two-and-a-half to four baths.
Pulte Homes chose Harbor Hill due to its location near retail, dining, Gig Harbor's great schools, and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation.
"The Preserve at Harbor Hill also offers easy access to major employers and military bases in the area,” said Andrea Murphy, vice president of sales for the company's Pacific Northwest Division. "This is the ideal community for families who like the idea of living, working and playing near home.”
The two- and three-level homes include consumer-inspired features such as daylight basements, bonus room or loft, flex rooms, open concept floorplans and expansive kitchen islands with granite slab counters and custom maple cabinetry.
"Pulte seeks consumer feedback to create home designs that feature smarter use of living space in the rooms that families use most,” Murphy said.
Homes will be move-in ready later in 2016.
For more information about Pulte Homes, visit www.pulte.com.
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