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Avery Pointe

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Developer sold out
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23203 Southeast 48th Street, Issaquah, WA
Single Family Home
- Units
3 - 5 Bedrooms
2470 - 3789 SqFt


Avery Pointe is a new single family home community By Pulte Homes at 23203 Southeast 48th Street, Issaquah. Avery Pointe unit sizes range from 2470 to 3789 square feet.
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Avery Pointe details

Building Type:Single Family Home
Ownership:Fee simple
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Pulte Homes
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Avery Pointe marketing summary

Avery Pointe features include: 40 Single Family Home Community Starting from the mid $700's. 2 and 3 Story Homes from 2470-3789 SF. Renowned Issaquah School District. Your Choice of 10 Innovative Home Designs. Minutes to Top Employer Campuses like Costco, Microsoft T-Mobile. 23 Minutes to Downtown Seattle. 18 Minutes to Bellevue. Easy Access to Retail, Amenities and Entertainment. Minutes to Charming Old Town Issaquah. Numerous Parks, Trails and Green Space within Easy Access from the Community
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Last update: Nov 21, 2016
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