Our 88 acre masterplanned neighborhood including diverse housing types and various commercial and recreational amenities.
Variety of Uses
Over time as the neighborhood continues to grow, parks, rowhomes, live-work, and neighborhood commercial all add to a diversity of uses rarely seen in new subdivisions.
No longer is the street just about car count: we now value the pedestrian experience. Sidewalks are safely tucked into a boulevard flanked with street trees, interesting and varied architecture and carefully sited homes help pleasant, and safe experience for the pedestrian.
Unlike many new subdivisions where one size fits all, Edwards Addition provides a wide variety of housing choices. Options range from a 700 square foot artist’s cottage to 3500 square foot family homes to attached housing with small courtyards. By accommodating many different housing needs, you are as likely to greet a civic employee as you would a software engineer or retired professor as you greet your neighbors in Edwards Addition.
Reminiscent of houses from early 20th century Pacific Northwest neighborhoods with welcoming front porches and less prominent garages, our homes are each designed to satisfy the lifestyle of the owner while fitting into an aesthetic fabric of the neighborhood.
Probably most exciting are the things you can’t master plan, but grow out of a diversity of people and concern for the built environment. Book clubs, community gardens, holiday open houses and a Halloween parade are a few things we could have never designed, but organically formed from the desire to become a neighborhood beyond sticks and mortar.