Lennar this weekend will hold Grand Opening of The Heights at South Cooper Mountain in Beaverton on Saturday, February 16 from 12 to 4 p.m. Model homes will be open for touring showcasing modern, single-family homes and boasting their signature Everything’s Included® features -- including home automation technology and Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ designs.
“We’re very excited to be unveiling this beautiful new home community that will give home shoppers an incredible opportunity to own a brand-new, Everything’s Included® home in a fantastic Beaverton location just 14 miles from downtown Portland,” said Sia Howe, Marketing Manager for Lennar Portland. “Beaverton is the perfect setting for a new home because it captures that small-town charm but with all the sought-after attractions of a bigger city including exciting recreation and entertainment, museums, community events, golf courses and much more.”
The Heights at South Cooper Mountain offers a collection of six, two-story floor plans ranging in size from approximately 2,213 to 2,857 square feet of living space including three to four bedrooms and two and one-half bathrooms. Floor plans are designed to reflect the way people choose to live today and feature open-concept layouts that make entertaining and connecting easy, patios for outdoor living, spacious secondary bedrooms for the kids, stylish master suites complete with spa-inspired bathrooms and generously-sized lofts that you can use as you see fit. New homes start from the low $600,000s.
Lennar’s signature Everything’s Included® program includes popular features at no additional cost, such as stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, energy-efficient items and more. Residents will also experience a more modern way to live with integrated home automation features and built-in commercial strength Wi-Fi with Lennar’s new Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ home designs. Turn on or off the lights, play music or a movie, lock the door or see who’s there — all remotely from any smart device or voice controlled with Amazon Alexa.
Beaverton is best known as one of Washington County’s vital economic centers, home to big name employers like Nike and Intel Corp. The city also puts on several festivals throughout the year and is situated right across from the new Mountainside High School and just six miles from downtown Beaverton.