There are just three move-in ready homes left in the Lacey and Puyallup areas. So, if you want a new ho-ho-home for the holidays, get in your car, truck or even sleigh and stop by today!
A move-in ready home in Horizon features a grand entry with soaring ceilings and a beautiful gourmet kitchen.
One of our new homes in Lacey is move-in ready. Located in Horizon, a community just 15 minutes away from the state capitol, the home features the Chelsea floor plan. Enter the home through a grand entry with high soaring ceilings. The formal dining room even includes a coffered ceiling for added elegance. A beautiful gourmet kitchen is perfect for holiday baking and features a tile island, huge pantry and a nook that opens to a large family room with gas fireplace and gorgeous white decorative mantle. The large master suite boasts a coffered ceiling, five-piece bath and walk-in closet. Upstairs included a laundry room for added convenience. The home even has a den or office space. With 2,156 square feet of space, three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, this home is great for entertaining. Plus, it is priced from just $237,150. Continue reading →
This week, homeowners in Premier homes have been busy preparing for their Thanksgiving feasts. No matter if planning for one or twenty-one guests, our gourmet kitchens and spacious living spaces are perfect for cooking and entertaining.
Cooks love our gourmet kitchens that feature tile islands, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Large walk-in pantries store Thanksgiving ingredients, favorite seasonal dinnerware and more. Breakfast nooks, eating bars and separate dining rooms allow ample variety for seating. Formal dining rooms with columns and coffered ceilings set the tone for the big day with plenty of room for guests, the turkey and even the stuffing too. Continue reading →
As the weather gets colder, heaters go on and fireplaces are lit. Save on energy with these tips!
As the weather gets colder, heaters go on and fireplaces are lit. However, keeping your house warm can get expensive. This season, save on energy in Premier homes by following these tips.
-Set your thermostat no higher than 68 degrees when home. Lower this temperature when in bed or when you are not home. For every degree that you lower your thermostat, you save about two percent on your heating bill.
-Weatherize your home by caulking and weather-stripping all doors and windows. In addition, use locks on windows to make them tighter and draft resistant. Continue reading →
Congrats to our Howl-oween Best Pet Costume Contest winner, Lexy the Biker Babe!
Join us in congratulating our Howl-oween Best Pet Costume Contest winner, Lexy the Biker Babe! Lexy heated up the competition with her edgy and rockin’ style. She could definitely be the owner of a Harley! Her family, the Tuckers, received a $200 gift certificate. Maybe Lexy can get a new helmet?!
The Howl-oween promotion did not just bring cute animals dressed in their best costumes, it also brought Premier new Facebook “likes.” As promised, for each new “like,” we donated $1 to the Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County. In all, we donated about $120! Hopefully, it will help more pets be adopted into good families, such as the Tucker family. Continue reading →
Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh, my! Our Howl-oween contest hasn’t had any zoo animals enter yet, but we do have a tourist, sheep, pirate, biker, Santa, tourist, hot dog and even a banana split! There is still time to enter your pet in our Best Pet Costume Contest on the Premier Communities Facebook page! Dressing up pets for Halloween sure is fun, but please remember to keep their safety in mind.
Here are some pet safety tips for residents in our new homes in Lacey, Auburn, Bonney Lake, Everett, Fife, Lakeland, Olympia, Orting, Puyallup, Spanaway and Tumwater:
-Don’t assume that pets will love their new costumes. Try costumes on in advance to see how they react. If they don’t like dressing up, don’t make them. Continue reading →
Group accessories and collectibles in odd numbers.
Want to know how to be a “groupie”? Then, follow these design tips from interior designer Martina Clymer of Seattle’s Design Stage for new Pierce homes. She has staged our homes for sale in Puget Sound, and we loved her work! Here are some of her tips on how to group home accessories and collectibles together.
Grouping in odds:
-To organize and showcase pieces of memorabilia such as tea cups, rocks, postcards, movie stubs and books, just group in odds. Placing like items in groups of three, five, seven, etc. will allow your visual assemblage to have a more visual weight and importance. Odd numbers are the best and most comforting for the viewer to take in.
-Arranging items on a bookshelf at various eye levels is helpful for creating drama. Try laying five magazines or books on their backs, stacked up, and place objects on top of these. For example, rocks in a small bowl sitting on top of a few books. Continue reading →
Kids love dressing up on Halloween. We are sure to see lots of princesses, ghosts, ghouls, sports figures and cartoon characters trick or treating from our Auburn, Orting, Tumwater, Spanaway, Olympia, Fife and Lacey homes. Sometimes you even see the family dog dressed up and following the kids along the route. To make sure everyone is included in this festive holiday, Premier Communities invites you to sniff out some special treats for your furry friends on Facebook this Howl-oween. Enter your pet in our Best Pet Costume Contest for the chance to win the grand prize, a $200 gift certificate to the place of your choice (You choose, it’s our treat!).
To enter just post a picture of your favorite Spooky dooby doo, black cat or other pet in its Halloween costume on the Premier Communities Facebook page. Or feel free to email the photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will post it for you. The photo with the most “likes” on November 1 will win. If you don’t have a pet then make sure to vote for Continue reading →
Choose the perfect pumpkin at Schilter Family Farm!
Residents living in our Lacey homes in Horizon are ready for fall! They are celebrating by going to Schilter Family Farm in Olympia. There, they can enjoy activities for the whole family including a corn maze, feeding the farm animals, hayrides and the pumpkin patch. Plus, there are pumpkin blasters and corn cannons!
Schilter Family Farm also serves up some fantastic seasonal dishes such as homemade cider donuts, caramel apples, roaster corn, pumpkin pie and hot spiced cider. The Farm is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. October 1 – 30 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Halloween, October 31.
When not celebrating at Schilter Family Farm, residents are enjoying their new homes in Horizon and are putting up Halloween decorations. Horizon impresses with its unique design, functionality and dramatic appeal and is an easy drive to Tacoma and is just 15 minutes away from JBLM. There are currently two move-in ready homes available that feature the Aster and Chelsea floor plans. Continue reading →
Whew! After what may have seemed like forever, the long awaited BUILDING PERMITS are back! Have you been perusing thru the many Premier communities with homes for sale in Puget Sound trying to decide which neighborhood would be perfect for you, or are you already a Premier purchaser patiently waiting? Well, get ready to see a lot more action out there on-site. Premier is cooking with gas now, or should I say dirt? Continue reading →
Walking into Horizon, you will feel as if you have stepped back in time. With red-bricked intersections and old-fashioned lamp posts, the streets of this master planned community embrace a hometown feel from a nostalgic era. Mixed with contemporary Lacey homes, Horizon impresses with its unique design, functionality and dramatic appeal.
A charming new home has just been completed in Horizon and is waiting for you. With a great location, many amenities plus a $5,000 bonus, you surely will feel like you have stepped back into a slice of Americana!
The home is priced at $225,950 and features the Chelsea floorplan. The Chelsea has a private backyard, grand entryway with soaring ceilings, a gourmet kitchen with eating island, nook and walk-in pantry, a den and a Continue reading →