9 of 13 Homes at Fort Lawton's Montana Circle Have Sold; Four Closed
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Just days following the announcement in The Seattle Times that presales would be accepted on additional homes at Montana Circle, the sales team at Fort Lawton reports that 9 of 13 homes have found new owners. Four homes have already closed and five more are scheduled to close in the coming weeks as they are restored. Four homes remain available, including two Jenott Plans at 4410 and4412 Montana Circle, one Scheuerman Plan (the brick home) and the Kierstedt Plan (the single family home) . The Jenotts comprise 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 1,675 square feet of restored living spaces priced at $819,000 and $829,000 respectively. The Scheuerman at 4406 Montana Circle is a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home with a 8,886 sq. ft. fee simple lot and offered at $949,000. The Kierstedt at 4415 Montana Circle is a 3+ bedroom, 2.5 bathroom residence sited on a large 19,066 sq. ft. fee simple lot but has not been released for sale (reservation pending).
McMahon is confident the remaining homes at Montana Circle will be sold and substantially occupied by February 2016 when the restoration team will move their attention to the homes at Officer’s Row. These grand homes have not yet been released for sale but a model home is scheduled to be delivered by Spring 2016.
“We are already working with prospective buyers for the homes at Officer’s Row,” adds McMahon. “It’s never too early to express your interest and plan ahead, especially if you have a home to sell. Several interested parties were not in the market for a new home until they experienced Fort Lawton and now they are seriously considering the opportunity.”
In addition to restoring the homes, the construction team recently completed the amenity area for Montana Circle, which features an outdoor plaza with covered seating, a fire pit, a children’s playground and a gated pea patch for homeowners to plant their own vegetables.
Above: The newly completed amenity area includes a fire pit, covered plaza, tot lot and pea patch.