Providence Point Community
The Providence Point Community is composed of seven distinctive villages offering different architectural styles and character. Many social activities are centered on the villages, fostering an active community life among friendly neighbors. Common to all of them, however, is the beautiful landscaping, miles of walking trails, and easy access to all community amenities.
This 55+ community developed between 1984 to 2004 and has 1,008 condominium units. Homes range in size from approximately 800 to over 1,700 square feet of living space which offers two or three bedrooms, one to three bathrooms, and typically an attached one or two-car garage. Residents love their homes and often boast about the oversized kitchens, vaulted ceilings, private outdoor spaces, dens, and open floor plans. Plentiful sunlight and common areas are perfect for entertaining new neighbors and longtime friends. Homeowners will also be delighted to know that the homeowners' association fee includes exterior home maintenance, garbage, sewer, security, cable, and landscaping, giving residents more time to enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle that suits their wants and needs.
Located on the border of Sammamish and Issaquah, Washington, the Providence Point community is near everyday conveniences like Lowe’s, Fred Meyer, Target, Costco, and several restaurants. Two movie theaters are also nearby for catching a matinee. Interstate-90 is easy to get to and for farther travel the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is approximately 30 miles away. For healthcare needs, the Swedish Hospital is just five miles away.
Issaquah’s historic downtown district makes a great destination for an afternoon of shopping, dining, or theater going. The area also hosts exciting events like an annual art walk, wine walk, and holiday parties. Head to Seattle on the Providence Point community bus to see big city entertainment such as baseball, concerts, plays and museums. Issaquah is a perfect town for the outdoor enthusiast. Just minutes from the community, residents can explore Lake Sammamish, Squak Mountain State Park Natural Area, and Tiger Mountain State Forest.
Providence Point community residents can enjoy a lifestyle that is as active or as relaxed as they choose. The community offers many common facilities, including an indoor swimming pool and spa, a well-equipped fitness center, a clubhouse with full kitchen facilities, a tennis court, putting green, billiards room, library, and Town Hall. If gardening is your passion, then you will be pleasantly surprised to know there is a Pea Patch. The on-site educational facility, called “Communiversity”, offers a wide range of classes from arts and crafts classes to science, history, religion, genealogy, language, nature, and other classes. Regularly scheduled yoga, Zumba, and water exercise classes can help make it fun to stay in shape. For the outdoors enthusiasts, Providence Point keeps well-maintained walking trails where nature lovers can enjoy a peaceful walk and spot some of the wildlife residing in forested areas of this community.
One’s social lifestyle can be filled easily with constant community planned events and groups. Homeowners can participate in clubs that ranging from quilters, drama, art, books, and food and wine society, potlucks, holiday parties, happy hours, and barbecues. Providence Point also hosts wine tastings, book and art sales, and concerts for residents to enjoy.