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September 20, 2019

New clubhouse breaks ground at Suncadia

Artist rendering by Hart Howarton [enlarge]
The clubhouse will include dining and entertainment spaces that spill out onto patios and verandas.

Construction is underway on a clubhouse called the Great House at Tumble Creek in the Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum.

The clubhouse is part of the Tumble Creek private gated community in the 6,400-acre Suncadia in the Cascade Mountains.

The clubhouse was designed by architectural firm Hart Howerton from San Francisco, and is expected to be complete in December of 2020, Suncadia said in press materials.

Intended to be the central hub of Tumble Creek, the clubhouse will include dining and entertainment spaces that spill out onto patios and verandas. There will also be a floor for family activities such as bowling tournaments, crafts, arcade games, movie nights and an ice cream parlor.

Members of the Tumble Creek Club can use the Great House and the existing Golf House and Hill House — the club's fitness, tennis and aquatic complex, which are all designed to resemble a homestead with a collection of buildings.

Tumble Creek is about 80 miles from Seattle. Its resort amenities, home sites and luxury homes are set amid 2,600 acres of woodlands, meadows and streams. So far, about 150 homes have been built in what is expected to be a 450-home community. New home sites will be released Oct. 12, including the last golf course home sites in the community, according to Suncadia.




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