A unique pocket of Issaquah Highlands, Dahlia Park was designed to emulate many of Seattle’s older neighborhoods with its array of traditional architecture styles and materials. The neighborhood is set apart from the rest of the community and surrounded by green belts with trails connecting to the town center. At its heart is a terraced communal park bordered by homes, all alley loaded with generous front porches.
Continuing the quest for intimate private space among a high density community, most of the homes have a garden room and a central courtyard. This gives the owner private outdoor space, and opens up the traditional floor plan allowing for extra windows and added light penetration. All the homes have ground floor master bedrooms, to better accommodate the changing lifestyle of its residents.
Issaquah gets 100 new homes in Dahlia Park
Daily Journal of Commerce
August 8, 2005