Talus Housing Market & Home Prices
When complete, Talus is planned to have approximately 1700 homes. As of early 2013, over 400 homes remain to be built. Presently, 1200 single family homes, townhomes and condos are spread throughout nine subdivisions within Talus. With a mixture of single-family homes, condominiums and townhomes, Talus has a wide range of home prices. Condominiums and townhomes are typically priced starting in the mid $400's, while single-family homes start in the mid $500's and rise quickly in the mid $700's and over.
Talus Neighborhood Highlights:
- Easy commute to Downtown Seattle via I90
- Award-winning Issaquah School District
- Timber Ridge Retriement Community
- Access to the Cougar and Squak Mountain wilderness areas
- Homes & townhomes in many different price ranges
- Easy access to Issaquah services and shopping
- Mountain and valley views
At present, there are six subdivisions with single-family homes in Talus, as new home construction continues.
- The Bridges at Talus - 104 homes built by The Burnsteads
- Aliante at Talus - 75 homes built by Conner Homes
- MountainAire at Talus - 72 homes built by Intracorp
- Wilderness Peak at Talus - Builders include Boitano, Burnstead, and Kirkland
- Trearis at Talus - Homes built by Lozier, Conner Homes & Kirkland Builders
- Hawksridge at Talus - 45 homes built by Rick & Steve Burnstead
Talus Condominiums & Townhomes
At present there are three condo and townhome communities in Talus, with additional townhomes planned for the future. These include Centerra at Talus, Copper Ridge, and Ascent at Talus.
Talus Community Achievements
Gold Nugget Award: This award was in recognition of creative achievements in architectural design and land use planning for residential and commercial. The award was the Gold Nugget "Merit Award" for Best Master-Planned Community in the 100+ acres category from the National Association of Home Builders.
New Directions in Conservation Award: Presented by the Cascade Land Conservancy, sponsored by the Master Builders Association of King and Sammamish Counties, 2003.
Vision 2020 Award: Presented by the Puget Sound Regional Council, 2003. Talus received one of eight awards for engaging the City of Issaquah, local community and environmental groups in planning the Talus development from the start of construction.
Innovative Conservation Project Award: Presented by the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust, 2002. In recognition of Talus' donation of over 400-acres of permanent public forestland to the City of Issaquah.