Spring Hollow NorthTrafton Floor Plan
The Trafton floor plan is a spacious and functional home, offering 2410 sq. ft. of living space across two stories. The main floor features a two-car garage and a welcoming entrance foyer that leads to an open-concept living area including a kitchen, living room, nook, and dining room. A powder room offers convenience for guests. The upper floor includes a primary bedroom with a walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom with double sinks, providing a private and relaxing space. Three additional bedrooms share a half bathroom, offering ample space for a variety of uses. The upper floor also includes a utility room and a bonus space, perfect for work or recreation. With functional design and ample space, the Trafton 2 floor plan is perfect for those looking for a comfortable and welcoming home with plenty of room for entertaining, hobbies, or work.
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- 0.8 miles to The Ridge Activity Center
- 2.1 miles to Fred Meyer Grocery Store
- 2.3 miles to Mayuri Foods Grocery Store
- 2.9 miles to Elevated Sportz Trampoline Park
- 4.3 miles to Mill Creek Town Center
- 4.5 miles to Costco Wholesale
- 6.0 miles to Whole Foods Market
- 6.0 miles to Bothell Town Center
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