Coming summer 2017 are 84 new contemporary homes in the Rainier Park community in Kent! Ranging in size from 1,700-2,700 square feet, these homes will feature Ichijo’s quality finishes that home buyers have come to love such as piano finish cabinetry with pull-down shelving, organizers, soft-close, trash/recycle bins, under cabinet lighting and more as well as sleek interior doors with magnetic door stops, architectural grade dual sliding windows, and more! Floor plans are coming soon so check back for updates. Pricing is estimated to be from the mid $400’s into the $500’s.
Rainier Park is at the corner of 124th Ave SE and SE 248th street in Kent. From Kent Kangley, go north on 124th Ave SE and the community will be on the left.
Our custom-made cabinets aren’t just beautiful on the outside. Each one includes efficient organizers to keep everything in view when you need it, and make it disappear when you don’t. Included in all Ichijo homes are adjustable tray dividers, knife holders, spice racks, trash/recycling wagons, under cabinet lighting & earthquake safety lock cabinet door hardware.
All of our homes come with Ichijo’s own high quality piano finish cabinetry with full extension soft-close and BLUM hardware as well as cabinet pulls on all cabinets and drawers. Our pull-down shelves eliminate the need for a step stool to reach the top-shelf.
Double Slide Windows
Ichijo’s own architectural grade co-extruded PVC sliding windows and patio doors are equipped with screens. Both sides of our sliding windows and patio doors are operable, providing excellent natural air flow and easy glass cleaning inside and out.
Magnetic Door Stop
It may seem like a small detail, but our magnetic doorstops are always there to offer a helping hand. These low-profile assistants conceal themselves in the floor when not in use, but they are always ready to help in a snap.
The Nest learning thermostat monitors your home, even when you’re away, making sure you maximize comfort and energy savings.
Quartz countertops not only look beautiful, they are durable and less porous than other materials. This allows them to stay cleaner, makes them more stain-resistant and forgiving against chips and cracks. Essentially, they can handle whatever life throws at them.