Puyallup

A vibrant Washington city that’s rich in agricultural history, this community offers a desirable quality of life, with wonderful parks, arts & culture, commerce and family-friendly events.

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Our new construction homes for sale in Puyallup, Washington are uniquely built for the way you want to live. Spacious two-story floor plans have great rooms, modern kitchens, large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms, upstairs laundry rooms, soaring 8-foot ceilings, plus dens and lofts that can be converted to a home office or gym. Every new home we build is designed to be ENERGY STAR® certified, delivering energy savings that help lower the cost of ownership and is better for the planet. 

Our new Puyallup homes are located near community parks and green space, as well as outdoor recreation at Mount Rainier National Park and Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Homeowners are conveniently close to South Hill shopping, dining and entertainment, and just minutes from the Tacoma Museum District. The community is accessible to I-5, Highway 167 and the Sounder Train for easy commutes, and less than 20 miles to Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

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Welcome to Puyallup

Puyallup is a city in Pierce County, Washington at the foot of majestic Mount Rainier in the beautiful Puget Sound region, and is conveniently located for easy commutes to Tacoma, Seattle and other cities via the popular Sounder Train. A region with a rich agricultural history, Puyallup

pays homage to its past with major events, including the Daffodil Festival and Parade, when floats are adorned with thousands of fresh-cut daffodils. Abundant opportunities for leisure and recreation include local parks with baseball and softball fields, picnic areas, walking trails, playgrounds, lakes for fishing, tennis courts, dog parks, spray parks and pavilions. Other local highlights include:

  • The Washington State Fair. This event is the largest single annual attraction in Washington and ranks among the country’s top ten largest fairs. Visitors enjoy agricultural and pastoral displays, shows, amusement rides and concerts. The 21-day Washington State Fair is in September and the four-day Washington State Spring Fair is held in April.
  • Lake Tapps. A beautiful glacier lake at the base of Mount Rainier’s foothills, guests can enjoy boating, swimming, skiing and fishing, as well as cycling, hiking and bird watching.

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