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The private side of Suncadia

A river runs beside it — the Cle Elum River, to be exact. And once you cross the bridge into Tumble Creek, you’ll discover a whole new side to Suncadia. A new flow to your day. More private, but more social too. With golf made extraordinary by nature and the residents alone who share it. Tumble Creek is about kids making friends for life. Neighbors you love to travel with. Bourbon, s’mores and camp chairs under the stars. And sharing all your favorite Suncadia adventures, from mountain biking and ice skating to honey rose sugar scrubs and Wagyu brisket.

Come find your together at Tumble Creek,
just 1.5 HOURS east of Seattle
in the Cascade Mountain resort community of Suncadia

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Carefully sited for privacy on thousands of forested acres and featuring panoramic Cascade views, Tumble Creek offers families a choice of portfolio and custom homes, as well as homesites.

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Tumble Creek residents enjoy all of Suncadia’s resort amenities, as well as our private sections of trails and the Cle Elum River. (Look out, trout.) Tumble Creek Club members access additional private amenities, including golf on Tumble Creek’s award-winning Tom Doak-designed course. Tumble Creek Club membership also includes Suncadia Club membership privileges.

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The Cascades are a vast playground for outdoor recreation. Sunny days, natural wonders and the charming nearby towns of Roslyn and Cle Elum make Tumble Creek the perfect four-season base camp.

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Featured properties

All the nature, all around you

Just 80 miles from Seattle, Tumble Creek feels a world away from the crowds and traffic. As a resident, you’ll be free to explore all of Suncadia’s densely wooded 6,400 acres (by the way, 80% of the land will remain forever protected). Living here, surrounded by old growth forests, clear streams and lakes, and miles of paved and natural paths, you’ll feel as if there’s a national park in your backyard.

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“Families tell me they’ve never seen a place that took their breath away like Tumble Creek. For many, from the moment they set foot on this incredible mountain property they feel the desire to make it their home.”
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The Great House and
The Hill House

Swim. Bowl. Dine. And above all, gather. Let’s start with The Great House, the heart of Tumble Creek, brimming with good energy and memory-making fun. Overlooking our signature golf course (pale ale on the patio, anyone?), The Great House is where generations meet for pinball and ice cream, arts and crafts and exquisite dining. The Hill House Swim & Fitness Club is a neighborly HQ for pool parties, tennis games, yoga and more. For the (only slightly) more adventurous, there’s high-thread count glamping at our very own Sassy Mountain Outpost — as in, well-appointed canvas tents with comfy, king-size beds.

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Designed by nature (with assistance from Tom Doak)

The fairway is calling. Famed golf course architect Tom Doak has created nothing short of a golfing masterpiece at Tumble Creek—
18 stunning holes that have been carefully sculpted into the landscape to preserve the natural undulations and scenic wonders that make this setting so special. Golfers of all skill levels will find their level of challenge with every round. Best of all, this course is private, with exclusive play privileges for members and their guests.


The neighborhoods OF Tumble Creek

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Domerie Park

Our newest neighborhood within Tumble Creek is ideally located in a historic meadow under the iconic Easton Ridge adjacent to Paintbrush Lakes. These homesites are some of our finest, ranging from .5 to 1 acre. Domerie Park backs up to the wildlife corridor conservation area, within an easy stroll of the Cle Elum River.

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Paintbrush Lakes

Named for a chain of clear blue ponds perfect for paddleboarding, fishing and waterside picnics, this neighborhood offers homesites as impressive as the landscape. Only a few sites remain though, so now is the time to claim yours.

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The Cabins at
Tumble Creek

Rustic meets refined in these cabins ranging from 2,990 to 4,283 sq ft. Poised on the 10th and 11th fairways of our award-winning golf course, The Cabins are just a short walk away from the daily happenings at The Great House.

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More than a few
points of interest

Of course, the best way to explore Tumble Creek is to come walk its trails, breathe our crisp mountain air and take in the dramatic elevations, star-filled skies and expansive homesites. But until then, let this interactive map preview the good life that’s waiting for you on the private side of Suncadia.

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The Great House

Our signature amenity, the rustically refined and multi-dimensional Great House, overlooks the Tom Doak Golf Course and is centrally located for residents.

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The Hill House

Residents play hard at this state-of-the-art fitness, tennis, and aquatic center that directly connects to 26 miles of paved paths and an extensive trail system.

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The Golf house

Pop into the golf shop before your game and return to celebrate (or commiserate) afterward at the bar and grill. The sunny patio overlooks the 18th hole and mountains.

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Nestled between Tumble Creek and the 1,200-acre Suncadia Conservancy, this private mountain setting conjures up memories of childhood: singing songs by the campfire, catching fireflies on warm summer nights, and sleeping under the glow of constellations.

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Inspired by Washington’s sparkling mountain glacial lakes and named after the stunning Indian Paintbrush wildflower, Paintbrush Lakes is a favorite choice for those who love the serenity and activity of lakeside living.

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Domerie Park

Situated in a lush meadow under the iconic Easton Ridge—adjacent to Paintbrush Lakes and cradled by old-growth hardwood and Ponderosa pines—these luxury homesites are some of the finest in all of Tumble Creek.

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