NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE WEEK: Always room for new homes in central Post Falls

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  • Photos by TYLER WILSON In addition to convenience, centrally-located neighborhoods in Post Falls deliver great mountain views.

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    An open field area near a new pocket neighborhood in central Post Falls.

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    A few new construction homes are under construction in pocket neighborhoods around central Post Falls.

  • Photos by TYLER WILSON In addition to convenience, centrally-located neighborhoods in Post Falls deliver great mountain views.

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    An open field area near a new pocket neighborhood in central Post Falls.

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    A few new construction homes are under construction in pocket neighborhoods around central Post Falls.

Just when you think it’s full, a few more new homes pop up in Post Falls.

One brand-new neighborhood boasts 11 new lots located on Mariah Drive, just off Yellowstone Avenue. The development, which you can find just west of Syringa Street and about a block north of east Horsehaven Avenue, is a prime piece of centrally-located Post Falls. The new homes line into a cul-de-sac, and a nearby park area is within walking distance.

Blue Ribbon Builders will be juicing the properties with included premium features at affordable price points, said Collin Kelley, of Tomlinson Sotheby’s International Realty, who represents Blue Ribbon in the development.

“They’re very competitive considering you get all these upgrades,” Kelley said. “There are a lot of really nice features up front.”

Home features include HardiePlank siding, higher quality floors, alder cabinets, select quartz standards and much more.

Blue Ribbon is led by Rod Hollen, an acclaimed home builder known for his “Street of Dreams” work in Liberty Lake’s Legacy Ridge. Kelley said Rod’s quality craftsmanship will be felt in the new Post Falls neighborhood while still remaining affordable.

Two spec homes are in the process of construction, both three-bedroom, two-bathroom homes with masters separated from the other two bedrooms. The 1,668-square-foot home is currently listed at $305,000. The second, a 1,540-square-foot home, will soon be listed around $292,000.

Floorplan options for the neighborhood include ranchers and multi-story designs. You can contact Collin Kelley at 208-597-3700 for more details on everything that’s available.

The neighborhood also comes with a big advantage for many buyers — no CC&Rs are planned for the development, a rarity for new construction.

As for existing properties in the area around Yellowstone Avenue, only a few homes are on the active market. A three-bedroom home built in 1995 with more than 1,300 square feet and on a cul-de-sac in the Singing Hills neighborhood was just listed for $249,900. A few blocks west, a 1970s built home with four bedrooms and more than 2,100 square feet is priced at $272,000. Head a little north past Poleline Avenue and you’ll find some more active listings near Syringa Park.

For more information on the new construction in the area, contact Collin Kelley at the number listed above or reach him on his website — the easiest way is to search “Collin Kelley Sotheby’s” on Google.

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Let us know about standout neighborhoods and developments that we may feature in an upcoming Neighborhood of the Week. Contact Tyler Wilson at twilson@cdapress.com.

Real Estate Agents, take advantage of Neighborhood of the Week by sending in your suggestions for featured areas, including sites outside the normal confines of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Hayden.

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