Trilogy’s Seven Summits Lodge Defines Luxury

Shea Homes Trilogy

With Mt. Rainier soaring majestically in the distance, The Seven Summits Lodge at Trilogy pairs the rustic ambiance of an alpine lodge with the upscale sophistication of a resort. Gleaming wooden beams adorn the ceilings while contemporary lines and artistic design elements complete the modern yet cozy look of this architectural masterpiece. Brimming with high-end amenities, the lodge sits amidst a quintessentially Pacific Northwest setting of towering evergreens, immaculate native landscaping, and boasts a tranquil waterfront view.

Nestled within the master-planned community of Tehaleh, The Seven Summits Lodge is a luxurious addition to Shea’s stunning 55+ Trilogy community and brings the mountain resort getaway to resident’s own backyards. As the central hub for a multitude of social, and physical activities, this is where active adults can gather together and relax, channel their creativity, and pursue fitness goals. Inside the lodge, floor to ceiling windows showcases serene views of the surrounding trees along with expansive doors that lead to an intimate outdoor living space featuring a comfortable seating area, and an ambient fireplace as the centerpiece.

Trilogy communities are known for exceptional amenities, and The Seven Summits Lodge is no exception. The master of the two in one – Flow Body and Mind transforms from group fitness classroom to artist studio, and Two Tides aquatic/multi-purpose room can go from meeting or event space to where residents can swim their morning laps. The Hawk’s Nest dials up the sports-bar scene with a billiard table, flat screen TV’s, and also features a high-tech golf simulator. After working up an appetite, members can savor regional dining at the Mantel restaurant, or sharpen their culinary savvy at Hudson’s Culinary Expedition demo kitchen also available to host private parties.

The city of Bonney Lake, located about 40 miles from Seattle, and 20 miles east of Tacoma, has seen a surge in growth as Tehaleh’s master plan unravels, and the goal of creating a 4,700-acre haven continues to unfold. While the reflective waters of Lake Tapps and Bonney Lake still feel worlds away from civilization, the town itself has nudged its way from being a rural mountain destination to becoming a burgeoning residential charmer. Home to big box stores, a variety of dining options, and a steadily growing job market, it’s no wonder Trilogy’s residents have said even if they made it big, they’d never think of leaving this town.

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