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Local builder premiers semi-custom new homes in Kent

Homes at Malik Ridge come standard with many sought-after design details including white-painted millwork, crown molding in the dining room and den, granite slab kitchen countertops with undermount sink, full-height tile kitchen backsplash, stainless steel appliances, designer paint colors, hardwood flooring, a fully tiled master bathroom and more. - Courtesy photo
Homes at Malik Ridge come standard with many sought-after design details including white-painted millwork, crown molding in the dining room and den, granite slab kitchen countertops with undermount sink, full-height tile kitchen backsplash, stainless steel appliances, designer paint colors, hardwood flooring, a fully tiled master bathroom and more.
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For the Reporter

JK Monarch, builder of new homes in Kent and other Puget Sound area communities, invites local neighbors, home buyers and real estate brokers to the grand opening of their newest community, Malik Ridge, in Kent.

Malik Ridge is open from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 27126 133rd Place SE.

The model home is fully complete and ready for touring, and the first five homes have been released for pre-sale, allowing buyers the opportunity for custom upgrades.

Malik Ridge is a new community of 11 homes nestled on a private road off Kent-Kangley, just one mile west of Lake Meridian Park.

Five two-story home plans are available, ranging from four to six bedrooms plus extra space such as bonus room, den or study. Homes feature great-room style living on the main level, with spacious living rooms that open to a generous kitchen and work island, plus both formal and informal dining.

Most homes have a two-car garage, and the 3,164-square-foot Stanley plan has a three-car garage as well as a main-floor master suite. Square footages range from 3,045 to 3,230 with prices starting in the mid-$400s.

For more information, visit www.jkmonarch.com.

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