Despite the chilly temps, many soon-to-be neighbors turned out at Checker Square Park, Saturday, to meet one another and enjoy some fall fun. Children dressed in Halloween costumes, danced, blew bubbles, and christened Baseline’s new wooden playground. Kingcomos Quesadillas made sure everyone was well fed. Even canines enjoyed Halloween bags of treats. The day wrapped up with a costume contest, four winners walked away with jack-o-lantern buckets full of goodies. And everyone took home pumpkins. But, the best part of the day, Broomfield FISH received 602 lbs. of donations. All-in-all it was a great beginning for Baseline, opening the door for more events – and opportunities for neighbors to connect – in warmer months.
This is not a tall tale but rather a tale of a tall townhome. Because this townhome has three delightful stories we can’t wait to tell you about.
Meritage Homes is bringing a brand-new townhome collection to Baseline’s West Village, available in three distinct floorplans, all of which are available with an optional sunset-enhancing, stargazer-friendly rooftop deck.
But let’s start at the bottom, the first story. Down on floor one it’s a little cooler and quieter, so the plan provides either a secluded guest retreat or the perfect home office, where you can really get away and get some work done.
Then, there’s the second story. Which is the main living space with a big open-concept layout that includes the kitchen, dining and great room to make entertaining a breeze. Speaking of breezes, there’s also a balcony so you can step outside for a breath of fresh air or to enjoy your morning coffee.
Just upstairs, the third story is where you’ll find the bedrooms, plenty of closet space, and a convenient laundry room. Add a rooftop deck and you’ve got the icing on the proverbial layer cake, where you can take in Rocky Mountain views that come only with a townhome this tall.
Yet for such towering townhomes the utilities trend terribly tiny. Homebuilder Meritage Homes has earned the EPA’s Energy Star® Partner of the Year Award for energy-efficient homebuilding for seven years running.
These three-to-four bedroom, three-and-a-half bath homes include an attached two-car garage, range from 1,858 to 2,181 square feet, and start in the low $400s. And they are available exclusively at Baseline.
You can’t live in Colorado without developing an appreciation for the great outdoors and the climate that keeps everyone just a little healthier and happier than in the other 49 states.
Colorado-born Thrive Home Builders has been part of the local building scene for a couple decades now, and it’s no surprise this is a company that holds the environment (and the lifestyle that comes with it) in high regard. Which is why you can expect every home new Thrive builds to be next-level energy efficient. And designed to take full advantage of the centennial state’s quality of life.
Case in point: The DoMore Rows, a collection of two-to-three bedroom, two-and-a-half bath rowhomes in Baseline that live differently. Thrive Home Builders call them DoMore Rows because they are designed to do precisely that, more.
The first level of each three-story home comes with a flex space that can be anything you want that enhances your Colorado lifestyle … a gym, artist studio, cycle & ski workshop, home office, entertaining space … let your imagination run wild. And imagine this, the space is equipped with a garage door to quickly make it open-air. You’ll find more indoor-outdoor living with a second-floor balcony. Perfect for a morning coffee or happy hour IPA … proving these homes are Colorado-ready in every way.
Did we mention the DoMore Rows are uber energy efficient? Solar-powered, LEED-certified, airPlus qualified and NetZero ready, these homes are built to keep you and the planet healthy. Saving the environment (and utility money) comes standard with Thrive.
The new homes are nicely sized from 1,100 to 1,619 square feet (the smaller plans have a generous one-car garage, the larger floorplans come with an oversized two-car garage) and nicely priced starting in the high $300s.
In other words, DoMore Rows by Thrive Home Builders are made in Colorado, for Colorado by a Colorado company.
This rendering is preliminary and subject to change.
In Colorado, the Rockies are directional. In the greater metro area, if you see the purple mountains majesty you know you’re looking west. Based on which peak is hovering above fruited plains you can even find roughly where you are along the Front Range.
At Baseline, David Weekley Homes is introducing two new single-family home collections – The Peaks and The Pinnacle – that celebrate the Colorado lifestyle in several ways.
For instance, a mix of indoor-outdoor spaces take advantage of the centennial state’s mild climate. Especially the optional third floor with rooftop deck, available within plans in The Pinnacle Collection, which takes this concept to new heights (literally), providing beautiful views of Long’s Peak and the Flatirons. Sunsets will become the best part of the day, whether you’re hosting happy hour get togethers or just taking in the tangerine skies with your significant other.
Then, there’s extra space in the attached two-car garage to stow your outdoor gear and mountain bikes. Because, in Colorado, home is simply the basecamp for your next adventure.
Finally, these 3–5 bed, 2.5–3.5 bath, 1,800–2,700-square-foot homes, designed exclusively for Baseline, come with the option of a first-floor owner’s retreat. So when you get home from bagging a fourteener, you won’t have any more climbing to do.
David Weekley’s new model homes will be open for tours in October but you can take a virtual look now. With homes starting in the mid $400s.
Creating a new kind of community – pollinator-friendly, sustainably designed, connected to things to do and places to go via a network of trails – is a huge undertaking. Before Baseline can be built out, a lot gets built in. We’re happy to say, amazing progress is being made.
At this stage of construction (and as of the writing of this blog in May, 2020) roadways and alleyways have made their way through West Village, forming the grid that will become Baseline’s first residential enclave. Gas and electrical lines are being installed, bringing power to the people. The landscape – and future home to pollinators – along Sheridan Boulevard is taking shape, and soon stoplights on this stretch of road will be operational, too. Directional signs are beginning to point the way to model homes (which will be opening very soon). And Baseline’s artful entry monument, the future beacon of new ways to live, work and play in Broomfield, is in full-on fabrication.
In other words, these are exciting times at Baseline.