David Weekley Homes: a western perspective at Baseline

June 30, 2020
A rendering of a row of townhomes in front of a grassy field available for rental or lease.

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.


Transitional design using blue and pops of terra-cotta to create a sophisticated yet comfortable space for an established family.
David Weekley Homes Pinnacle Collection kitchen concept.
David Weekley Homes Peaks Collection dining room concept.