The Latest on Parkwood’s New Beacon Hill Collection of Townhomes
After many years of success building townhomes in Maryland, Parkwood Homes is bringing Georgetown-inspired attached homes to Colorado with the Beacon Hill Collection.
Eight initial homes were released for sale on Stapleton’s 33rd Avenue, in a prime location facing Central Park. That initial offering was sold out almost immediately, and Parkwood is now selling the same townhomes in similarly desirable locations in Conservatory Green, Stapleton’s newest neighborhood.
Parkwood’s model townhome is slated to open in early 2014, but the first building of four homes facing Central Park is well underway and should be completed by the end of this year.
Check out these photos, taken during our initial planning stages in Old Town Alexandria. We were looking for a way to incorporate a main floor master suite into our townhome block, and these two unique townhomes gave us the inspiration we needed to pull it off.
The resulting Rockport unit, second from the right, below, features a master suite with a private front porch and room for a garden in front, with the rest of the living area in the larger, adjoining unit to the left. Both homes are built with matching brick and dormer windows to pull them together architecturally. It’s certainly unique, and we weren’t sure how it would be received in Colorado. But so far the Rockport has been our most popular plan in The Beacon Hill Collection.
Our construction team hit some delays this spring with all the snow, just as we were getting ready to dig foundations. But we’re now back on track, and our first building of four townhomes should be completed by the end of this year.
Here’s a photo of the site in mid-August.
The siding is largely complete, and the roof shingles, brick, and drywall are coming soon. Come in and talk to Heather and Dede at our Asheville sales office if you’d like more information. And get your name on the list for a “dusty boots” tour of the site early this fall. Several prime lots remain along Valencia Green in Stapleton’s newest neighborhood, Conservatory Green.