Stately 18th and 19th century townhomes in historic Georgetown, Alexandria, and Boston have long been among the most desirable addresses in their cities. Their diverse architecture reflects America’s eclectic heritage. Federal, Georgian, and Colonial Revival styles evolved over centuries on this Georgetown street to create an indelible sense of place.
With roots in Maryland, Virginia, and Boston, Parkwood’s team spent many afternoons strolling the townhome-lined streets of historic neighborhoods, collecting photos of especially handsome designs. Spending more time in Colorado we recognized many of the same elements in Colorado’s historic towns. This inspiration guided our architect’s initial rendering.
The Beacon Hill Collection, exclusive to Stapleton, perfectly blends timeless architecture with modern preferences like 10-foot ceilings, open floor plans, and Bosch Appliances. To take advantage of Colorado’s pleasant sunshine and mountain views, most Beacon Hill homes have incorporated comfortable outdoor living space, including our very popular rooftop decks.
Check out the gallery below for interior photos of recently built Beacon Hill Collection townhomes. As you can see, Parkwood buyers take full advantage of their ability to customize their plan and personalize their interior style. Similar to what we see in million-dollar brownstones and row homes in Georgetown, Beacon Hill, or Chelsea, our Stapleton families have gone traditional, rustic, and some even choose more contemporary/transitional looks. No matter your style, we’d be proud to build your timeless house, inspired by the best of traditional American architecture. Then, it’s up to you to choose your style and make it your home.
Parkwood Homes looks to the best of America’s traditions as we build quality new homes families can be proud of.
Come in today to stake your claim to one of a few Parkwood home sites remaining.
8212 East 49th Place
Denver, CO 80238
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