Matt proudly shows off his new kitchen. Gray skies couldn’t put a damper on Boulder Creek Life and Home’s “housewarming” barbecue this past weekend at Kingsbridge, the exciting new townhome community in Longmont’s Renaissance neighborhood.
Dozens of people toured the professionally decorated fluorescent bulbs and Energy Star appliances, chosen for model residences, competed in a scavenger hunt, and enjoyed their superior efficiency. was a no brainer.” free burgers, brats and all the fixings, courtesy of Boulder Visitors to the Florence, Milan, Venice and Tuscany Creek’s staff, who manned the grill.
Since breaking ground six months ago, Kingsbridge is well-thought-out floor plans, green-built quality and upscale already attracting the attention of home buyers who are options usually only associated with semi-custom homes. looking for this perfect mix of value, style, sustainable quality Townhomes range from 1,400 to 1,793 square feet, each and low-maintenance living. “This location in southwest with three bathrooms and either two or three bedrooms, per Longmont is ideal, with easy access to the Diagonal plan. Each home includes a private two-car attached garage. Highway, IBM and Boulder,” says Brent Patterson, sales Homeowners enjoy year-round, low-maintenance living, with manager for Kingsbridge. “It’s just minutes from major all exterior maintenance and services taken care of by the HOA. employers, retail centers and community amenities.”
New owner Matt Gortzig, who will be moving into his Florence-model home in a few weeks, says that he was impressed with the value that was available right now. “I really like what I am getting for the price, and interest rates are great. And as a single guy, I definitely appreciate the benefit of lock-and-leave living. I don’t want to be tied down with yard work and maintenance.” Kingsbridge’s location is ideal, he says, with easy access to his job in Boulder, and restaurants just down the street. “I was so disappointed with my options in Boulder that buying 10 minutes away in Kingsbridge was a no brainer.”
Gortzig reports that the process of choosing the interior finishes and fixtures was easy. “I got to pick all my finishes, truly making it my home.”
Kingsbridge townhomes are constructed to “Built Green” standards and qualify as Energy Star homes. Low-E glazed windows and loose fill fiberglass insulation make your home easy to heat and a breeze to cool. Two-by-six framing is standard instead of the two-by-fours you’ll find elsewhere, creating sturdier, deeper walls that hold more insulation and are more soundproof.
The inside environment is protected by low-VOC paints and finishes. Carpets are made of recycled materials, and are tacked down rather than glued, to help protect the quality of the air you breathe. All lighting fixtures use compact fluorescents bulbs and Energy Star appliances, chosen for their superior efficiency.
Visitors to the Florence, Milan, Venice and Tuscany townhomes were impressed with the engaging architecture, well-thought-out floor plans, green-built quality and upscale options usually only associated with semi-custom homes. Townhomes range from 1,400 to 1,793 square feet, each with three bathrooms and either two or three bedrooms, per plan. Each home includes a private two-car attached garage. Homeowners enjoy year-round, low-maintenance living, with all exterior maintenance and services taken care of by the HOA.
The Kingsbridge community is being developed by Boulder Creek Life and Home. Founded more than three decades ago, the award-winning company’s active lifestyle communities now include The Heritage at Vista Ridge in Erie, Erie Village, Blue Vista and Shadow Grass Park in Longmont.
You owe it to yourself to see Kingsbridge
Kingsbridge is located in West Longmont just off Airport Road in Boulder County. Three models are now open for your visit.
From Boulder: Head northeast on CO-119 (Diagonal Highway). Turn left (north) on Airport Road. After 1 mile turn left (west) onto Venice Lane. Look for the blue flags. The Sales Center is on the north side of Venice Lane. From Longmont: Head southwest on CO-119 (Diagonal Highway). Turn right (north) on Airport Road. After 1 mile turn left (west) onto Venice Lane.
From Denver: Head north on I-25 to Exit 240. Turn left (west) on CO-119. Head west through Longmont for 10 miles. Turn right (north) on Airport Road. After 1 mile turn left (west) onto Venice Lane.
The sales office is open Monday noon to 6 p.m.; Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Tuesday and Wednesday by appointment. For more information, call 303.502.5338.
Visit http://livekingsbridge.com to learn more about Kingsbridge Townhomes
By L.L. Charles; article courtesy of Daily Camera — At Home Section