Standard Pacific Homes of Colorado has just announced their grand opening of Heirloom in North Douglas County, CO., a new showcase of single family home designs. A new village amid Colorado outdoor activities promises community and cutting edge design.
The company, founded and headquartered in Orange County, Calif., has been focused on family home construction since 1965. This latest development, just 10 minutes from the Denver Tech Center, come in an array of styles including; Cottage, Bungalow, Craftsman, Mountain Ranch and Prairie. Colorado President of Standard Homes, Craig Campbell, offered this comment about the grand opening:
“Heirloom is a special community designed for generations to come. With impressive architectural details and a close-knit neighborhood atmosphere, it nurtures an enduring sense of community that families will enjoy.”
The opening event will feature culinary and seasonal food tasting. Located in North Douglas County, Colorado, the new homes range in area from between 2,327 to 3,554 square-feet according to the news from Standard Pacific. Prices for the six bedroom homes begin at just over $300,000. Those interested can see the neighborhood and get more info here, but for even more information, please contact:
Director of Communications Standard Pacific Homes