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Articles > The new must-have in Denver Townhomes
published on 2017-02-01
Vertical living is on the rise in the Mile-High City. With a steady flow of new townhomes steadily cropping up in the Denver area, the time has never been better to opt for the low maintenance, multi-level lifestyle. The bells and whistles you can find in new construction has never been greater either. In addition to traditional two-story floor plans, a large number of new generation units contain three and four spacious levels filled with a plethora of upscale interior features.
But one of the hottest, must-haves in new townhomes isn’t on the inside. To the contrary, Denver builders are attracting buyers’ attention by building townhomes with rooftop decks, which can range in size from the entire upper floor of a townhome to partial rooftops accessed by adjoining internal space. Either way, a rooftop deck is a premier feature with boundless living potential. Here are some reasons to love rooftop decks:
More Space than a Patio
Between private yards, patios and balconies, outdoor space has always been a required townhome feature that duplicates the look and feel of a house. But with the rise of rooftop decks, the outdoor canvas opens up. In the spirit of “the more outdoor space, the better”, townhomes like those at Champa Place offer sprawling rooftop decks as well as patios and multiple balconies.
A New Flex Space
Whether you’re enjoying a sunrise while sipping your morning coffee, ending your day with a nightcap under the stars or simply relaxing with a good book or sunning, you’ll find multiple ways to utilize your outside flex space. Your rooftop deck is essentially a blank canvas that you can transform into anything that fits your lifestyle.
Some people use the space for a casual outdoor sitting, grilling and dining area. Yet others make a full-blown splash by designing alfresco entertainment space that includes an outdoor kitchen as well as dining, seating and bar furniture needed to accommodate rooftop gatherings.
Still other townhome owners are going a step further and adding a hot tub to the mix – provided it meets specified weight limits. Elati 22 Townhomes have engineered rooftop decks for hot tub installation along with providing water and gas hookups. You just purchase the hot tub and voila.
A Better View
From sparkling cityscapes to the natural beauty of the serene mountain range, sunrises and sunsets, spectacular panoramic views are a huge advantage of Denver townhomes with rooftop decks. In addition to the elevated vantage point of roofs, which significantly enhances depth and dimension, vistas aren’t obstructed by fences like those on private patios. Though roof parapet walls are required for security, most are in the 42-inch range. For privacy reasons, however, walls are higher in a handful of communities.
18th and Julian – a new boutique community in Sloan Lake – is a prime example of stunning views. Its rooftop is accessed off the third floor loft, and views include breathtaking Rocky Mountain sunsets, the glittering Downtown skyline and game lights at Mile-High Stadium. Views at Mayfair Row – located in East Denver – show a different picturesque perspective of the city. Whether you’re entertaining or enjoying solitude, nothing sets the mood more than amazing views as a backdrop.
Check out the communities below that have rooftop decks and our more New Condos in Denver Category.
Category New Condos in Denver Category Denver Townhomes Community ELATI 22 TOWNHOMES Community 18TH AND JULIAN TOWNHOMES Community CHAMPA PLACE Community MAYFAIR ROW Community ART DISTRICT ROWHOMES
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If you're looking for a modern, new "smart" townhome, northwest of downtown Denver, be sure to check out the 18th and Julian Townhomes in Sloan Lake. This boutique community of six units was completed in 2016, and is close to the Rocky Mountain foothills and a 177 acre, spring-fed lake and park. Walk to recreation and the newly redeveloped St. Anthony's restaurants and entertainment. This complex is also just minutes from downtown.
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Enjoy a fresh modern townhome in East Denver's historic Mayfair neighborhood with a spacious unit at Mayfair Row. This mature area, known for Victorian, Tudor and mid-century modern suburban homes is rapidly undergoing renovation and renewal and becoming one of the city's best-kept secrets. It's close to Cherry Creek and downtown but without the crowding and parking problems.
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Embrace the artsy urban vibe at Art District Rowhomes. From chic contemporary architecture to sweeping interior designs, these three-story townhomes are works of art all their own. Two and three-bedroom floorplans - ranging from 1,454 to 1,853 square feet - include open living areas, warm hardwoods, cozy gas fireplaces, floor-to-ceiling glass and gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and an island breakfast bar. Aside from a second floor balcony, your private ...
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Last Updated: 2017-03-25 12:11:48