Koelbel Urban Homes
has started pre-sales of The Vine Rowhomes
in central Denver's Wyman Historic District.
Located at Vine Street and 14th Avenue, Vine's 14 row homes will be in three separate buildings and stand three stories tall, with the top-floor lofts opening onto rooftop decks. Each building will feature a brick exterior, decorative cornices and a front porch for watching the city go by.
"This project is truly at the epicenter of the best of everything Denver has to offer, as it is situated between two of the city's most famous parks -- Cheesman and Congress Park," says Carl Koelbel, vice president of Koelbel and Company, the parent company of Koelbel Urban Homes. "The homes offer a modern design aesthetic while maintaining the historical integrity of the Wyman Historic District."
Flowing floor plans on the main level allow for generous living rooms, dining space and gourmet kitchens punctuated by central islands. The second floor houses at least two bedroom suites and a laundry room. Full, unfinished basements are standard and ideal for a family rec room and additional bedroom suite. Intimate courtyards connect homes to detached garages with alley access.
"We are always looking for urban infill projects that are going to improve upon Denver's already great neighborhoods and embrace their individual history and identity," says Peter Benson, senior vice president Koelbel and Company. "With its modern interpretation of 1880s architecture, Vine slips right into the classic feel of the Wyman Historic District, one of central Denver's oldest neighborhoods."
Prices for Vine start in the $600,000s. Three floor plans, ranging from about 2,000 to 2,400 square feet, are available.
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