Townhomes are coming to Sterling Ranch
Dream Finders' 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, 2 car garage townhomes could start in the mid to high $300Ks
2 of the 4 Terrain townhome elevations to be built in Littleton's Ascent Village in Sterling Ranch
Here at Focus Real Estate we often hear a strong desire from our friends and clients for Sterling Ranch home options in the $350,ooo - $450,000 price range.
While Lennar occasionally has single family home Elements Collection quick move-in homes priced in the mid to low $400,000s (the Elements homes are usually 3 beds, 2.5 baths, ~2,050 sq. ft., 2 car garage; they're also one of the best new home values in Denver in my opinion), there aren't many options below $500,000 right now in Sterling Ranch.
One possible midrange-priced option coming soon to Sterling Ranch are Dream Finders Homes' new Terrain and Foothills townhomes.
The Terrain townhomes are 1,420 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. They're 2 stories and have a 2 car garage.
The Foothills townhomes are 1,459 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. They're also 2 stories and have a 2 car garage.
One of the bigger differences between the two floorplans is that you can add a gourmet kitchen, optional loft, and optional study to the Foothills floorplan. For the Terrain floorplan, you can only add a gourmet kitchen.
Dream Finders hasn't released pricing yet. That said, Dream Finders does have similar townhomes in several Front Range communities, including Castle Rock and Longmont, that start anywhere between around $330,000 to the high $300,000s. We'll have to wait to see where final pricing comes in, but it certainly seems mid to high $300,000s is where these townhomes could potentially start.
The townhomes will be located in Sterling Ranch's second neighborhood, Ascent Village (the first neighborhood is Providence Village is on the top half of the map below).
The townhomes will likely go in where the green dot is on the map:
In terms of timing, Dream Finders hasn't released dates yet but given the construction progress in Ascent, as well as the timelines other builders have for their lots in Ascent (e.g., Parkwood has already sold several lots closer to the south side of Ascent) and the fact that Dream Finders has floorplans available already, I wouldn't be surprised if these townhomes are slated for a 2020 release.
If you're interested in learning more about townhome, condo, patio home, and similar home options in Sterling Ranch, shoot me a note at Mariel@Focus-Realtors.com.
You can also check out this Roundup article where we covered a lot of what we think might be coming on the housing front in Ascent Village and other villages:
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Last but not least, keep in mind Sterling Ranch is currently under construction, and as is common with large, in-flight master developments, various aspects of the community may change over time. We'll update you on the Roundup as we learn more about townhome options in Sterling Ranch.
Mariel Ross is a realtor who specializes in helping clients budget for, design, and build their dream homes. At Focus Real Estate we've helped clients build hundreds of new homes around Denver with Lennar, Parkwood, Richmond, Wonderland, Shea, and many other builders.
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