Midtown Homes’ Boise Village Southwest hits the sweet spot


LOVELAND – Boise Village Southwest may just be the right neighborhood at the right time—at the right price. With Northern Colorado counties ranking among the top in the state for new-home permits, the housing is market coming back, and Midtown Homes is in it for the upswing.  This local developer has reinvented a Loveland community that is hitting the sweet spot in terms of pricing, layout and location.

Situated in the heart of Loveland, at East First Street and Boise Avenue, Boise Village Southwest is giving homebuyers a lot for their money. Home prices range from the $190s to the $240s and include updated twists on the popular floor plans that Midtown Homes introduced in two previous communities, including the recently sold-out, 223-home community Boise Village North, adjacent to Boise Village Southwest. “It’s the only new home community in the Loveland area to offer up to 9,500-square-foot lots with prices in the low $200s as well as fully landscaped, low-maintenance attached ranches below the $200s,” says Rollin Goering, Midtown Homes sales consultant for the community.

Part of Midtown Homes’ reimagining of the community and streetscape is combining 32 of the lots into 17 larger single-family lots, with many up to almost a quarter of an acre. The 47 planned houses in Boise Village Southwest will be a combination of single-family homes on large lots and attached ranches with smaller, low-maintenance yards. One of the developer’s bestsellers, the Snowmass attached ranch, which sold out within a few months at other communities, will also be available at Boise Village Southwest.

 Layouts for Life
Home designs at Boise Village Southwest are contemporary, featuring rich earth tones and stone and stucco exterior elements, which blend well with the modern architecture of homes already in the subdivision.

New homes, which will be ready for move-in starting in December, are comfortably sized, ranging from 1,260 to 2,195 finished square feet, while still including many important features like main-floor laundry, a kitchen pantry, walk-in shower and very few steps. “Midtown Homes has redesigned its floor plans and made them more spacious for the new buyer—to give people what they want and can’t live without,” says Wayne Lewis, Marketing Director of Midtown Homes.

Other innovative home features include:

  • Flexible spaces for a home office, dining room or hobby area
  • Interactive spaces between main living areas and the kitchen, dining and great rooms
  • Lots of natural-light elements, including raised privacy windows and bathroom/closet windows
  • Family foyer “drop zones” with cubby benches and coat hooks
  • The command center – a tucked-away pocket office for the business of life
  • Spaces designed for personalization like sculpture shelves and places for art
  • Standard vaulted or volume ceilings in the kitchen and dining and living room areas
  • Spacious walk-in pantries
  • Functional kitchen islands with sink, dishwasher and breakfast bar
  • Double-deep tandem, three-car garages

Going Places
Part of the new neighborhood’s appeal is its proximity to amenities, including downtown Loveland’s Rialto Theater, Loveland Museum and Art Gallery, and plenty of shops and restaurants. “The Boise Village Southwest community neighbors a variety of fun and diverse activities,” says Goering. “It’s within walking distance to Winona Elementary School and Winona Pool, the Loveland Public Library and the Chilson Recreation Center.”

Grand-Opening Incentives
To celebrate the grand opening of the community, Midtown Homes is offering new residents a yearlong family pass to the Chilson Recreation Center for contracts submitted by the end of the year.

For more information call,  1-970-456-4600 x101, email sales@newmidtownhomes.com, or visit newmidtownhomes.com.

Story by Jennifer Lehman, At Home Colorado, Photos by Jonathan Castner, At Home Colorado



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