“It’s always a great day when we add a new community to our family,” said Lokal Homes’ marketing coordinator Alison Tyler. “So much time and planning goes into each and every one to make sure the location, the homes and the amenities perfectly line up with what buyers want and need. I think Front Range families will discover Shadow Canyon delivers the same high quality, stylish and sustainable, value-driven homes that Lokal has become known for.”
Shadow Canyon’s grand opening celebration is set for Saturday, October 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 4800 Copeland Circle in Littleton. Brunch and refreshments will be served.
“And today, being an early bird has some pretty special perks in the form of really generous incentives for our first buyers,” said Tyler. “When you join the VIP interest list, the first eight buyers who write a contract will get $5,000 off their home’s base price. It’s a sweet deal made even sweeter.” To qualify for the incentives, buyers much choose to finance their home with the builder’s preferred lender.
Shadow Canyon will offer condominiums that range from 810 to 1,227 square feet, have one or two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms. Owners will also have the option for covered parking. A small town with big charm, Littleton has top-ranked schools, higher education and more than 2,000 diverse businesses. Shadow Canyon is just 10 minutes from Park Meadows and just 5 minutes from several golf courses and parks. The conveniently located community allows for easy access to downtown Denver and Denver International Airport.
Unveiled at the opening will be the Kate design, a two-bedroom, two-bath design with a large living room. The kitchen features granite countertops and a center island. The owner’s suite has an oversized walk-in closet and master bath with dual sinks. The home features a laundry as well as a back patio. It is priced from $299,990.
Shadow Canyon comes on the heels of the company’s growing selection of multi-family residences, ideal for first time buyers that are priced in the $200s and $300s. Tyler pointed out that because of multi-family housing’s shared walls—in addition to the upgraded insulation and windows Lokal uses—homeowners save in utilities costs. And although the homes represent an exceptional value, Tyler noted that buyers should still look forward to the industry-exceeding level of finishes and craftsmanship found in all Lokal homes. Owners can anticipate features like open kitchen and dining rooms, high-end materials, generous windows for natural light and nine-foot ceilings.
Multi-family homes have a smaller footprint, impose less strain on infrastructure and have a lesser environmental impact and many times public transportation is plentiful in urban and infill settings, so homeowners can easily access surrounding amenities.
To join the VIP list or for more information, call Hope Pexton at 720-656-4512.