Homebuyers returning to the market as the virus crisis moves past are liking the looks of suburban living, and are showing their preference by buying new lines of attainably priced homes at Reunion, near DIA.
Community master-developer Oakwood Homes is just now completing its first model homes in a new Sterling Duets series of affordably priced paired homes from the high $200s; but buyers have already taken 24 sales of those plans, well before models are available to see.
Meanwhile, Oakwood has two lines of single-family homes coming on track, also selling rapidly at Reunion. Buyers purchased another eight homes from the new Meridian Collection designs priced from the mid-to-upper $300s; along with four from the new Horizon Collection models priced in the $400s (you can preview the Horizon models now).
Nine other June purchasers opted for Oakwood’s popular Carriage House new-urban single-family designs, which have sold well at Reunion since they were introduced in 2018.
The size/value ratio of all of those homes looks good to buyers who are used to prices in urban areas like Highlands and Stapleton; however, buyers are also liking the amenities being offered at Reunion, including 52-acre Reunion Park with its coffee shop and a rec center, says Oakwood’s Ryan Delp, Regional Sales Manager.
Those attractions will become broader still as Oakwood begins opening Reunion Center on a site in the northeast area of the community, to offer an events center, ice pavilion, a baseball complex, a market and food hall, and a STEAD School—on track to welcome ninth-graders in fall of 2021.
The school is designed to employ a ‘science-focused, project-based learning format’ that offers students four career paths, and will be the only 5-day-per-week school in the 27J Schools system.
You’ll also see Buffalo Run Golf Course adjoining Reunion on its northwest side, where Richmond American Homes shows its ‘Back Nine’ single-family patio ranch designs, all with 3-car garages and added finished basement space included. They’re priced from the low $500s.
Oakwood Homes has a single luxury home near the course to see in its gated Overlook enclave. It’s a 5-bedroom/4.5 bath home with 4,389 sq. ft. of finished space, at $849,000.
And watch for TRI Pointe Homes to arrive at Reunion soon, with a single-family Crescendo series featuring alley-load garages, expected to be from the high $300s.
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