Local Partnerships Solidified for Sloans Lake Townhome Project

Local architect, Scott Adams Architect, and local general contractor, DIRC Homes, announce Tennyson Row, a seven-unit contemporary townhome project near Sloan’s Lake in Lakewood.

“We are excited to bring these townhomes to the market. We look forward to seeing these homes come to life with ample private outdoor space at an affordable price,” said Randy Henckel, president of DIRC Homes. “Not only are the backyards in a league of their own, but the rooftop decks will have fantastic entertainment space and outstanding mountain views.”

The project is located just north of Lakewood Dry Gulch, walkable to Sloan’s Lake and Edgewater. Residents will find the Perry Station and Sheridan Station just blocks away, providing easy access to Union Station in just five stops. Lakewood Dry Gulch is right across the street, with ample green space to enjoy, along with easy access to countless bike and walking trails in the Denver area. These low-maintenance homes feature contemporary finishes, rooftop decks, and spacious private backyards. Tennyson Row is anticipated to be completed in August 2021.

“I’m really excited to list these beautiful brownstones. Unlike slothomes, these have real backyards to give each owner a bit more space to garden, play with their dog, or even just hang out on a perfect Denver day,” adds Jeff Plous, broker owner at Hatch Realty, “Living this close to all the new shops and restaurants at Sloan’s Lake while still being walking distance to multiple light rail stations are also huge benefits to living here. No one else is really building anything quite like these and I can’t wait to see these homes take shape.”

Scott Adams Architect designed seven townhomes boasting two bedrooms, two bathrooms and 1,560 square feet. “The Tennyson project offers residents the private location in the most livable space. Clean lines, entertaining spaces, and the convenient location will provide everything buyers are looking for.” said Scott Adams, owner Scott Adams Architect.

Image courtesy of Scott Adams Architect

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