This New York Times-featured townhome is the poster child of sustainability, ingenuity and oh so swoon-worthy upscale design. “A” is part of a three-home communal habitation concept and happens to be the largest of the triad. A collaboration between Arch11 and industrial psychologist turned builder, Rich Sands of Hammerwell, created a modern masterpiece unlike any other. Set in the West Pearl District in Boulder, notable features include handmade Heath Tile, a powder room with sustainable 3form pressed glass counters with a hand-hewn sink, chic concrete flooring and a NanaWall that frames Flatiron views.
Loft A sets a new precedent for sustainable land use and eco-design, and, arguably, most importantly, fully embraces the natural elements that make up the American West.
- Flatiron Views
- Arch11 Design, Hammerwell Built
- Luxury Features Throughout
- Concrete Flooring w/ radiant heat
- Retractable NanaWall in Living Room
- Southwest Facing
- Community + Private Outdoor Living Areas
- Spacious Mudroom
- Main Floor Washer + Dryer
- Private Underground Garage + Storage
INSTANT CURBSIDE APPEAL
Lush grounds and concrete match the stunning Flatirons views visible from the front door of Loft A. The intentional design of renowned firm, Arch11, ensured that each of the townhomes has equal views to the Flatiron vista—Boulder’s unofficial mascot. Crowning the townhome is a flat angled roof that seems to play off the iconic rock structure’s style.
- Lush Landscaping
- Concrete Container Plantings
- Natural Privacy from Shrubs
- Flatiron Views
LIGHT-FILLED LIVING ROOM
Southern exposure fills the open-living floor plan that hosts each gathering space, including the living room lounge. A full corner is devoted to a glazed NanaWall pocket system that dramatically opens to reveal the Flatiron rock formation and mountainside. These floor to ceiling sliding doors also integrates the indoors with the outdoor concrete patio, which is perfect for Colorado’s climate that allows plenty of time to entertain in the open air.
- Southern Exposure
- Sun-Filled Open Floor Plan
- Floor to Ceiling NanaWall Pocket System
- Indoor-Outdoor Connection
- Outdoor Patio for Al Fresco Entertaining + Enjoyment
DINING AREA + CHEF’S KITCHEN
Concrete flooring with Radiant Heat ties together each open area from the living room to the dining area and Chef’s kitchen. Defining the dining area is a Scandi-inspired art niche with Euro-style cabinets. Topping this custom display is a clerestory window, further highlighting the luxury, AIA award-winning details.
Move right along into the Chef’s quarters that revolves around a waterfall island with seating for four. A stainless 48” Wolf professional range with a professional hood checks off function and handmade Heath Tile backsplash checks off form.
- Concrete Flooring w/ Radiant Heat
- Dining Room w/ Art Niche
- Clerestory Window
- Waterfall Island w/ Seating
- 48” Wolf Professional Range + Hood
- Luxury Euro-Style Cabinetry System
- Large Pantry Wall
- Iconic Design Powder Room
PRIVATE UPPER LEVEL
The sculptural staircase is next level and adds an architectural focal point to the main level. Ascend this art piece to reach two en suite bedrooms, including the master with famed Flatiron and Settlers views and a guest suite that’s hosted under high ceilings.
The master suite is well-designed and comfortable with roomy closet space, a private balcony and a spa-worthy bathroom dressed in designer style. This suite lives in the lap of luxury.
- Stunning Sculptural Staircase
- 2 En Suite Bedrooms
- Main bedroom w/ Private Balcony, Flatiron + Settlers Views, Clerestory Windows, Large Closet Space
- Guest Suite w/ High Ceilings, Ample Closet Space
Descend to the lower level with private storage for outdoor gear and an underground 2-car garage.
- Storage Opportunity
- Private 2-Car Garage
- Secured Underground
Located in the coveted West Pearl District in downtown Boulder, this townhome also features its own intimate neighborhood vibe with community dining space shared between the trio of townhomes and relaxed interaction between each units’ residents.
To seek urban adventures, head east to the west end of Pearl Street, where you’ll find Boulder’s best restaurants, bars, hair salons, boutiques and bookstores. Or, for outdoor enjoyment, embrace the proximity to nearby trails and quick access to the mountains.