Few Residences Remain at One of Louisville’s Most Coveted Developments
// Denver, Colorado
As the real estate market shifts into the demanding summer season, buyers that have been competing for homes since early spring may find their newest sanctuary in The Trails at Clementine in Louisville. Perched on rolling hills with extraordinary views of the Flatirons, The Trails at Clementine represents the very best of the Colorado lifestyle.
Adjacent to historic Louisville Town Square, The Trails at Clementine creates a new, 4-acre neighborhood within one of Boulder County’s most treasured communities — the first development of its kind approved by the City of Louisville. Located a short distance from charming boutiques, superb local dining establishments, breweries and outdoor recreation, it’s no wonder Louisville consistently ranks in the top places to live and visit.
The two available residences, 287 Romano Street and 274 Lock Street, are located in the development’s C Buildings just south of South Commons Park. The residences feature end-unit privacy, extra-wide, open floorplans with high ceilings, a smart design, indoor-outdoor living with private courtyards and access to numerous parks throughout the development. The C units feel remarkably spacious with a distinct sense of comfort, and feature 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 2,485 sqft and an oversized 2-car attached garage. Prospective buyers are able to choose finishes for their home, which adds the perfect flair of personal touch to this incredible opportunity.
“The Trails at Clementine represents exceptional quality and the very best that new development in Colorado has to offer,” says listing broker, Jerilee Peterson. “Buyers have the opportunity to own an exceptional residence in Boulder County, and I encourage them to consider this incredible development while a few residences remain.”
To learn more about the development, interested buyers may reach out to Jerilee at email@example.com for more information or visit https://milehimodern.com/development-collection/the-trails-at-clementine/.