Gold Hill Mesa’s use of time-honored architectural styles are designed to celebrate the local history. Our architects took a page out of the Old North End drawing upon a historic sensibility from the era from the Golden Cycle Mill era. Reproducing artful, diverse home designs, color palettes, and floor plans seven classic architectural styles emerged: Colonial, Colorado Farm House, Contemporary, Craftsman, European Electric, Foursquare, Prairie, Victorian and Townhomes or Duplex. Our builders follow a guidebook of these architectural styles to uphold the community aesthetic, historic tradition, while protecting your investment.
Time-honored architectural styles.
COLORADO FARM HOUSE
The neighborhood’s diversity stands in stark contrast to many conventional subdivisions that have a lot of ‘beige boxes’. One of the first things that new visitors to the neighborhood notice is the lively color combinations, like an artist’s palette. The diversity also includes architectural styles. No two homes are exactly alike with diversity in not only design elevations, but home sizes (ranging from townhomes and patio homes to large single family homes with basements), and price ranges.
OLD WORLD CHARM, NEW WORLD PLUMBING
Front porches are a signature feature of the neighborhood. Garages are tucked off alleyways, creating the opportunity for welcoming home entries that are easily accessed off sidewalks and green streets. With old world charm and new world plumbing, Gold Hill Mesa borrows from the past for inspiration, yet looks to the future for technology, performance, and efficiency in the homes.
It’s an incredibly smart way to live.