Highland's Village Garden

Designed by Wolf-Lyon Architects and built by Wonderland Custom Homes, the single-family homes and townhouses respond to the character of the existing housing along West 36th Avenue between Tennyson Street and Wolff Street.


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The attached town houses at Highlands' Garden Village also exhibit harmonious exteriors and meticulous attention to detail in their design. Residents can derive their outdoor enjoyment from the elevated deck that accompanies each townhouse.

Available in a wide variety of sizes and styles, the detached houses have been designed carefully to incorporate many of the best traditions seen in Denver's charming older neighborhoods. Generous front porches overlooking ample sidewalks allow residents to enjoy evening breezes and greet passers-by. The carriage houses situated on top of the garages of many of the single-family homes at Highlands' Garden Village allow their owners to house a family member, operate a home office, or help defray monthly mortgage payments with rental income from a tenant.

The Plaza Lofts have been built as a live/work concept. The lofts are three stories high with a home business/office space on the ground floor and the living quarters on the upper two levels. A high degree of exterior detail and design and their verticality complements the public plaza that they surround, reflecting the tradition of living on a public plaza or commons found in many European cities. The lofts are built with vaulted ceilings on the second and third levels of the units, thereby allowing for natural daylight and lending an airy feel to the units. Such touches as tall wall cabinets, double bowl stainless-steel sinks, a breakfast bar and pedestal sinks are examples of the quality of the interior finish. Category 5 telephone "home run" and RG6 quad shield television cable/Internet wiring ensure that the multimedia needs of today's homeowners are met.

Though the freestanding and attached homes at Highlands' Garden Village take many of their exterior cues from traditional neighborhoods, residents enjoy the most up-to-date amenities in the open, airy, and spacious interiors. Their pocketbooks, as well as the Earth itself, reap the benefits of having homes that comply with the Colorado Built Green program guidelines. These guideline ensure energy efficiency and the use of many sustainable building materials in every single-family home and town home at Highlands' Garden Village.