Three different renderings of a kitchen and dining area.

Dream Finders Homes reimagines classic at Kinston

Take a walk through any of Colorado’s historic neighborhoods and you’ll see timeless architecture in all varieties. Some of those classic forms are being given new life and a contemporary twist at Kinston, thanks to the builder partners who are helping to bring old-school character and charm to new neighborhoods, starting with Dream Finders Homes. Their collection of five wide-open floorplans are offered with modern Craftsman, modern farmhouse and modern prairie architecture. And although you’ll recognize the gables, shaker siding and tapered columns atop stone pedestals of a Craftsman exterior (for instance) the construction and interior design is very much of this century – leaving creakiness and draftiness in the past where they belong.

Take the Silverthorne, it’s a three-bedroom ranch, old-school-sized at just under 2,000 square feet. Yet gone are the days of detached garages and small kitchens hidden behind a door. This one lets the kitchen, dining and great rooms share a space in a welcome-to-the-party floorplan. The optional back porch extends living space outside, for soaking up the Colorado sunshine and morning coffee.  

The dimensions of the two-story, three-bedroom Antero might make it feel like an old Denver Four Square if not for the open-concept design with optional gourmet kitchen – the perfect space for hosting parties, game nights and other get-togethers. The flexible loft space upstairs is the perfect place for hobbies or for noisy teens to hang out. In other words, it’s got plenty of space to keep a happy family happy.

The two-story, four-bedroom Sierra is a mix of good-old and brand-new, with traditional spaces like a den and a loft. And a modern open kitchen-dining-great-room design that provides space for doing the family thing. A big kitchen island holds all that shared space together while providing the ideal workspace for kids doing homework, decorating holiday cookies or staging hors d’oeuvres while entertaining. 

For livability and comfort in a modern age, the two-story, three-bedroom Rainier mixes main-floor openness with top-floor privacy, which is where you’ll find the owner’s suite and its huge walk-in closet, as well as a more convenient location for the laundry room. The Rainier’s front porch wraps around the den, both of which are perfect spaces for working from home. There’s also an optional outdoor living space on the back for even more at home working.

The collection’s largest plan is the Denali, a 2,600-square-foot two-story, made for growing families and built for modern living. Besides lots of bedrooms (five) and lots of room for storage (four walk-in closets, one walk-in pantry, plus a car-sized extra space in the garage) a ready-for-entertaining kitchen island anchors the open design. There’s even a second-story loft, which can be used as a play space or gaming room perhaps. In other words, there’s room and rooms for everyone.

It’s the best of two worlds, the familiar and the forward thinking. And it’s coming to Kinston this summer. 

Want to see how these homes live from the comfort of your own? Take a virtual tour. Then, take a tour in person when models open this summer. 

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