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Let’s walk instead of drive. Talk instead of text. Stay out late and count the stars.

Consider this an open invitation to get back to some well-established but long forgotten ideas about home, about neighborhood and about the deeper meaning of community. Welcome to Kinston, a new way to live in Loveland, Colorado.

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Our first neighborhoods,
our first homes

Kinston’s first neighborhoods will be a refreshing mix of single-family and paired homes, oriented around parks and pocket parks, with front porches and garages accessed through alleyways. Nestled in colorful, water-wise native yards (if you choose). The huge variety of home types and thoughtful native landscaping results in more visually interesting neighborhoods and utterly charming streetscapes. It’s more than a nod to historic Northern Colorado neighborhoods, it’s a return to what works. What creates a friendly, walkable person-centric community.

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White Farmhouse style home with welcoming front porch
Contemporary living room with large windows that fill the room with natural light
Photo of the walking trails located in Chapungu Sculpture Park in Centerra with lush green trees and flowers

Find your home

Use the homefinder to search by home type, size, price, builder, bedroom/bathroom count and availability. Take a virtual tour of select plans and try out design packages.* Explore exterior options and corresponding homesites. Several collections of single-family and paired homes are available now from the $400s.

Note, homesite availability varies by builder and exterior design choice.
*Not available on all floorplans

Miles of smiles

Homes are just part of what’s beautiful about Kinston. Step outside onto a trail and before you know it, you’ll find yourself in Roundtop Park, Kinston Commons or Chapungu Sculpture Park. And farther down the path, Houts Reservoir and Equalizer Lake offer breathtaking views and wildlife habitat, and regional trails continue from there. Here, it’s about both journey and destination.