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Four decorated model apartment homes at Wind Crest are a feast for the eyes

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May 28th, 2019
Royal blue accents and modern farmhouse décor adorn the Peyton model in Wind Crest’s Prospect Crossing residence building, which just opened last month.

Royal blue accents and modern farmhouse décor adorn the Peyton model in Wind Crest’s Prospect Crossing residence building, which just opened last month.

This spring, Wind Crest welcomed the first residents to Prospect Crossing, its newest residence building and the first in the community’s third and, potentially, final neighborhood.

“It’s always an exciting milestone when we open a building in a new neighborhood,” says Craig Erickson, executive director at the Highlands Ranch, Colo., Erickson Living community. “It’s especially exciting seeing new floor plans and decorated models. They really bring it all to life.”

While demand has been high and the building is nearly sold-out, those interested in moving to Wind Crest can view four decorated models—the one-bedroom Brecken, one-bedroom Eaton, two-bedroom Larkspur, and two-bedroom Peyton, which were all available and ready for move-in at press time.

Beautifully decorated, the models allow visitors to visualize furniture placement, color schemes, and the openness of each floor plan.

The Brecken

This one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath model has a traditional air about it. Shades of red and brown create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in the main living area, accented by maple cabinets and a cream-colored granite. 

The kitchen opens to a light-filled living room separated by a breakfast bar, and the half-bath sits off the entryway across from the kitchen. A short hallway leads to the master bedroom, decorated in coordinating blues, which features a spacious master bath and large walk-in closet.

The Brecken is ideal for active living, with the perfect amount of living space and no extra rooms to clean, all at an attractive price point.

The Eaton

This large one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath home has a sunny disposition. Golden yellow accents against light gray finishes brighten this already light-filled space. The luxury vinyl plank foyer opens to a large dining area. 

The model has a beautiful rectangular dining table with six chairs—the perfect space for entertaining family and friends—lit by an attractive chandelier. 

Handsome prints bearing the city lights bring an urban air to the space in this modern home.

The Eaton is popular for its balcony, located off the master bedroom, and extra closet space—a walk-in bedroom closet, linen closet, and kitchen pantry.

The Larkspur

The Larkspur, currently arranged as a satellite sales office, is a large, two-bedroom, two-bath home with patio or balcony. Sleek design elements, earthy colors, and botanical design elements brighten this light-filled space suitable for one or two people.

Some may choose to use the second bedroom as an office, workroom, art studio, or guest room, while some couples sleep better in separate bedrooms. With the bedroom suites situated on opposite sides of the apartment, either arrangement works well.

This particular floor plan is lauded for its extra large walk-in master closet, dual linen closets for each bedroom, and side-by-side washer and dryer. The large coat closet located in the foyer provides additional storage as well.

The Peyton

Decorated in blues and grays with a modern farmhouse theme, the Peyton truly showcases how homey and spacious an apartment can be. 

White cabinets and gray-and-white granite brighten the large kitchen. A granite-topped island with cute bench seating sits between it and the open and light-filled living and dining room.

Turn right off the living room, and you’ll find a coat closet, linen closet, second bedroom, and bath. Then the end of the hall opens to the large master bedroom and bathroom with an extra large walk-in closet. 

Two big draws for the Peyton are the full-size laundry room located to the right of the foyer, and the patio or balcony located off the master bedroom—the perfect hideaway for enjoying morning coffee, reading a book, or taking an afternoon nap.

Among the four decorated models, visitors can get a feel for different ways to decorate their own home using the two available color schemes: Maison Blanche and Agreeable Gray.

Visit Wind Crest to get some décor inspiration. You can schedule a personal tour to get one-on-one attention and start mapping out your path to your new home. 

Those who reserve an apartment home have the opportunity to work with Wind Crest’s in-house Custom Interiors team of designers Leanne Stark and Anna Rosa to customize their décor, add upgrades, and choose custom finishes to new or existing apartments. 

Custom Interiors offers one-stop shopping for new flooring, countertops, fixtures, paint, and window treatments. Contractors vetted by Stark and Rosa handle the installation, ensuring a seamless process for each customer.

“When you consider all the finishes you can select to personalize a space, that adds up to a lot of choices,” says Stark.

Popular finishes and upgrades include hardwood flooring, plantation shutters, rounded doorways with unique light fixtures, and custom closets to maximize space and storage.

“If you’re considering a move to Wind Crest in 2019, come see us,” says Sales Counselor Sandy Shelpuk. “We have some special incentives on select apartment homes. We’ll help you find what you like.”

“Our demand has been so high, we’ve been getting the new buildings to full occupancy within three months,” adds Erickson.

Prospect Crossing is the only residence building in the Colorado neighborhood planned to include under-building parking. Future amenities being considered include four new restaurants, a bocce court, amphitheater, fire pit, and pickleball courts. 

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