‭(303) 527-0000‬ info@soprisdevelopment.com

Sopris Homes is excited to announce our new sales center coming in August. The plan will be our Masonville Model, a contemporary two-story plan with 4 bedrooms, study, 3.5 baths, study, great room, bonus loft, 3-car garage. The center is located within Heron Lakes community in Berthoud, Colorado.

We chose Heron Lakes for our new sales center for its central front range location in proximity to Boulder, Longmont, Loveland and Fort Collins. In addition, it is very near other great communities Sopris builds new homes including Longs Peak Farm (2 miles from Heron Lakes) and The Farm at Woodridge (10 miles from Heron Lakes).

Of course beauty and recreation is the main attraction at Heron Lakes which frames TPC Colorado – an 18-hole championship golf course. In addition, the master planed community offers lots of recreation packed activities including hiking, biking, fishing, boating and wildlife viewing amid abundant protected open space.

Directions To Heron Lakes

From Denver, take I-25 north to Exit 250. Head west through Berthoud and then take a right onto Berthoud Parkway. Head north until you get to Grand Market Avenue and take a right to enter Heron Lakes at TPC Colorado.

Sales center address:

2839 Heron Lakes Parkway
Berthoud, CO 80513

Note: This address is in a new community and may not be pinned on all GPS map overlays yet. Once the sales center is open, please contact Sopris Homes for specific directions if you are unable to locate the address in your navigation.

Heron Lakes Master Plan

For more on Heron Lakes visit: https://www.heronlakescommunity.com/community

Sopris is committed to building 100% Energy Star Certified Homes which acknowledges our continued commitment to design, quality and performance in every way. Come check out this model this summer to see for yourself the Sopris Difference in everything we do.

For more information contact John Stevens, Sopris Homes at ‭(303) 527-0000‬ or email info@soprisdevelopment.com.

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