What is the Next Hot Home Architecture Trend in Colorado?

By Buying, Colorado Living, Specialty Homes,

Colorado has a lot of home design and architectural styles to offer. When looking for a new home, sometimes it’s good to be forward thinking in your stylistic strategy. One thing that can keep you ahead of the game is choosing a home that falls into the next “trendy home” category.

But what are the next big architectural trends in home buying? We asked local Denver real estate agents to share the home design trends they’re seeing with Colorado home buyers and sellers. With home buyers looking for clean lines and popular locations, here are the home architecture trends Colorado REALTORS® predict:

Micro Condos

For Denver I think the next architectural trend in home buying will be mirco condos. So new grads and lower income families will be able to afford to live in the Denver area.

Tony SanFilippo

House Offer.com

www.coloradohouseoffer.com

Mid-Century Modern

Mid-century is still very hot. People love the clean lines and simple material. There is a push for urban living and smaller dwellings with open floor plans.

Nina Kuhl

Cherry Creek Properties LLC

www.kuhlnina.com

Small & Efficient Homes

Efficiency, affordable and small. With really great outdoor living spaces.

Kim Hoffman

Shorewood

www.coloradofamilyhomes.com

Hot Spots

Smaller square footage; downtown and Rino locations.

Nancy F. Sharpe

Sharpe Associates, LLC

www.nancysharpe.com

 

From vintage homes to new construction, find the home architecture style that is right for your Colorado home. Search homes for sale on REcolorado.com to see examples of different home architecture in Colorado.

If you’re in the market for a new home, we encourage you to contact an experienced real estate agent. REALTORS® have expertise in the real estate industry and a deep understanding of local neighborhoods. With access to REcolorado’s home listing information, your REALTOR® can help you conduct your home search and find your Colorado dream home.

 

Originally published June 28, 2016 – Updated July 13, 2017