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Wonderland Homes Portrait Collection Debuts in Beeler Park Neighborhood

Welcome to courtyard living, where you can enjoy gatherings with the neighbors, while the kids burn off built-up energy from the day.

Welcome to courtyard living, where you can enjoy gatherings with the neighbors, while the kids burn off built-up energy from the day. Wonderland Homes’ Portrait Collection blends a farmhouse style with modern livability.

Anne Postle with Osmosis Art and Architecture says the goal was to give everyone a wide range of choices for retreating and gathering. “It packs a lot of design features in a very small footprint.”

Postle says the design is meant to allow people to live to the front and have private outdoor space in the back.

“This collection includes all the comfort, livability and features of a much larger home, but on a smaller scale. This home is perfect for today’s family buyer!”

The living areas of the home are open and spacious, perfect for entertaining and family gathering. The kitchen, with an expansive island, is at the center of it all.

Parents can utilize the pocket office that is secluded and faces the courtyard. The kids also have special spaces in their rooms to read a good book.

With options galore in this versatile home, you will find a wide range of choices for retreating and gathering.

For more information on Portrait Collection visit the brand new model home in Stapleton’s newest neighborhood, Beeler Park.  Model homes are located at 5989 N Alton St and are Open Daily.

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