The “Heights” of Everyday Living


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Amberley Heights has all the distinction and progressive lifestyle promised by its name, an homage to “organic architect” Frank Lloyd Wright, who once changed the world with his open-style, functional approach to modern and artful living.

“There’s definitely a ‘wow’ factor,” said Christine Sheldon, the director of residential living for Amberley Heights, the latest addition to Vallagio at Inverness. The sprawling development has redefined luxury – and now offers increased appeal to empty-nesters and people on the go.

These new Amberley rental units, near I-25 and Dry Creek Road, boast expansive hallways, contemporary finishes, granite countertops and hardwood floors – hominess in a tranquil, yet decidedly convenient and bustling living center.

“We have fantastic golf-course and mountain views,” said Meredith Loux, the assistant director of residential living. “Living rooms are wrapped by gorgeous windows. The homes are open and spacious.”

Breathtaking is a word often used to describe those floor-to-ceiling windows.

Amberley’s two buildings are comprised of 98 living units that range $1,700 to $3,900 in rent and vary between 990 and 1,890 square feet, offering a range of choices to those seeking a new lifestyle. Amberley has 12-to-24-month leases, offering flexibility to career people and recent retirees alike.

This is home, after all – but in place of those yard chores and fix-it projects of old, Amberley offers public art and attractive landscaping. Instead of long drives, how about the convenience of light rail, close access to Park Meadows, the Denver Tech Center and a walkable collection of restaurants and retail? Plus the neighboring Inverness Hotel provides an array of spa and recreational amenities discounted to residents.

Amberley Heights is more than a place to live. The lavish, yet functional, neighborhood is perfect for those looking to downsize, while upsizing vibrancy and convenience.

Written by Peter Jones