Residents at The Conservatory at Somerset Meadows enjoy expansive lots with extraordinary views. (Photo: Masterwork Home Company)

Open house this weekend invites you to imagine yourself in a Masterwork home.

Traditional home designs are great but they are, well, very traditional. And while the world has changed a lot since the 1990s, new home designs in Boulder County may seem to be stuck in time. The exception to this rule is Masterwork Home Company who is elevating elegant, contemporary home design to an art form. These inspired new designs are a complete departure from the ordinary, but completely in the tradition of the highly custom, high performance homes that Masterwork is known for. The company has over 20 years of history building homes for Boulder County’s discerning buyers. Masterwork Home Company is hosting an open house at 2002 Poppy Field Court in Longmont this weekend to show off its newest custom ranch home.

[pullquote] You are invited:
June 24 and June 25
12 to 4 p.m.

2002 Poppyfield Court

Enjoy fabulous mountain views, an open floor plan, a walkout basement and desirable
cul-de-sac location. The open floor plan features a master bedroom and laundry on the
main level, wet bar and two bedrooms downstairs with their own private bathrooms.

“Many customers are asking for a fresh take on traditional home styles,” says company owner, David Boschert. “They are looking for simpler design, cleaner lines and home automation. We are on the cutting edge of this contemporary look. And because we create the home to your exact specifications, you are involved in the whole selection process, from floor plan to finishes to external surfaces. We think choosing a true custom home is fun!”

Many of our clients are choosing to create homes with slightly less square footage, but a strong focus on high quality finishes. Exterior surfaces favor stone, stucco, wood… even steel siding. The result is something with great appeal to the eye, but requires little maintenance. It’s the intersection where luxury meets convenience.

The finest custom homes have to do more than just look great, though. Boschert says that Masterwork Home Company is actively developing homes that harness solar and geothermal power. “Nearly 80 percent of our buyers are choosing some solar component in their new home, and several are taking advantage of the geothermal options we have at Summerlin. Our buyers feel good about producing some of their own energy and reducing their carbon footprint. It’s all part of the super modern, energy efficient home.”

Every Masterwork custom home is carefully and professionally designed by a renowned architect using a state-of-the art 3D design system allowing Masterwork clients to virtually live in their new home even before construction begins, eliminating most of the guesswork out of the design process.

Masterwork Home Company

Masterwork Home Company’s newest custom homes are a complete departure from the ordinary, but completely in the tradition of the highly custom, high performance homes that Masterwork is known for. (Photo: Timothy Seibert)

The Conservatory at Somerset Meadows
Bosch Real Estate Group and Masterwork Home Company have just announced the opening of their newest custom home community, The Conservatory at Somerset Meadows. Residents at The Conservatory enjoy expansive lots backing to open space and extraordinary views.

The location offers the convenience of being just minutes from the best Longmont and Boulder have to offer. “Our clients rave about our location. Ten minutes in any direction and they are where they want to be. Many have moved to our communities from Boulder to escape the intense traffic and the often unattainable home prices,” David Boschert says. “Better quality of home, better quality of life, all at a lower cost of living than Boulder makes sense to them.”

“These are some of the very best lots that we have been able to offer in the last twenty-five years. The mountain and pastoral views are great and the sense of privacy from the outdoor living areas is fantastic,” says Brian Terry, Bosch Real Estate marketing director. Custom homes at The Conservatory at Somerset Meadows are priced from $1.1 million to $1.4 million.

Summerlin estate living, at its finest
Newly released lots in Summerlin Place are getting a lot of attention, with four of the nine available home sites already sold. Lots range from .75 to 1.4 acres and are only a mile from shopping and 10 minutes from Boulder. Mature trees and spectacular views of the Flatirons and Front Range give you the feeling of relaxed estate living while still being minutes from the best amenities and schools in town.

Summerlin is located at Summerlin Drive, just west of Airport Road and south of Glenneyre Drive in southwest Longmont. Somerset Meadows is also just west of Airport Road. From Airport Road, take Glenneyre Drive west to Heather Hill, northwest on Heather Hill to Poppy Field Court. Visit the newly completed home at 2002 Poppy Field Court this Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m.

To arrange a private viewing of the lots in Summerlin or The Conservatory at Somerset Meadows, or to discuss the homebuilding process, please contact Brian Terry or Ronda Connolly. Brian can be reach at 303.845.0949 or by e-mail at [email protected]. Contact Ronda Connolly at 303.746.5040, or by e-mail at [email protected].

• Extensive use of natural light
• Open floor plans shaped to embrace outdoor space
• Movable indoor-outdoor glass walls
• Creative use of clerestory windows or large asymmetrical windows
• Clean lines punctuated by bold elements
• Strong geometric shapes

To learn more about Bosch Real Estate and the Masterwork Home Company, visit, or Bosch Real Estate Group on Facebook.

By L.L. Charles, At Home

With Masterwork Home Company, clients have flexibility to design each and every detail to craft a home that exactly fits their sense of style, taste and budget. (Photo: Timothy Seibert (Left), Masterwork Home Company(Right))