Nestled in the foothills of Cheyenne Mountain is Colorado’s famous Broadmoor resort, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo…and some of the most scenic lots in the city. These lots lie within a gated community for privacy and security, are zoned within Colorado Springs’ award-winning District 12, and provide access to some of the best shopping and dining in the city.
With a striking view of Garden of the Gods, Kissing Camels is one of the most sought after and valuable neighborhoods in Colorado Springs. Community amenities include a West guarded gates, the 27-hole Kissing Camels Golf Course, hiking trails leading directly into the Garden of the Gods, and the world class spa at the Garden of the Gods Club.
Located above Garden of the Gods, Cedar Heights is a “forever-wild” gated community where deer, rabbit and fox sightings are common and welcomed. Residents of this community enjoy beautiful views of Pikes Peak and the city, as well as access to hundreds of acres of walking, hiking, and mountain biking trails on private land. Visit the Cedar Heights Community Website for more information on this beautiful area of Colorado Springs.
Flying Horse is one of Colorado Springs newest and most luxurious communities with amenities to fit anything you could ever need or want, a perfect fit for any age or family situation. Amenities include breathtaking views, the 18-hole Tom Weiskopf golf course and a Euro-style clubhouse experience which includes a steak house, wine cellar, and lodge.
Stratton Pines is a gated community located in the foothills of Cheyenne Mountain, high enough to afford expansive views of the city, and low enough to allow easy access to shopping and dining. It’s a small community of fewer than 20 home sites and is located within award-winning District 12.
Wildernest is a gorgeous community in Woodland Park. These half-acre lots, lush with native vegetation, have a secluded feeling but are only a five minute drive from Woodland Park town center and the local elementary, middle and high schools. To learn more about this community, visit the Wildernest Community Website