Castlewood Ranch Homes for Sale
Castlewood Ranch Homes
Castlewood Ranch is a neighborhood just southeast of downtown Castle Rock. It is made of custom homes and semi-custom homes. It is surrounded by 159 acres of open space and is close to award-winning schools. Many home sites provide views of Pike's Peak.
Just a short trip to the southeast of the town of Castle Rock you'll find Castlewood Ranch, one of the more recent developments in this area of Colorado and a very attractive proposition for potential future investors or home owners. You also get to enjoy the stunning views offered by both the Rocky Mountain range and Pikes Peak range too.
Within the Castlewood Ranch area there's over 150 acres of open space set aside for you to enjoy and part of that is 3-miles of developed walking trails. There's also a brand new community park at the center of this development, an ideal place to relax and have a picnic for example. If you want more extensive recreational facilities then the Castle Rock Recreation Center is also just a short drive away.
Founders Marketplace is also nearby so you'll have a wide variety of quaint shops to visit plus you also have a King Soopers in the area too for all your grocery needs. Castlewood also has a gas station, bank and all the other luxuries of modern life that you'll need to get by.
Parents will also be happy to hear that Castlewood is part of the Douglas County School District so your children will receive an excellent education at one of the many elementary, middle and high schools in the area and with Flagstone Elementary School nearby you won't have to travel very far. Local security is taken care of by the Douglas County Sheriff's Department and Castle Rock also operates a fully trained and full-time team of firefighters.
Travel to the rest of the Metro Denver area is made possible by the I-25 and with the location of Castlewood being halfway between Colorado Springs and the Mile High City you'll be spoiled for choice for places to visit.
Castlewood is a beautiful area with very competitively priced properties and who can say no to living in what is considered to be one of the best towns in the United States?