Backcountry: Highlands Ranch
New Homes in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
There has never been a new home community in Colorado quite like BackCountry. When you visit Colorado’s premier gated, luxury home community, you’ll see why BackCountry is — Wild at Heart – and why it was recently awarded New Home Community of the Year by the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver. Featuring a variety of homes, styles and price ranges, BackCountry offers luxury new homes in Highlands Ranch from the low $500s to custom homes from $1 million.
And while BackCountry offers the new homes, parks and luxurious amenities you might expect, it also offers something much more. Just outside your door, South Rim, a private enclave of 467 wild acres awaits. And, a variety of trails connect the homes to the parks and the community’s crown jewel — the Sundial House. Follow the trails farther, and you’re soon entering the remainder of the 8,200-acre adventure known as the Backcountry Wilderness Area.* BackCountry – Let the adventure begin.View Details
Castle Pines Village is a gated residential community, featuring two Jack Nicklaus signature golf courses, situated 25 miles south of Denver, Colorado. The Village lies at an elevation of 6,000 to 6,500 feet along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. It is a compelling landscape of castle-like rock formations punctuated with pine trees at the crest of the divide between the Denver Basin to the north and dramatic rock formations, rock ledges and outcroppings to the south. It is the northern-most incidence of tablelands along the front-range with spectacular views of Pikes Peak, Mount Evans and the Rocky Mountains.
The founders of Castle Pines Village recognized that the Village was a very special place. They understood the value of this land, its unique and natural beauty, the quiet forested mountain setting, the privacy, the near and distant views, the beauty of the native plants and the abundance of Colorado wildlife. They felt the land should be developed in a manner that would not only create a high-quality residential community with world-class golf courses, but their vision included a carefully crafted plan to develop the land without destroying this natural environment and its wildlife.View Details
Denver is an outdoor city with a vibrant, walkable downtown offering urban adventures for all ages. Within a one-mile radius, you can kayak on the Platte River; explore some of the city's best museums; shop at art galleries and boutiques; see a Broadway touring show; enjoy live music; ride a roller
coaster or cool off in a water park; and experience exciting professional sports. Experience Denver's top chef-driven restaurants and innovative craft breweries. The Denver Beer Trail is a great guide to sampling those local brews. Downtown's free 16th Street Mall shuttle makes it easy to get around. Visit Larimer Square and the renovated Denver Union Station in historic Lower Downtown (LoDo), where Victorian buildings now house restaurants, galleries, shops, bars, brewpubs and coffee houses, or head to Denver Pavilions where you'll find shops, restaurants, bars and a movie theater. Discover the downtown area, and don't miss the chance for a photo with everyone's favorite Blue Bear public art sculpture at the Colorado Convention Center.View Details