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Castle Rock, CO Neighborhoods

Castle Rock, CO's breathtaking scenery and close proximity to Denver, makes it a great place to settle down

By Laura Gallagher on April 28, 2014

The Meadows in Castle Rock, CO
Castle Rock / Brian McCord

Situated between the Great Plains and the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains is Castle Rock, named for a butte near the center of town that resembles a castle. The city’s breathtaking scenery, along with its close proximity to Denver, makes it a great place to settle down. With a variety of real estate options around the city, there are plenty of choices for people looking to relocate to the area.

Northwest Castle Rock

The Meadows is a 4,000-acre planned community zoned to accommodate nearly 11,000 homes. With new homes ranging in price from $150,000 to $700,000, there is an option for everyone’s budget. At the heart of this community is The Grange, a facility that hosts dance lessons, cooking classes, lectures, theater productions and more.

In addition, The Meadows has been designed to preserve open space, natural foothill ridge lines and spectacular views. Approximately 1,100 acres have been designated for parks, trails and schools.

Red Hawk Ridge, also in the Northwest section of town, is known for home sites adjacent to its popular golf course. The community is close to several parks and walking trails, and is conveniently located near downtown Castle Rock.

At Castle Pines, you’ll find stunning frontier-style homes surrounded by more than 15,000 acres of open space. The community includes three parks with more than 13 miles of nature trails, and future growth will be kept to a minimum in order to preserve the natural surroundings.

Northeast Castle Rock

Founders Village is a large, master-planned community with schools, recreation facilities and parks within its borders. This neighborhood has homes ranging in price from $110,000 to around $300,000 and lies just east of downtown.

Escavera is an upscale neighborhood that is close to shopping, schools and golf courses. With floor plans ranging from around 2,000 to 10,000 square-feet, there are plenty of options to choose from.

Diamond Ridge Estates is situated on 305 acres, with 90 of those acres designated as wildlife habitat. With only 126 home sites, the community offers a private setting for residents, but is only minutes away from many amenities such as shopping, golf and other recreational activities.

Southwest Castle Rock

Keene Ranch, located just south of Castle Rock and halfway between Denver and Colorado Springs, offers large lots and breathtaking views in a secluded setting. Equestrian trails run throughout the community and award-winning golf courses are only minutes away.

Southeast Castle Rock

Bell Mountain Ranch has approximately 300 homes on 2,040 acres with nearly 1,000 acres of open space. Homesites average between five and 12 acres with many zoned as horse property. Residents can enjoy the 20 miles of dedicated natural hiking and equestrian trails and more than seven miles of walking and biking trails.

Castlewood Ranch offers a selection of unique new homes in a community with a tranquil setting, spectacular mountain views, schools and recreational opportunities.

Sawgrass at Plum Creek is a vibrant townhome community. With amenities including pool and golf course access, Plum Creek is a popular choice for townhome living in Castle Rock.

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