Kenosha Estates in Erie, Colorado
When I think of the ideal place to buy a home outside of Boulder, Colorado my mind automatically goes to the city of Erie. Erie, Colorado is a fairly new community located along the Front Range that is attracting people looking for quiet family oriented neighborhoods that offer a large variety of newly constructed homes. In fact, residents of Erie report having some of the highest ratings in the Front Range as far as quality of life and community growth are concerned. Located in between three of the state’s top producing local economies, Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins, Erie is the perfect place to buy real estate no matter where you work. Also boasting an above average median household income, affordable housing options, and gorgeous surroundings, it is easy to see why so many people are looking more closely at calling the city of Erie home.
One neighborhood in particular, Kenosha Estates, has been drawing a lot of attention as one of Erie's premier neighborhoods. This picturesque private community reminds me of a secret garden with its mature landscaping, perfectly manicured lawns, gorgeous Hudson homes, walking trails, nearby horse ranches, open spaces, and majestic Rocky Mountain views. The tranquility and peacefulness of the community almost gives it a gated feel, as there is virtually no traffic on the street with the exception of fellow residents. Kenosha Estates features 28 lots, all of which are plotted on an acre of land. The homes in the neighborhood are all custom built and were constructed using sustainable building practices. Even though this community sits among two other subdivisions, Kenosha Farms and Porchfront, the frequent sighting of hawks, owls, and other wildlife are fairly common occurrences.
Currently we have a spectacular listing in Kenosha Estates that is literally one of the most charming homes I have ever seen. Built by renowned builder Sopris and painted a sweet summer yellow, with black shutters, several white country-style cover porches, and views of both Longs Peak and the Indian Peaks, 1625 Carlson is a must-see for anyone interested in the upscale community of Kenosha Estates. Nothing was forgotten or overlooked in the construction of this 2002 home. Interior features include warm wood trim and immaculate wood floors, a chef quality kitchen, three car oversized garage with extra storage, huge closets and built-in shelving, a soundproof home theater with a 8'5' screen, a separate fenced off play or puppy area, and of course, a private backyard putting green!
When talking to the current owner about her home, she states that she really loves this home and its features, and will undoubtedly miss them in its sale. So, if you are searching for a home in the Colorado Front Range that offers luxury accommodations together with comfortable easy living, all wrapped up in a bright and inviting package, I'd call Kim Payes today to learn more about this rare opportunity to get into one of Erie, Colorado's most unique upscale communities.
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