Castle Park Ranch

This luxurious gated community of only 1225 homes features properties large enough for your barn, paddock, small pasture, and riding ring.

Welcome to Castle Park Ranch

 
A private haven for horse lovers situated on the crest of the ridge, with exceptional views from estate-sized home sites
 
Casual horse lovers and experienced equestrians alike love calling Castle Park Ranch home. This luxurious gated community of only 1225 homes features properties large enough for your barn, paddock, small pasture, and riding ring. What makes it even better for equestrians is that there is planned access to Rueter Hess Reservoir from Castle Park Ranch once it is complete. Castle Park Ranch is a newer neighborhood, but the architecture and home sizes are varied. You can choose a cozy mountain cabin or a magnificent estate with outbuildings for your hobbies and toys.
 
Nestled in the gently rolling Rocky Mountain foothills and set high on a precipice, this equestrian neighborhood offers sensational views of the mountains, sunsets, lake, and city lights. Castle Park Ranch is also a wildlife habitat. A variety of elk, deer, mountain lion, and turkey roam through the ponderosa pines, old cottonwood trees, and lush meadows, stopping at the spring-fed ponds and intermittent streams in the area.
 

What to Love

  • Residents can keep their horses in their backyard
  • Serene rural living, but close to Denver and all the amenities
  • Sweeping panoramic vistas of gorgeous Colorado scenery
  • Gated and secluded for maximum privacy

Local Lifestyle

Castle Park Ranch residents value their privacy, and the acreage of each property offers this and more. If you have a home here, it may well be a vacation getaway where you can relax in utter seclusion, entertain friends, and take advantage of the nearby resorts of Telluride and Aspen at your leisure.
 

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

Castle Park Ranch residents are far from solitary, as the tony town of Castle Rock is a few minutes away for an evening out. Scileppi's at the Old Stone Church is the place to go when you’re craving authentic veal scallopine. When you're out with friends and can't make up your mind, Pegasus offers a menu that covers everything from Greek to Mexican, served in an upscale casual setting with indoor and outdoor seating. When you need a little pick-me-up, Crowfoot Valley Coffee has a fabulous coffee bar and roasts their own beans, which you can also buy and take home.
 
Castle Rock is also a great place to pick up home furnishings, gifts, and specialty foods at the Emporium downtown. The Barn, also in downtown, offers antiques, boutiques, and one-of-a-kind finds whether you're shopping to relax or on a mission for that special gift.
 

Things to Do

Castle Park Ranch residents find lots to do in Castle Rock. If you're looking to entertain the family, book a day at The EDGE Ziplines & Adventures, or go with friends and try your hand at the Ninja Warrior climbing wall. If you're in the mood for something a bit more sedate but nonetheless exciting, go to Theater of Dreams, where the magic shows will make you not believe your eyes.
 
When you want to get away, general aviation at the Denver airport has several charter services for private flights.
 

Schools

School-aged children will attend Douglas County Schools:
  • Sage Canyon Elementary, Grades K–5
  • Mesa Middle School, Grades 6–8
  • Douglas County High School, Grades 9–12

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Whether you are looking for a new home or thinking about selling your current home, call me today. I will put my expertise to work to provide you guidance and advice on what you need to know to make the best possible decision for your real estate needs.