Today was RE/MAX Properties Luxury Home Professionals home tour. Our company has a great program for marketing luxury homes that includes special training for participating agents, as well as a monthly tour of luxury homes, alternated between the north and south areas. Today’s tour was of the southwest side of town, and we had listings in 2 areas I thought I would talk about a little, Upper Skyway, and Broadmoor Bluffs. Like most areas of town, we have more houses for sale than houses that sell in this category, but I find it helpful to see these each month, and stay current.
The home we saw in the Upper Skyway area was a 4800 sf home, built in the early 90’s, with incredible views, surrounded by trees, and a very unique blend of Victorian and ‘Colorado contemporary lodge’ architecture (my own term 🙂 ). Unfortunately we don’t have this one in the MLS yet, but maybe in a few days. I like the Skyway area because of it’s proximity to Bear Creek Regional Park (another great park I need to write up soon), the mountainous setting, close to Old Colorado City, and great D12 schools. This home is going to be in the mid 600’s when it hits the MLS.
The other home we saw was in the upper section of Broadmoor Bluffs, and was listed for $1.3 million. It is a 5500 sf walkout rancher, with all the best of materials and workmanship, and killer views from high on the hillside, just below the entrance to NORAD (Cheyenne Mountain Air Station). The Broadmoor Bluffs area has lots of little sections, and this home was in the ‘box seats’ of the neighborhood, Stonecliff. This mountain setting just north of Cheyenne Mountain State Park is truly special, and so was the home.