Woodmoor Homes for sale
Woodmoor . . . .wooded lots and rolling hills
Located in the middle of the Tri-Lakes area, Woodmoor is bordered by Monument and Interstate-25 to the west, southern Douglas County to the north, Black Forest to the east and Gleneagle to the south. Over the years it has grown from a farm community into a thriving scenic rural community. With its rolling hills and wooded surroundings, its character comes across loud and clear—this is a piece of heaven in the Rockies! Read More
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Roads conform to the rolling terrain protecting the beauty and natural vegetation through which they pass. Encompassing 2,000 acres with approximately 8,000 residents, Woodmoor offers that sense of community partnership where landowners appreciate their uniqueness of living in such a special space. Parks and trails complement the rural setting.
The Woodmoor Community Center is located in “The Barn.” which was originally a dairy built around 1938. In 1945 Marion and Neva Williams operated a ranch with a dairy herd out of The Barn and used the adjoining pond—what is now known as Lake Woodmoor—to water their thirsty herd. By 1964 The Barn evolved into the anchor of Woodmoor. The vision of Woodmoor became reality with its winding roads leading to large lots and priceless views of Pikes Peak and Mt. Herman. Fencing is discouraged and property owners are encouraged to preserve the natural beauty, trees and wildlife that roams throughout the region.
Along with this vision comes the Woodmoor Pines Golf and Country Club, a full-service, private country club with unparallel views of Pikes Peak and a sea of lodge pole pines. The serene beauty that surrounds this club can only be called magnificent. The club has an 18-hole championship course designed by J. Press Maxwell and is known for its big tree-lined fairways challenging even the most seasoned golfer. There are four exceptional tennis courts; a heated indoor pool with 6 lanes of 25 yards, a diving board, water aerobics and private or group lessons. The pool house even has a retractable roof. The heated outdoor pool is 11 feet at its deep end and 3.5 feet at the shallow end with a lap lane. Also, there is a heated kids pool and an outside patio with grill and food service.
Lewis-Palmer District #38 prepares its students to be successful learners, productive citizens and caring contributors to society. Students perform well above national and state averages with the high ACT and SAT math test scores. 85 percent of its graduates qualify for and attend post-secondary schools and universities across the U.S. For more information visit: www.lewispalmer.org.
Nearby the new Monument Marketplace is filled with fine retailers, banks, and great dining. The town of Monument boasts of several fine restaurants and shops as well. Situated so close to Interstate-25 Woodmoor's residents are in close proximity to both Colorado Springs to the south and Denver to the north with all the urban comforts city living presents. A trip into the mountains is a short drive away.
Scenic homes resting on large lots that are gently set within their forested surroundings preserving the natural flow of the original needle-carpeted landscape sums up Woodmoor's appealing ambiance. Both forested and open areas attract families who want to raise their children away from the congestion and influence of urban areas.
Home prices range from the upper $250,000 to $1,000,000.
Woodmoor . . . It truly is the difference between living and living well.
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