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Franktown
Bannockburn Subdivision Franktown Horse Properties
By Realty Oasis

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Bannockburn is one of the largest rural subdivisions south of Denver along Highway 83.  This is a great escape to far-reaching mountain views, large lots, ponderosa pine, green meadowland, and spectacular sunsets.  Most of the lots in Bannockburn are zoned as Franktown horse properties.  

This is a wonderful area on the northern edge of Black Forest.  Franktown is located 20 minutes south of Parker and east of Castle Rock, the seat of Douglas County.  Residents find great shopping and services within these two cities.  Big city amenities in Denver and Colorado Springs, including commercial airports, are within 30-45 minutes.  

Details Equestrian Real Estate in Bannockburn

Property sizes are about 5-10 acres.  Lot prices range from $150,000 to $200,000.

Developed in the 1980s, Bannockburn real estate now includes custom and semi-custom homes built over the decades.  Many of the properties include barns, outbuildings, corrals, and fencing.  Domestic wells may be used for animals and agriculture.  Home prices range to $800,000.

Streets includes Deerpath Road, Deerpath Trails, Columbine Drive, Ward Circle, Holden Circle, N. Frontier Lane, Duffy Lane, Tanglewood Road, Meadow Green Circle, Bibles Hill Drive.  The HOA board meets monthly at the Franktown fire station.  They welcome all property owners.  

Amenities

Adding to the favorable neighborhood, Bannockburn is surrounded by countryside full of trails and wildlife.  Castlewood Canyon State Park offers hiking and picnics.  

Schools

The highly regarded Douglas County School District serves families living in Bannockburn.  Students attend Franktown Elementary School, Sagewood Middle School, and Ponderosa High School.
Directions

From Castle Rock, take Highway 86 east to Franktown.  Continue on Highway 86 for approximately 3.5 miles.  Turn north on Deerpath Road.

Real Estate Agents - Colorado Equestrian

For more information about Franktown horse properties, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis in Englewood, Colorado at 303-814-9546.  Also ask about Karen Paul is owner, manager and head horse trainer at Boomerang in Elizabeth, Colorado.  



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