Bonnie Ridge Elizabeth Colorado Real Estate
Way out in the boonies between Denver and Colorado Springs, discover Elizabeth Colorado real estate of dreams. Tranquil Bonnie Ridge was developed in 1978 with 40 beautiful five-acre lots zoned for horses. Tall ponderosa pine and Rocky Mountains foothills provide privacy and stunning scenery at 6400-foot elevations.
Close to both schools and shopping, the serene neighborhood lies just north of Highway 86 in Elbert County. It really is the best of both worlds for horses and riders. On the north side of Elizabeth, Bonnie Ridge subdivision is located between CR 17 and CR 21 next to Saddlewood subdivision.
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Details - Bonnie Ridge Horse Properties
The developed properties in Bonnie Ridge include a variety of homes built over the decades. Over time, homes have been remodeled and upgraded. There are also newer homes and vacant lots. Home styles embrace the Colorado architecture and are of substantial size. Sample homes feature 3 to 5 bedrooms and 2002 4000 square feet. Prices for homes begin at $500,000.
Streets include Bonnie Ridge Drive, Annie Circle, Down West Ride, and Katie Drive.
The Bonnie Ridge community features private horse trails, open spaces, and a riding arena. Up to five horses are permitted on each lot and they must be kept corralled in an area totaling 1500 square feet. The lots are not large enough for extended grazing.
This is a covenant-protected subdivision designed to enhance property values. Utilities are underground. Property owners are automatically members of the Bonnie Ridge Foundation. All lots are restricted to single-family homes. Covenants are available on the Bonnie Ridge homeowner’s website. Bonnie Ridge HOA may be reached at PO Box 926, Elizabeth, CO 90107.
Elizabeth Colorado Real Estate
Horse properties in Elizabeth Colorado are the norm. Much of the Elizabeth real estate is comprised of rural parcels. Some are fenced and feature barns and outbuildings, pens and tack rooms. Larger properties with 20-100 acres may also have gardens, grazing fields, or ponds. So equestrian enthusiasts are right at home in the Elizabeth, a town of 1400 residents
Bonnie Ridge is in the Douglas County School District which offers open enrollment. Running Creek Elementary School, Elizabeth Middle Junior School, and Elizabeth High School are close to Bonnie Ridge.
Elbert County Real Estate Agents - Elizabeth
For more information about Elizabeth Colorado real estate and horse properties, please call Michael Paul of Realty Oasis at 303-814-9546.
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