A horse lover's dream, peaceful Burning Tree Ranch opens up those starry nights and fresh mountain air. It features prestigious Franktown CO equine real estate south of Denver in the Rocky Mountain foothills. Drive through the rustic gate to feast upon forests and meadows in Burning Tree Ranch. Outside the decks and windows, residents often spot deer, porcupine, fox, owls, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, and other awesome wildlife and birds. And they enjoy wonderful views of Pikes Peak and Longs Peak.
Rural Franktown is located east of Interstate 25 at the Greenland exit. About two minutes from the Franktown post office, Burning Tree Ranch offers convenient access to Castle Rock, Denver tech center and light rail. The Denver International Airport is about 50 minutes north.
Details - Burning Tree Ranches
The Burning Tree Ranch equestrian neighborhood includes 68 home sites with variable slopes and vegetation. These are large parcels ranging from about 3 to 7 acres with a few larger-acreage parcels. Lot prices begin in the mid $200,000s. High quality Colorado homes on treed lots range from 3-6 bedrooms and up to 5000+ square feet. Prices begin in the mid $500,000s. Properties rarely come on the market.
Amenities - Burning Tree Ranch
Besides the gorgeous Front Range setting, residents enjoy several perks. A 40-acre bridle path wends its way through the aesthetically pleasing community. Zoning usually allows one animal for each half acre, an animal such as horses, mules, cows or llamas. More miniature horses, swine, sheep, goats, or alpacas are permitted. To protect the natural beauty, the utility lines -- power, telephone, and natural gas-- are buried. Douglas County maintains the roads.
Burning Tree Ranch Homeowners Association (BTRHA) provides organization and management for the community. It takes on everything from events to clean up days to coordination of the building covenants. The HOA presents lots of information on the neighborhood website.
Streets include Burning Tree Trail, Burning Tree Drive, Burnt Oak Drive, Burning Ridge Drive, Burnt Oak Trail, Burning Ridge Court, Cedar Court, and Burning Tree Square.
Directions to Burning Tree Ranch
From Denver, take Interstate E-470 S to Exit 5 for CO-83 S/Parker Road. Turn left on CO-83 S/S Parker Road and continue 11 miles. Turn left on CO-86 E and left on Burning Tree Drive/Burning Tree Square.
Real Estate Agents – Douglas County Colorado
For more information about Douglas County equine real estate, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis in Englewood, Colorado at 303-814-9546. For help perfecting your equestrian skills, ask about Karen Paul and training sessions at Boomerang in Elizabeth, Colorado.