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Oak Hills - Castle Rock Horse Properties
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Castle Rock horse properties in the Oak Hills subdivision showcase lovely single-family homes on large parcels.  Homes in the rolling hills look across the Colorado Rockies from 5+-acre parcels, some with barns.  Expect gorgeous, one-of-a-kind properties with illustrious architecture, lots of space, and extraordinary landscapes.  Bridle trails, magnificent views and romping wildlife romp enhance the equestrian experience.   

Oak Hills eliminates the cost and inconvenience of boarding your horses.  Located just west of Interstate 25, equestrian real estate easily trails, parks, and the North Castle Pines Golf Course.  Residents drive 5 minutes to grocery stores and downtown restaurants and shops, and Denver in 30 minutes.  

Details – Oak Hills Subdivision

Oak Hills features custom homes built since the 1980s and occasional vacant lots.  Today, a few new houses are being offered Copperleaf Homes.  Features may include hardwood floors, custom cabinets, slab granite counters, bay windows, handsome fireplaces, private decks and balconies, huge basements, game rooms, wine cellars, skylights, heated floors, and other upgrades.  

Prices for older fixer uppers begin in the $400,000s while many estate homes could sell for $2 million.  Vacant 5-acre tracts sell for $350,000, illustrating the great demand and favorability of this Oak Hills.  Oak Hills Homeowners Association maintains common areas.  

Streets include N. Pinewood Dr., Oak Ct., N. Heather Dr., N. Pinewood Ct., N. Keith Ct., W. Oakwood Ln., Oak Hills Ln., E. Oak Hills Dr., and W. Oak Hills Dr.

Castle Rock

Midway between the big cities of Denver and Colorado Springs, Castle Rock rules the rural Douglas County area as a horse lover’s paradise.  The medium-sized city is home to 57,000 residents and a pleasant array of shops, big box stores, and restaurants.  Newcomers enjoy the vibrant lifestyle and plenty of activities for all ages.  

Several Castle Rock parks are close to Oak Hills.  Daniels Park includes a thousand acres of open space, hiking trails, and historic buildings.  Elk Ridge Park and Retreat Park offer playgrounds, fields, climbing walls and picnic areas near Oak Hills.  Surrounding open space, horse trails, and equine events at Douglas County Fairgrounds all help make this a great option for equestrians.

Schools

Douglas County School District offers open enrollment for students living in the county.  Oak Hills is in the area assigned to Buffalo Ridge Elementary School, Rocky Heights Middle School, and Rocky Canyon High School.  Private options are also available.  

Directions

From Denver, take Interstate 25 South to exit 192/Ridge Gate Parkway toward Surrey Ridge.  Turn right on S. Havana St.  Turn right on W. Oak Hill Lane and bear left.  Turn right on W. Oak Hills Drive.

Real Estate Agents – Equine Specialists

For more information about Castle Rock horse properties in Oak Hill subdivision, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis at 303-814-9546.  Also, ask about Karen Paul with Boomerang Horse Training in Elizabeth, Colorado.



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