18th Sep, 2016

Bannockburn Country – Douglas County Equine Real Estate

Bannockburn Country – Douglas County Equine Real Estate

Retrieve your dreams off of the back burner!  Check out the beautiful Douglas County equine real estate in Franktown’s Bannockburn neighborhood.  You can bring your horses and trot through the foothills and Rocky Mountains or into Black Forest. Set midst ponderosa pine and meadowland, Bannockburn offers stunning views of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  South of Denver, Bannockburn is a large country subdivision near Highway 83 in Franktown.

Franktown sits at 6100 foot elevations.  The rural community is home to approximately 400 residents.  Plenty of shopping, restaurants, and services are close by in Castle Rock and Parker.  And the Denver International Airport only 45 minutes north of Franktown.

Details –Bannockburn Properties

Featuring large lots ranging from 5 acres to 10 acres, most of Bannockburn is zoned for horses.  Bannockburn real estate comprises custom and semi-custom homes.  Development began in the 1980s.  Vacant lots are available.  Lot prices range from $150,000 to $200,000; home prices range to $800,000.

Bibles Hill Drive, Columbine Drive, Deerpath Road, Deerpath Trails, Duffy Lane, Frontier Lane, Holden Circle, Meadow Green Circle, Tanglewood Road, and Ward Circle are streets in Bannockburn.


Douglas County Equine Real EstateThe Western lifestyle permeates the neighborhood.  Wildlife traverse native habitat.  Neighborhood trails connect to the Castlewood Canyon State Park.  Many of the properties include barns, outbuildings, corrals, and fencing.  Domestic wells may be used for animals and agriculture.  Covenants allow for up to five approved animals. Approved animals may include horses, donkeys, and alpacas; a beef animal and up to 10 chickens. RV’s are permitted.

Although the subdivision is managed by an HOA, fees are minimal ($25/month).  The board and property owners meet at the Franktown Fire Station every month.


Douglas County School District operates Franktown Elementary School, Sagewood Middle School, and Ponderosa High School for families living in the area.


From Castle Rock, take Highway 86 east to Franktown and continue another 3.5 miles.  Turn north on Deerpath Road.

Real Estate Agents – Douglas County

For more information about Douglas County equine real estate, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis in Englewood, Colorado at 303-814-9546.  Need horse training?  Karen Paul is owner, manager and head horse trainer at Boomerang in Elizabeth, Colorado.

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