30th Jan, 2017

Timber Pointe Real Estate in Franktown

Timber Pointe Real Estate in Franktown

Real Estate in FranktownDrive through the lighted waterfall entry and rustic signage to your forested oasis in Timber Pointe.  Off CO-86, the gated real estate in Franktown offers a great escape from city life.  The exclusive gated community spans 60 acres in the northern edge of the Black Forest.  Old Ponderosa pine add privacy to the rolling topography.  Views open to rocky meadowlands and open spaces.  Hiking trails lead through the pristine Colorado scenery.

The rural subdivision lies at 6000 foot elevations in eastern, unincorporated Douglas County, about seven miles east of Castle Rock and 5 miles south of Parker.  There are many places around Franktown to board and ride horses.  Ride through the sheer canyon walls and rolling trails at Castlewood Canyon State Park nearby.

Timber Pointe – Details

Real Estate in FranktownThe rural subdivision encompasses a dozen large lots.  These custom home sites range from 3.13 acres to 7.12 acres.  Prices range from the mid $200,000s to the mid $300,000s and the last parcel sold this week. Amenities include protective covenants that exclude horses, underground utilities, paved roads, trails, and plenty of wildlife.  Parcels sit along Wild Timber Court, a large cul de sac.


Historic Franktown is home to 500 residents who enjoy spacious farms, ranches, and estates in Douglas County.  The town sits at the intersection of CO-83 and CO-86.  History at this important crossroads can be studied at a small local museum.  A prominent horse rescue, Drifter’s Hearts of Hope operates a 350-acre ranch in Franktown and offers volunteer equestrian opportunities.

Timber Pointe nestles a mile east of Franktown.  It is all easily accessible to shopping and dining locally.  Other conveniences and services are minutes away in Castle Rock, Parker, Denver, and Colorado Spirngs.  Important to the modern Western lifestyle, hospitals, malls, schools, golf courses, sporting and equestrian activities are all in the area.

Real Estate in FranktownSchools

The innovative Douglas County School District serves families.  The county offers open enrollment.


From Denver, take Interstate 25, go south to the Founders Parkway exit.  Turn left and continue 4.2 miles.  Turn left on CO-86 and continue 6 miles.  The Timber Pointe gate is on the left.

Central Colorado Rural Realtors

For more information about Franktown and Douglas County horse properties, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis at 303-814-9546.  Need horse training?  Ask about the services of wife Karen Paul with Boomerang Horse Training in Elizabeth, Colorado.

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