Discover a high-excitement, low-maintenance lifestyle in Colorado with The Legends Collection by Classic Homes. The collection features four newly designed, spacious ranch-style paired-patio homes — with landscaping plus snow and trash removal included. If you want to savor every moment in this beautiful state, the perfect option awaits for your own personal legend to unfold.
The four plans within The Legends Collection are masterfully designed to fit the needs and desires of homeowners. Any of the four plans can be built within the following stunning communities that Classic Homes builds in: Sanctuary Pointe, The Village of Cortona at Flying Horse, Wolf Ranch and Lexington Crossing at Briargate. There’s a reason why locally-owned Classic Homes has been named Best Home Builder for 10 years running. With a commitment to quality, value and customer satisfaction, they build more than homes, they build communities and create new friends and neighbors in the process.
Within The Legends Collection, The Avondale plan is 2,929 square feet, the Telluride plan is 3,129 square feet, the Maroon Bell plan is 3,547 square feet and the San Isabel plan is 4,298 square feet. The size range is so wide it can accommodate those who want to downsize, as well as those who don’t want to sacrifice any space at all. One thing remains consistent in all the plans — carefree living.
“These are the types of homes where you can just enjoy life,” said Kim Sandoval, Director of Corporate Marketing for Classic Homes. “We’ve found over the years that people want low-maintenance living options for an easier everyday life. Some people want to downsize, others want more time to go on adventures, some want more of a sense of community — it’s an exciting option for many and has been very well received. There are also people who may go away all winter or have multiple properties, and they can rest assured that the exterior of their home will be taken care of through all seasons and weather conditions.”
The Legends Collection was designed to have durable, quality materials both inside and out, to keep maintenance at a minimum. The gorgeous stucco and stone exterior, two-by-six construction of exterior walls and engineered foundation system make for solid architecture; while a Rheem 50-gallon gas water heater, Carrier gas furnace with up to 96.5 percent efficiency, Whirlpool appliances and vinyl low-E glass windows support an energy-efficient interior. To top it off, the space is adorned by elegant decor, from the granite slab or quartz counter tops in the kitchen and master; to the laminate wood and ceramic flooring; to the oak cabinetry; to the stainless steel appliances.
Model homes for the San Isabel and Telluride can be toured at Sanctuary Pointe. This community, located in Monument, is the perfect haven to enjoy low-maintenance living, with its peaceful treed ambiance. A fantastic trail system within the community connects to the New Santa Fe Trail and affords innumerable opportunities for walking, hiking and mountain biking. “It’s aesthetically designed to feel like you’re living in natural forest setting,” said Sandoval. “It’s secluded, it’s away from everything, but it’s close to anything — with quick access to I-25, Colorado Springs, Castle Rock and Denver.” Located in School District 38 and close to every day conveniences, homes start in the $400s. Currently, Classic Homes has eight patio homes under construction and several available home sites.
San Isabel and Telluride model homes can also be toured in The Village of Cortona at Flying Horse. Starting in the upper $300s, the collection is made up of tranquil cul-de-sacs with little thru-traffic. Of the 54 homesites within the Legends Collection, 13 are sold and 12 inventory homes are under construction. The charm of Flying Horse is apparent the moment you step foot on the grounds. An 18-hole private golf course, clubhouse, onsite spa and salon, steakhouse, concierge medical center, athletic club, group fitness classes, pocket parks and walking trails make for a stimulating resort lifestyle. It is also located in School District 20, providing excellent academic opportunities for kids. Flying Horse has been named Best New Home Development by The Gazette for past two years, and if you visit you’ll see why.
Wolf Ranch is a lively community with an abundance of amenities and events for the whole family. Located conveniently off the Powers Corridor in District 20, the community is 1900 acres in total, with 300 acres of open space. The Legends Collection is located in a quaint and cozy area, and is made up of four cul-de-sacs with only eight homes per streetway. Many of the patio homes back to open space and start in the $360s. The Maroon Bell and Telluride model homes can be viewed here. “People who move into this community make friends quickly,” said Sandoval. “There are parks, trails, an entertainment pavilion, picnic tables, a recreation center with year-round swimming pool, a splash park for the kids in the summer, playgrounds, dog parks and more.” The community also hosts potlucks, a summer concert series and many other social events.
Last but not least is Lexington Crossing at Briargate, an established community in D20. Here, The Legends Collection is an infill project, which means the build area is located in an established neighborhood with quick access to hospitals, employment, food, restaurants and more. There are only 40 paired-patio homesites in total, all accessible off of cul-de-sacs. Currently, seven are under contract, two have been closed on, nine are ready for quick move-in and just over 20 can be built from the ground up. The community is has many nearby parks, including Rampart Park right across the street. Homes start in the $340s.
Classic’s Legends Collection provides residents a beautiful home where they can enjoy low-maintenance, live-in-the-moment liberty, and a serious second chance at the pursuit of happiness.
To learn more, call 719-888-3445 or visit ClassicHomes.com.