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As one a significant outpost during the Gold Rush, the Denver area has a definite "old west" background. That history attracts (or perhaps creates) many horse lovers and has made equestrian centers some of the most efficiently maintained and expertly staffed facilities in the world.
Yearly events showcase horse skills and riding, while plenty of stables provide homes for horses whose owners do not have acreages. For horse enthusiasts seeking property, there is plenty of options with Denver equestrian homes on the market and other scenic areas of Colorado.
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From Cherry Hills, to Greenwood Village and the wide-open landscapes of Littleton, CO there's equestrian homes throughout our Denver area and surrounding cities to appeal to all types of buyers. In the high end price range, buyers can find complete luxury in multi-million dollar estates surrounded by woods with private horse back trails and premier home amenities. More affordable options include cozy ranches with horse stall barns, corrals and fenced acreages.
The best news about living in and around Denver is that boarding your horse(s) isn't necessary! There are usually plenty of equestrian homes for sale in nearby communities like Arvada, Parker, and Lakewood. Here you'll find well maintained properties with idyllic surroundings and picturesque backdrops, all with room to roam and wonderful stables. With so many horse-friendly homes on the market, there's no reason why you can't have a horse and ride it too!
Are you looking for a Denver property in an equestrian community? Or, are you interested in selling a horse property you own? Let Kenna Real Estate help you get just what you need! Our local real estate experts are passionate, enthusiastic, and have all the local knowledge you need to buy or sell a Denver horse property. Whether you’re buying or selling an equestrian home, contact Kenna Real Estate. You can count on us to work hard for you!
Both horse lovers and horse owners can benefit from living in an equestrian community. You certainly don’t need to own a horse to buy a home in one of these communities! Even if you’re not a horse owner, you can still enjoy a way of life that’s far removed from the city lifestyle. In horse communities you can benefit from a beautiful country setting, perhaps near Littleton, Golden, or Castle Rock. And these special neighborhoods tend to have great access not only to riding stables, but to other country-oriented amenities, including golf courses and clubhouses, and a wide variety of outdoor recreation. When you buy property in an equestrian-oriented community, you also have the chance to enjoy a fantastically rewarding lifestyle. And, if you do own one or more horses, being able to house them on your own rural property just makes life that much better.
It’s not just the rural lifestyle that makes Denver horse properties such great places to live. It’s also the fact that many homes are under 30 minutes away from the city. This allows residents to enjoy the best of both worlds, with easy access to all the highlights of the city, as well as the ability to relax in a peaceful country home. Imagine being able to wake up every morning and spend time with your own horses, on your own property!
Horses have always been an important part of US history, and Denver is no different! Denver was an area of significance during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush of the 1850s. While this era of history has long been over, a little bit of it is still alive in the love of horses that is common to so many Denver residents. Living in one of Denver’s horse properties, you can share that love with your fellow neighbors and community residents.
Denver’s equestrian facilities are some of the best in the world, and there are plenty of annual events at which horse owners can showcase the skills of themselves and their mounts. From polo, to racing, to miles of horse trails, there are lots of opportunities to enjoy all kinds of equestrian sports.
The neighborhoods around Denver are some of the most popular locations in the country for equestrian activities, and there are plenty of great horse properties on the market in and around the city. Equestrian homes can be found in neighborhood communities such as Parker and Wild Pointe Ranch, offering some great variety for property-hunters.
The greater metropolitan area has so much to offer horse-lovers, as well as owners of Denver horse properties. At the start of 2019, the average Denver equestrian property is listing for around $1.5 million, with the average sale price at $670,000. If this is outside your budget, don’t worry! The price of horse properties for sale in Denver ranges from around $265,000 up to more than $10 million. That means there are equestrian properties out there for almost any budget. You can typically find hundreds of Denver horse properties on the market at any given time, including single-family homes as well as large and luxurious estates, and everything in between. Whether you’re simply looking for land, or you’re on the hunt for an extensive property with stables, pasture, and exercise and training yards, Denver can provide.
The greater Denver area is home to some of the country’s most popular equestrian communities. Both Denver and nearby Colorado Springs rank high in the top ten US cities list. Denver and the surrounding countryside ranks high in terms of sheer beauty, and horse owners in this region are able to ride in some of the country’s most spectacular locations. So, it should come as no surprise that homes in Denver’s equestrian neighborhoods are so sought-after. Particularly to the south of Denver, there are several great options that are sure to suit people looking to buy horse properties. The rural and semi-rural towns in this part of the state have a wide range of horse-oriented recreational facilities, as well as all the amenities you need to take good care of your horses.
Around 30 miles south of Denver, the town of Castle Rock offers plenty of opportunity for anyone looking to buy a horse property in this part of Colorado. There are many large and beautiful equestrian homes for sale in the area, complete with land parcels ranging in size from 5 to 40 acres or more. Castle Rock is easily one of the most spectacular places in the greater Denver area for horse riding, with gorgeous locations such as Bayou Gulch Regional Park and Chatfield State Park. Bayou Gulch offers nearly five miles of horse riding trails, and the occasional equestrian event, sponsored by the Colorado Horse Park. At Chatfield State Park, you’ll find around 24 miles of horse riding trails, making it perfect for a half or full-day trip.
This pretty town is snugly nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, making it a beautiful place to live and enjoy equestrian sports. Imagine spending an hour or two every day, riding quiet trails and enjoying spectacular mountain views! In Golden, Colorado, it’s a distinct possibility. There are miles of paths and trails perfectly suited to riding, as well as many other opportunities for outdoor recreation. With both the North Table Mountain Park West Trailhead and William F Hayden Green Mountain Park both close by, it’s hard to believe that Golden is less than 20 miles west of Denver.
Many Denver residents of equestrian homes already know that Littleton has many great horse riding and boarding facilities. There’s the highly-rated Denver Equestrians Riding School, as well as the Denver Polo Club, the American Sport Horses boarding farm, the Littleton Equine Medical Center, and the Colorado Equine Clinic. Although it’s only a 20-minute drive from the center of Denver, Littleton is definitely a horse-oriented neighborhood! Many of the horse properties in Littleton include older homes, as this region has many turn-of-the-century farms and ranches. There are miles of horse tracks and trails and lots of open land, a true paradise for horse lovers and owners.
The town of Parker is located around 25 miles south of Denver, and like many towns south of the city, it’s packed full of great equestrian-oriented facilities. In fact, Parker is considered one of the best communities to live, for equestrian-minded individuals and families. Along with McCabe Meadows and the Salisbury Equestrian Park, you’ll also find miles of great riding trails in this part of Colorado. And, of course, there’s the Colorado Horse Park, which offers extensive boarding facilities, indoor and outdoor riding facilities, and is also one of the state’s premier equestrian eventing locations. This site plays host to numerous top events, including hunter/jumper events, dressage, and more. Whether you’re a rider or just love to be around horses, it’s c
ertain that Parker is a great place to both live and visit!
Wild Pointe Ranch is a new equestrian community under development around one hour’s drive south of Denver. Located near Elizabeth, Franktown, and Parker as well as the Denver Tech Center, this young, fresh neighborhood has beautiful new homes, well-maintained roads and public spaces, and access to several excellent schools. Each home includes several acres of land, and also has access to a great range of amenities. Residents of Wild Pointe Ranch have access to more than 1,000 acres of open space, with horse-friendly recreation spots, hiking trails, a neighborhood fishing pond, public sports and picnic areas, and protected wildlife habitats. The development hasn’t yet finished construction, but already people who love the lifestyle have been flocking to this new neighborhood.
No matter what kind of equestrian property you’re interested in, the agents at Kenna Real Estate are the real estate experts you need. If you’re interested in buying or investing in a horse property, we can help you find the best new listings. And when you find the perfect equestrian home, or just the right piece of land, we’ll be there to help you close the deal.
If you’re selling a horse property, we can help there too! Contact us at Kenna Real Estate, and we’ll put all our expertise into helping you find the right buyer, at the right price.