Phenomenal Views and Location


The historic past belonged to the pioneers who settled around the headwaters of West Cherry Creek.  Now the future belongs to the few fortunate families, the New Settlers, who will occupy the 16 choice homesites of Cherry Springs Ranch. Living at Cherry Springs Ranch you’re within minutes of shops, stores, churches, galleries, banking, medical, restaurant, recreational and transportation resources.  Golf courses are conveniently near—as are the outstanding schools of District 38.  Just 16 minutes from the Shops at Briargate, 40 minutes from Park Meadows mall (Denver) or the Colorado Springs Airport.  Only 65 minutes from DIA.  If yours is a family that wants to be close to nature—but not too far from everything else—you owe it to yourself to explore Cherry Springs Ranch. 

The historic townsite of Gwillimville (1870 – 1920) lies at the center of Cherry Springs Ranch, with the old stage road still clearly visible where it crosses the valley and disappears into the Ponderosas.  Along the creek, an occasional fox or deer share the tranquility with grazing Texas Longhorns.  Canada geese and mallards still nest by the pond that, more than a century ago, provided water for the settlers. Though red tail hawks, eagles and prairie falcons still soar above, the dusty stage road has given way to uncongested highways that offer an easy commute to either Colorado Springs or Denver.

A small portion of Cherry Springs Ranch has been set aside for 16 luxury homes—with lot sizes ranging from 2.5 to 20 acres. 175 acres remain in use as a working ranch, where historic Longhorn cattle graze each summer.

Enjoyment of wide open spaces need not come at the price of compromise in modern infrastructure.  State-of- the-art fiberoptic telecommunications will keep you connected. Comcast and Century Link serve every lot, as do electric and natural gas providers. The generous water allocation is twice that of of nearby developments. If you are thinking about an expansive lawn, garden, or swimming pool, Cherry Springs Ranch homeowners have those options.

Call Stan Searle to tour the property, 719-481- 3735.



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