Go from your front porch to the fairways at The Village at Castle Pines
Whether you enjoy hitting the sticks or not, there are some advantages to golf course living. At the Village at Castle Pines we can boast, not one, but two, world-class, 18-hole Jack Nicklaus designed courses one at the Castle Pines Golf Club and one at the Country Club of Castle Pines.
And one of the distinct advantages to being a resident of The Village is that you don’t have to be a member of either club to enjoy living here and enjoying the golf course lifestyle. You’ll want to once you see the amazing transformation they made recently but the bottom line is, it’s up to you.
So why would you want to live at The Village at Castle Pines if you don’t play golf?
Golf cart use on private roads
The Village was designed as a resort style community which means our roads are private and, as such, you can use golf carts on our roads to get to the golf course, the Canyon Club Complex or over to your neighbor’s house. Golf carts that use the roads must be street legal and driven by licensed drivers. But sometimes, on a cool summer evening, a drive in the golf cart is a lovely thing to do. It feels like you’re on vacation – but it’s home.
A potential market of interested buyers
With Club members from all over the Denver metro area as well as several high-profile golf tournaments, homes in the Village are continually sought after by passionate golfers. Indeed, the Castle Pines County Club and the Village at Castle Pines enjoy a symbiotic relationship. Sometime club members decide they want to live in the Village and sometimes residents decide they want to join the lifestyle club with its amazing amenities. Either way, we’re glad we’re neighbors.
Beautiful, well-maintained grounds
Hands down the biggest advantage to golf course living are the amazing, beautiful, well-maintained grounds. Both courses are immaculately maintained and provide a lovely place to wander for the plethora of wildlife in the Village. It’s not just the beautiful expanses of grass and greens, either. The courses include ponds, waterfalls, and beautiful annual flowers throughout. It’s lovely.
You don’t have to love golf to love golf course living. With two championship level golf courses, beautifully maintained clubs and a community designed to support the resort-style golf lifestyle there’s a lot to love off the course as well.
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