Founded in the 1970s, the Burning Tree neighborhood in Columbine Valley consists of 122 homes settled between the Columbine Country Club and the Polo Reserve. Prices for these homes range from $400,000 to $900,000, making it an ideal community for middle to upper-middle class families and couples. There is a wide variety in age from newlywed couples and empty nesters that have lived here since they built their home in the 1980’s. A far cry from the suburban stereotype of identical homes jam-packed right next to each other, the homes of Burning Tree are eclectic in their architectural style, age, landscaping, and size. Furthermore, these unique and inviting homes are situated on generous lots of land, the majority of which are at least 10,000 square feet. As you enter the neighborhood, you’ll immediately notice that the homeowners take great pride in their community, evident in their beautiful flowerbeds, winding brick entryways, and gorgeous landscaping. The mature trees and lack of fences contribute to the neighborhood’s unconfined, airy, and natural ambience.
In addition to its natural beauty, Burning Tree affords residents access to a host of amenities, including an outdoor pool, four tennis courts, a basketball court, a playground for the younger kids and three different park areas for residents to enjoy. The HOA also has a social director, so there are many fun events throughout the year. Examples include an Easter egg hunt, a big 4th of July party at the pool, bags tournament in August, and a holiday party in December. The community also organizes bunko events and a book club, which help residents meet neighbors who share common interests. With all of these internal sources of recreation, amusement, and relaxation, residents can always find entertainment without even leaving their own neighborhood.
Along with the aforementioned benefits of residing in Burning Tree, families with children are often motivated to live here because of the highly rated Littleton schools. Wilder Elementary is incredibly popular and highly regarded by parents, as is Wilder Middle School. Heritage High School is also seen as a premier destination for academics as well as sports, and it has been named as one of the top schools in Denver by 5280 magazine, and one of the best in America by Newsweek Magazine. Ultimately, there are many reasons for moving to the Burning Tree neighborhood, which include the location, mature scenic beauty, numerous amenities, and strong communal presence.
For more information about living in Burning Tree, contact Kim Byers at 303-618-6806 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Michelle Potter, Realtor in Denver
5280 Magazine "5 Star Denver Real Estate Agent"