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Focus on Columbine Country Club, Littleton Colorado

Posted on at 1:11 pm by Andrea Webber

Columbine Country Club, Littleton Colorado. The history and lifestyle.
1955 saw the establishment of the Columbine Country Club, Littleton Colorado, a championship golf course community with around 200 homesites in the quiet enclave provided by the old 295-acre Heckendorf Farm. The 17 founding members selected this site in the South Platte River Valley just west of Old Town Littleton for its natural beauty, a winding river and open views of the Rocky Mountain Foothills. Using the Colorado State…

Rising Mortgage Rates

Posted on at 1:52 pm by Andrea Webber

Economists warn that rising mortgage rates could have a big impact on buyers shopping for real estate. Every increase in interest rate will exclude a percentage of buyers from becoming owners, especially first-time purchasers. Many have been sitting on the fence on buying while the interest rates have remained so low but seeing home prices rise by double digits per year in some major cities.

The addition of a new cap on the mortgage interest deduction and an additional new cap on state and lo…

Focus on Bow Mar, Littleton Colorado

Posted on at 10:01 am by Andrea Webber

Focus On Bow Mar, Littleton Colorado

How Bow Mar, Littleton Colorado got its name. The history began in the late 19th century. Developed as an agricultural area, it became home to the farms of Joseph Bowles and John Marston, providing food for both Littleton and Denver.

Post World War II, the farmland was purchased to develop single-family housing and became incorporated as a town in its own right in 1958.

Bow Mar homes were originally built around a Frank Lloyd Wright prairie-style des…

EPIC Pass Serves Those Who Have Served Us

Posted on at 7:34 am by Andrea Webber

If you love to ski and serve or have served our country in the military, EPIC Pass is a smorgasbord of skiing and snowboarding with an amazing story behind it.

It all began in Vail. Pete Siebert and Earl Eaton, both World War II veterans, climbed to the top of Vail Mountain in 1957 and saw what would become one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Their determination and passion to bring access to the mountains to others made Vail Valley what it is today.

Ten years ago, EPIC was …

Colorado Forests and Denver’s Homeless

Posted on at 3:21 pm by Andrea Webber

 

People from around the country come to our utopia of scenic views of the Continental Divide, pine, aspen and spruce trees, and rock promontories to relax with family and friends in our National Parks. The Colorado Rockies provide some of the most beautiful backdrops with campgrounds to get away from it all – unless you are one of many of Denver’s homeless.

There are many who are not simply camping. They are living. In the wake of the recent massive cost-of-living increase in the…

Wooded Hangen Ranch Retreat | Evergreen CO

Posted on at 5:21 pm by Andrea Webber

With proximity to historic downtown Evergreen, the area’s highly-rated schools, and elk and deer foraging nearby, your home has all you need to enjoy the best of Colorado’s lifestyle….

Next Generation Luxury Home Buyers

Posted on at 1:02 pm by Andrea Webber

What do the next generation luxury home buyers want? Pretty much everything!

Luxury Portfolio International has dubbed this average age of 37 homebuyers with young families “the new aristocracy.”  Parents of a certain net worth are choosing to gift at least part of an eventual inheritance to allow their grown children to get a good head start in real estate. Luxury real estate, that is.

Having grown up around luxury and branding, the new aristocracy understands that the same applies t…

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