Courtesy of Kentwood Real Estate
DENVER, CO – While real estate news outlets focus on the migration to resort markets from cities, attributed to the COVID pandemic, a Southwest Littleton neighborhood provides both Colorado mountain resort relocation as well as California coastal city relocation.
“Showing activity on my Littleton listings has been dominated by relocation to the metro area; primarily from mountain resort towns as well as California. Reasons for this seem to vary, but the goal is the same - to be in close proximity to Denver while still enjoying the outdoors and beautiful open space that Colorado is known for,” said Realtor Karen Brinckerhoff.
Brinckerhoff currently has three active listings within The Polo Reserve located just south of the Columbine Valley off of West Mineral Avenue and South Platte Canyon Road. These listings vary drastically in size, features and price, yet share commonalities of their location and outdoor offerings.
7100 South Platte Canyon Road is listed at $4,685,000 with eight bedrooms, 13 baths, 21,903 finished square feet and a six-car garage plus golf cart bay on 3.21 acres. A historic two-story barn and guest house also sit on the property. For more information on this listing visit www.7100splattecanyon.com.
6990 Polo Ridge Drive is listed at $3,350,000 and has five bedrooms, eight baths, 11,731 finished square feet and a four-car garage. Positioned on 1.23 acres, this listing has a multitude of different outdoor gathering spaces including an outdoor wood-burning fireplace. For more information on this listing visit www.6990spoloridge.com.
Four Arabian Place is listed at $1,495,000 and has five bedrooms, five baths and a three-car garage on almost a half-acre. Additional features include a Koi pond, dog run and garden area. For more information on this listing visit www.4arabianplace.com.
The Polo Reserve is an exclusive gated community located just West of Santa Fe providing quick access to Denver and the Mountains and just south of Columbine Country Club. Outdoor amenities of The Polo Reserve include a lake just to the east, walking trails and the Columbine Polo and Equestrian Club which hosts the annual Denver Polo Classic.
“The Polo Reserve is a hidden gem. It has many similarities to the popular Cherry Hills and Greenwood Village neighborhoods, but 20 minutes further west toward the mountains,” Brinckerhoff explains. “I’ve been selling real estate in the area for over 25 years and this is the first time I’ve seen such dominant relocation interest from such diverse markets.”
Karen Brinckerhoff believes that there is a perfect home for every buyer and a buyer for every home. She achieves successful closings through dedication and a responsibility to her clients. Her approach is to listen to you and to understand the needs and wants of your family. She combines enthusiasm and experience in a professional and personal style.
For more information on The Polo Reserve and Denver Metro real estate, contact Karen Brinckerhoff at 303-898-9825 or www.KarenBrinckerhoff.com.
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