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For many, the breathtaking views alone are enough to make the idea of living in a golf course community sound like a dream come true. However, if the idea of having a sprawling fairway in your backyard is not enough, below are five additional benefits to living in a golf course community that golfers and non-golfers can both appreciate.
The most obvious and popular reason for golf course living is the convenience of playing the sport itself. The golf course is never far away, so all you have to do is pack up your bags and hit the greens. Many golf communities provide instant access and optimal tee times for their residents, making it your new home is even more appealing. Living on the course gives an avid golfer more time to practice and play.
You don't have to be a golfer to appreciate the breathtaking landscaping found throughout a golf course community. Properties are often taken care of by the homeowners' association as a way of making sure they look their best. Well-maintained landscape and a common architectural and design theme will create continuity and ensures that your home (and everyone else's) is always in top shape. Not only does this make your neighborhood a beautiful place to call home, it also helps to protect property values.
Denver North West Golf Communities
Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Superior
Denver North Golf Communities
Broomfield, Erie, Westminster
Denver East Golf Communities
Aurora, Commerce City, Denver, Thornton
Denver Central Golf Communities
Centennial, Cherry Hills Village, Denver, Englewood
Denver West Golf Communities
Arvada, Golden, Littleton, Morrison
Denver South Golf Communities
Castle Pines, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree
Denver South Eastern Golf Communities
Mountain, Golf & Ski Resort Communities (Coming Soon)
Aspen, Breckenridge, Eagle, Keystone, Steamboat Springs, Telluride, Vail