Life at altitude in Sterling Ranch
Updated: Apr 10, 2018
Some of Wonderland's best homesites are selling fast, and with a nearby pocket park, green belt, and higher elevation views, it's easy to see why
Note: Blue lots are available Wonderland lots. Red lots have sold. Only 5 lots left!
One of my favorite aspects of Sterling Ranch is how the terrain looks and feels distinctly Colorado. The foothills looming outside every Sterling Ranch front door certainly adds to this feel, but another reason why Providence Village feels like a Colorado community is due to the natural elevation changes you see throughout the neighborhood. In other words, there's actually high ground available for homes, parks, and everything else. Great news for those of you who like big views and the feng shui of living at higher elevations - there are still prime hilltop lots available for purchase in the community!
For example, Wonderland has 5 lots available on one of the best hilltops in Providence Village. Lot 486 is one of my favorites (check out the blue lot immediately next to the oval pocket park in the graphic above). This oversized 8,540 square foot lot will have a beautiful Meadowlark model built on it (awesome family floorplan) - giving you great curb appeal, a
generous green belt strip adjacent to the west side of the lot, and of course you'll walk out your front door straight into a pocket park. Hard to beat!
Though you can make the Meadowlark model your own, generally this Wonderland model starts in the mid-$600s and boasts approximately 3,200 finished square feet (almost 5,000 square feet if you finish the basement). You can also opt for between 3-7 bedrooms and 3.5-6 bathrooms.
Wonderland's 4 other available lots don't yet have designated models, so you have even more options to customize by selecting your ideal floorplan.
If you're interested in learning more about Wonderland's lot availability and the new-build process, send me an e-mail any time (email@example.com). I've helped my clients build more than a dozen Wonderlands, and I'd love to help you, too. Also, in case you're curious, here's a Roundup post on how a realtor fits into the new-build process from a services, logistics, and cost perspective.