Have you ever wished for a neighborhood where it felt like a vacation destination instead of the average cookie-cutter subdivision that pops up overnight? Maybe someplace where some extra attention to detail went into the planning so that real people can live their real lives there? Instead of the make-do for-now house, you could finally settle in and call a place a true home? Look no further, because it's actually here. Maybe right under your nose even!
Southshore in Southeast Aurora was named the National Community Of The Year and hosted the annual tradition to look forward to here in Colorado, The Parade Of Homes in 2007. Since then, many families have discovered that this wonderfully master-planned community is a true hidden gem.
Built right off of the Aurora Reservoir, this community offers buyers the unique opportunity to live by water. If you're from another state where water is everywhere (such as my husband), that might not sound too special. However, if you've been in the Denver Metro Area for any length of time, you understand that water larger than a pre-fabricated backyard pond is very unique!
If you live in Southshore then walking, biking, or jogging to Aurora Reservoir is just a matter of a couple of blocks. Entrances into the park are located right in the community, and once you step into the park, you've stepped into another world! Wildlife abounds and it's not uncommon to hear and see more types of birds than you thought possible in this area. Sailboats pepper the waters here and there, giving even more vibrant color to the already brilliant blue water. Do you like to fish? You won't be alone! Year round you will see others perfecting their fishing techniques.
Southshore boasts an amazing rec center called "The Lakehouse." This 11,000 square foot building holds a state of the art fitness area, an impeccably decorated yet fully functional community room, a gorgeous swimming pool, and cozy fire pit area. After school programs are hosted here, parties, and everything in between!
So you might be thinking, "if the Parade Of Homes was in this subdivision, then it's out of my reach price-wise. " What's shocking is that the answer would most likely be a "no!" Home prices start in the low 300's, making Southshore an area worth looking into.
Is your interst peaked? Would you like additional information or ask some questions? I'm a Realtor who specializes in this area and believes whole-heartedly in the benefits it has to offer.
Contact me today to see how I can help make your real estate goals a reality!
Krista Ingram - "Positive Attitude - Proven Results"
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