Laura DuHot wants potential homebuyers to discover The Enclave, Denver’s best kept secret.
The collection of 145 luxury single-family homes is located on the award-winning 18-hole Green Valley Ranch Golf Club, home of the Colorado Open.
“You enter the Enclave driving through a canopy of cottonwoods. It’s like entering an enchanted forest,” said Duhot, new home advisor for Oakwood Homes. “When you live here, you don’t feel like you live in the city.”
Home buyers looking to escape city life and have easy access to the golf club’s Smokehouse and Oyster Bar restaurant will have to act quickly.
Oakwood now has the last six homes and one quick move available, Duhot says, and she expects them to sell quickly.
Build your dream home
Buyers can choose from five floor plans to place on one of six homes along the golf course. Construction is estimated to take 12-14 months.
Available plans for the homes starting in the mid-$700s range from 2,064 square foot ranch homes to two-story 5,633 square feet. They all come with garages for three cars and the option of finished basements.
Home buyers can work with experts at Oakwood’s 10,000-square-foot design center to select design finishes to personalize their homes.
With plenty of windows and open floor plans, the light-filled homes have large front porches and backyard patios to provide outdoor living spaces.
The homes appeal to new buyers, ranging from empty nesters and soon empty nesters to young families and young professionals without children, says Duhot.
Location, location, location
While The Enclave offers homeowners an oasis from the city, it’s still conveniently located near Denver International Airport and about 20 minutes from downtown.
In addition to the award-winning golf club, homebuyers can also take advantage of 10 miles of trails that connect to the Highline Canal Trail. Located near protected wetlands, the community is also a bird watcher’s paradise.
“Soon you’ll be able to watch the sunset over both the golf course and the Rocky Mountains from your front porch,” said Corey Kemp, luxury home marketing manager at Oakwood Homes.
The Enclave’s 2,400-square-foot pool is a community gathering place. The pool has a beach access, sun terrace and a special lane for swimming laps. The pool offers poolside deck chairs and a covered pavilion with two seating areas, an outdoor fireplace, and a lawn for picnics, games, and more.
As the area near The Enclave continues to develop, more amenities are opening nearby, including a new Sprouts Market on 56th and Tower Road. The planned Flyway, a 32-acre retail space that includes a Costco and other stores and restaurants, will open this fall.
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