Spotlight: Flying Horse: Premiere Lifestyle Community

By Leslie Massey Y SpringshousesCom | The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO), May 25, 2013 | Go to article overview

Spotlight: Flying Horse: Premiere Lifestyle Community


Leslie Massey Y SpringshousesCom, The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO)


Choosing a home is about more than just finding a nice house. Buyers are on the hunt for the right neighborhood, the right schools and the right lifestyle fit for their family.

Flying Horse continues to be one of the most desirable master planned communities in Colorado Springs by providing premiere lifestyle packages among the best in Colorado. Flying Horse boasts a broad selection of stylish home designs, captivating views, award- winning schools and unparalleled amenities.

With home prices starting in the $200,000s to custom homes priced over $1 million, Flying Horse delivers an option for almost any lifestyle and any income demographic. Quick move-in homes are available or you can start customizing your own dream home today and personalize it from the ground up. No one knows the needs of your family better than you, and in Flying Horse you have the ability to find just what you're looking for. From low-maintenance patio homes up to one or two acre home sites, there's something for everyone.

Eight fully decorated model homes are now open for viewing, from Colorado Springs finest homebuilders including Classic Homes, Saddletree Homes, Bella Vita Custom Homes, Goetzmann Homes, Vanguard Homes, and Saint Aubyn homes.

Within the community of Flying Horse, eleven "Villages" all convey the feeling of country

Harris Group Realty, along with The Organization of Westside Neighbors (OWN) will be holding their annual Dump & Donate Day on Saturday, June 8th from 9:00 a.m. - Noon at the Coronado High School parking lot. Bring your new or gently used items for donation to Catholic Charities and a dumpster will be on site for trash, but no garbage, please. Opportunities will be available to recycle paint, tires, batteries, small electronics, (a fee of $10 for TVs up to 40", $10 for computer monitors) and all types of appliances, garden equipment, scrap metal, motor oil and yard chemicals. The Springs Fire Department will have a chipper on site for branches up to 9 inches in diameter. We will also have a booth with information on Flood Preparedness in the wake of the Waldo Canyon club living with enclaves, open spaces, three neighborhood parks and an 18-hole Tom Weiskopf Signature Golf Course. Each Village comes with its own character and architecture along with a variety of home types and prices.

The newest home buying opportunity and model home showcase in Flying Horse is in The Village of Messina. Located just south of the Village of Saratoga bordering hole number 12 on the golf course, you'll find brand new model homes from Classic Homes and Saint Aubyn Homes. …

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