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TORREY PEAKS QUICK FACTS: Jefferson R-1 School District (Ryan Elementary, Mandalay Middle, Standley Lake High) / Built in 1990’s / HOA – $27 per month which includes trash removal / Highest sold price 2015: $315,000 /
The Torrey Peaks Lifestyle
History: Most homes were built in the late 1980’s and early to mid 1990’s. Richmond Homes was the builder. There is a 14’er in Colorado by the way named Torrey’s Peak, which I just discovered.
Housing: Houses come in a variety of sizes starting at about 1,400 square feet and go up to over 3,500 square feet in this incredibly popular Westminster neighborhood. Because homes were built in the 1980’s and 1990’s many sellers today have updated and remodeled so buyers have their choice of a fresh (almost) new home- they’ve also finished the basements so you’ll enjoy more living space. HOA is approximately $27 per month and includes trash removal.
Family Fitness: The Westminster City Park Fitness Center (which sits on the mammoth Westminster City Park) is just a short drive south on Sheridan Blvd where Westminster residents enjoy a discount on membership and services. The 7,000 square foot facility includes 20 treadmills, 17 ellipticals, 3 steppers, 2 stepmills, 7 upright bikes, 7 recumbent bikes, 2 concept II rowing machines, Magnum strength training equipment, expanded free weights, 2,500-square-foot aerobics studio, mind/body studio offering yoga and massage, child care area, and trekking, spinning and pilates classes (in other words, there’s something for everyone!). There’s also a 24 Hour Fitness and Orange Theory Fitness at the 120th Ave and Sheridan Blvd shopping centers. Ryan Park (which is located right next to Ryan Elementary) within the neighborhood is a great place to go and play softball, enjoy the playground, play basketball, ride bikes, skateboard, and even picnic under the shelters. Also, Broomfield County Commons park is a very short drive north on Sheridan Blvd where the 300 acre park includes 237 acres of open space and 80 acres of ball fields, picnic pavilions, playground equipment and an off-leash dog park. Also located next door to Greenway Park neighborhood with a golf course!
According to a recent survey by qazzoo.com a whopping 42% of home buyers complained about a “lack of timely follow up by the real estate agent.” I can promise you, that will NEVER happen with me! I return phone calls and emails 7 days a week.
Restaurants & Shopping: The Broomfield Town Center at 120th Ave and Sheridan Blvd, a very short distance of the neighborhood, includes a number of restaurants and stores such as Home Depot, King Soopers, Petco, Old Chicago, United Chinese Restaurant, Zo Sushi and Thai. On the opposite side (Westminster) is another large shopping center that features Sprouts, Krisers Pet Supply, Chipotle, Staples, and Big Lots. Across the street to the west is a Kohl’s Dept Store. And don’t forget Willow Run pet supply store up the hill from Kohls, plus a car wash and Auto Zone for your convenience as well.
Distance to nearest RTD Park and Ride: 8 min drive to US 36 and Broomfield (Transit Way) and 8 min drive to Wagon Rd (120th & I-25)
No rental or owner carry calls please!