Denver Area Horse Properties And Equestrian Facilities For Sale

Horse and equestrian properties for sale in and around denver, franktown elizabeth, brightonDenver and the surrounding communities are known for a broad selection of horse properties and equestrian neighborhoods. Armstrong Real Estate understands the needs of horse enthusiasts and specializes in properties ranging from one to fifty acres zoned for horses. Our agents accommodate buyers and sellers from all disciplines from dressage and jumping to roping and reining.

Central Denver offers real estate options for horse properties within the prestigious community of Cherry Hills Village. Considered to be one of the most exclusive communities in Denver, here clients interested in luxury real estate and equestrian facilities will find expansive country style estates with up to 15 acres of land. Cherry Hills Village offers many options for the discerning equine enthusiast with properties beginning just under 1$ million. There is no commercial zoning in Cherry Hills Village and an atmosphere of peace and tranquility exists despite being only 5 miles from down town Denver.
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Just south of Denver the communities of Larkspur and Aurora offer a range of horse properties and equestrian facilities. Larkspur is situated on the northern slope of the Pike National Forest and offers a strikingly beautiful mountain landscape for home owners. Here luxury country estates are available as well as ranch properties with acreage. The growing, suburban community of Aurora is less remote and is just nine miles south and east of Denver. Located here are an abundance of smaller ranches and farms within the Denver city limits. Home buyers seeking property equipped for horses in close proximity to all the amenities of the city should consider Aurora. Resident riders are also provided with access to the Sand Creek Greenway Trail and High Line Canal Trail.

To the west of Denver are the vibrant communities of Longmont and Boulder which both offer equine enthusiasts a variety of real estate options nestled against the back drop of the picturesque Rocky Mountains. A short thirty minute drive from Denver, Longmont offers numerous equestrian facilities within close proximity to the charming and historical Longmont down town district. Longmont has been routinely named in Money Magazine’s top 100 places to live and it’s ideal location is among one of the main reasons. With stunning mountain views and close proximity to Boulder, Longmont offers amenities for the outdoor enthusiast. Here home buyers will find horse farms and equestrian properties that reach well into the multi-million dollar price range. Numerous local equine facilities offer 4-H programs, horse shows, and therapeutic riding programs.

Boulder horse properties are some of the most serene and picturesque in all of Colorado and are located just minutes from the thriving city center of Boulder in the western foothills or eastern plains. Boulder horse properties are surrounded by acres of undisturbed open space and natural preserves, in the shadow of the magnificent rockies. Restrictions on new construction in the community of Boulder have resulted in peaceful and serene enclaves for horse enthusiasts that remain un-encroached upon by  growing populations. Boulder property owners enjoy close proximity to the progressive down town region as well as immediate mountain access. Just a few, local horse-friendly trails include Flatirons Vista, Mesa Trail, South Boulder Creek, and Marshall Mesa.

Several communities located in northern Colorado boast extensive options for home buyers in the market for equestrian facilities. Colorado State University’s Equine Science program and vet school located in Fort Collins attracts equine professionals from around the world, and there is no shortage of available horse properties. Local zoning allows for horses to be kept within city limits are there are numerous properties with acreage available just minutes from the thriving downtown corridor of Fort Collins. Loveland is also situated just 45 minutes north of Denver along the front range and like Fort Collins, retains a unique personality and small town charm. Here horse owners enjoy unparalleled views of the Rocky Mountains and easy access to the Big Thompson River. There are several neighborhoods and subdivisions within the city limits dedicated to horse owners as well as undeveloped land available at a variety of prices. Marti's Horse Farm and Pine Acre Farms offer riding lessons, boarding and therapeutic riding.


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Horse Properties for sale by location:

Denver                                             Boulder

Evergreen                                        Westminster

Parker                                              Arvada

Franktown/Elizabeth                    Littleton

Fort Collins                                     Castle Rock

Longmont                                       Gunbarrel

Loveland                                         Wellington

Greeley                                            Windsor

Brighton                                          Bennett/Stasburg


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