Living life well at Gold Hill Mesa means... a life lived in balance and community.
An intentional development designed to support a different way of doing life, of sustaining: you, the city and the environment. (click below to learn how)
Inviting front porches. Traditional neighborhood development concepts encourage community. Home designs with entertaining in mind. Community events. Meeting and event space available in the community center. Neighbors you know and live life with.
Low maintenance living at its best. Included in HOA dues: front yard and common area maintenance, trash removal, snow removal (so fast it’s often done before the rest of the city), fitness center use. Less bills, yard work and fuss. More time to enjoy life.
The Exchange: grab coffee, workout, swap books. Walk to: parks, dog park, trails; the doctor, boutiques, restaurants (future commercial phase). Five minutes to downtown or Old Colorado City: shorten your commute, shop, dine, arts. Within a mile of I-25 and HWY 24.
Walk to your workout, trainer, massage, pilates or yoga class. Climb, hike, run, bicycle nearby. Three minute walk to Bear Creek Park and ten miles of trails (start your hike to the top of Pikes Peak).
Lush tree-lined streets. Homes with distinctive color. Floor plan and exterior finish variety. A selection of builders. Spectacular views: downtown, Pikes Peak, Cheyenne Mountain, Garden of the Gods. Neighbors and friends across the ages and from different walks of life.
Homes of timeless style and architectural detail. Community with character: an eclectic mix of single and multi family, cottage and townhome, small and large. Not your typical cookie cutter neighborhood. Close to shopping and the arts of downtown and Old Colorado City.
Paths to walk everywhere. Walk your dog. Freedom to relax, play and workout outside. Walk to your riding lesson at Norris Penrose Event Center. A short drive to many outdoor recreation venues. Colorado Springs voted Outside Magazine’s #1 “America’s Best Cities”.