7122 Parkwood Description
Pine Trees, Ponderosas, and Privacy surround this beautiful custom home located in the Prestigious Pinnacle area of Forest Park in Castle Pines!
Located in a cul-de-sac with a front yard waterfall and pond, this recently updated home includes the following: New interior paint throughout, new carpet in master bedroom, refinished hardwood flooring, light fixtures, new master shower enclosure and updated landscaping. A main floor master, 3 bedrooms upstairs, 1 bedroom in the basement, and a main floor office make this the perfect home for a family who desires space and comfort.
Floor to ceiling windows bring the outdoors in, along with views of Pikes Peak and Castle Rock can be enjoyed from all 3 of the decks/patios. Heated flooring in the kitchen and laundry room will keep you feeling comfortable, even in the coldest months. State of the art appliances will bring out the inner chef with a cozy Hearth Room to complement!
The walkout basement includes a room for everyone including a gym room, craft room bedroom, bar, pool table/game area and plenty of space to watch the big games or enjoy movie nights. Just outside the basement is a custom fire pit and hot tub.
7122 Parkwood Location
What I truly love about this property is that you truly feel like you’re living in the Rocky Mountains while only a mile away from I-25, 20 minutes away from DTC and 30 minutes away from Downtown. The Deer come through the front yard almost every morning to drink from the pond. The Douglas County school system is second to none. 352 Acres of open space is right around the corner, and the many parks that Castle Pines offers is a treasure for the families who live here.
This is mountain living in the heart of Castle Pines! You can find more information regarding The City of Castle Pines here.
Outdoor Recreation in Castle Pines
More exciting news for the Castle Pines Community occurred During the summer of 2015 when the Castle Pines City Council approved an Intergovernmental Agreement to join the Rueter-Hess Recreation Authority and partnered with Parker, Castle Rock, Lone Tree, Douglas County and the Parker Water and Sanitation District to provide recreation opportunities to the public at the Rueter-Hess Reservoir.
The vision is for the reservoir be “quiet”, “calm”, “tranquil” and “serene”. There will be non-motorized boats (kayaks, canoes, etc.). Fishing, camping, and hiking will also be available. However, since the reservoir is mainly used for drinking water, motorized boating and swimming will not be allowed.