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Peek Inside The Painted Sky Ranch Models At BackCountry

by Shea Homes Colorado on November 28, 2016

 

If main floor living is on your wish list—as it is for many—this post is for you.  Shea Homes® is pleased to announce that three new ranch models are open and ready for touring. The photos below offer a sneak peek at what you’ll see on your visit to the Painted Sky Collection at BackCountry™.

The new Painted Sky Collection by Shea Homes includes three ranch plans—Daybreak, Stargazer, and Indigo Mist—with exceptional appeal and livability. Sizes range from 2-5 bedrooms, 2.5-4.5 bathrooms, and approximately 2,221-3,540 square feet. All three plans are available in two elevations with warm, character-rich exteriors. Entertaining is often a priority for families seeking a ranch home, as is space for out-of-town guests. The Painted Sky Collection delivers nicely with large, well-designed kitchens with eating bars, open-concept living, patios, and options for finishing basements with extra bedrooms and entertainment spaces. Prices range from the upper $500s-upper $600s.

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Choose the elevation that suits your style. High Plains Territorial, shown here, or BackCountry Ranch.

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Is BackCountry right for you? Three questions to ask yourself.

by Shea Homes Colorado on November 19, 2015

 

No man is an island, they say, and neither is a home. It’s critical that your “perfect home” be in a community that’s equally in sync with your tastes and lifestyle. Because, after all, you do have to go outside sometime.

If you’re considering BackCountry for your future home, ask yourself these three questions. They’ll help clarify what’s unique about the community and if it’s right for you.

1. How important is the outdoors to you?
If you moved to Colorado for its natural beauty and endless outdoor activities, then go ahead and skip to question #2. In other words, run, do not walk, to BackCountry—you were made for each other. Otherwise, let’s explore this idea a bit. First of all, depending on how it’s situated, your home can offer magnificent sunset vistas of the mountains and foothills, which are easily accessed thanks to BackCountry’s southwest metro location near C-470. Also, within South Rim, the community’s private wilderness of 467 acres, you can walk, run, or ride bikes and spot all kinds of wildlife. Keep going and you’ll head straight into the Backcountry Wilderness Area, home to 26 miles of trails, more critters such as deer, elk, and wild turkey, as well as regular Highlands Ranch organized activities such as archery, horseback riding, hikes, camping, and hunting. And if you just want a nice and easy after-dinner walk, stroll on one of the many winding trails within the neighborhood or visit one of the six parks.

Sundial House Pool

On the other hand, if the Discovery Channel gives you all the nature you want, consider Question 2.

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