Old Farm’s popularity seems to increase with each succeeding year. Like Rockrimmon, it’s more well-known peer on the west side, the neighborhood is characterized by multi-level homes on rolling hills, winding streets and cul-de-sacs and abundant open spaces. Where it’s different than it’s west side peer, is that the homes are a bit smaller, the prices around $100,000 less, and because of the east side location, the views can be pretty awesome looking back towards the west.
5629 E. Old Farm Circle is the prototype of why Old Farm’s popularity is so significant. On a cul-de-sac with a spacious 10,000+ square foot lot, the home has an ideal amount of privacy and comfort with a just-right sized home. Spacious openness, tranquility and durability are all here.
The home takes full advantage of the location. Vaulted ceilings in the kitchen give way to towering ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace in the lower level. An upper level loft allows warm natural southern exposure to fill the inside. Two bedrooms upstairs enjoy views over the tree tops of Cheyenne Mountain.
The backyard has a new deck made of synthetic decking material (2014) and a large lower level patio. It’s the perfect setting for a romantic al fresco dinner or to host a sizable gathering. The garden areas are perfectly planted and while there’s plenty of grass, there’s also the low-maintenance attribute of river rock drainage to make the house as easy to enjoy as it is lovely.
Due to the location on the cul-de-sac, privacy is enhanced by the spacing of the surrounding homes giving the yard a generous feel while also buffering the rush of the everyday.
Back inside there is a lower level third bedroom with it’s own neighboring 3/4 bath. The basement is unfinished for future expansion. Tile and hardwood floors abound, with hardwoods in the dining area, stairs and upper level master. Vinyl windows frame your view of the outdoors. New roof, paint and gutters provide added peace of mind. Far from ordinary, this home has the feel of generous spaciousness and privacy the moment you step inside.
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