Located just east of Colorado Springs, Woodmen Hills offers the conveniences of a major city without the drawbacks. Security Service Field, home to the AAA Sky Sox franchise, Cinemark, complete with an IMAX, and the massive retail complex First and Main are only 15 minutes away, but Woodmen Hills residents can venture in and out of those bustling crowds at will. When you don’t feel like a night on the town, find everything you want right down the block at one of the area’s shopping centers – and, because Woodmen Hills is strategically located just east of Colorado Springs, your purchases are exempt from city sales tax.
Woodmen Hills facilitates a wide range of lifestyles. The district offers a wide variety of park and recreation offerings, as well as close proximity to the gorgeous Antlers Creek Golf Course, where residents can play, without a membership, for a reasonable daily fee.
Homeowners get more bang for the buck in Woodmen Hills than they would get within Colorado Springs city limits. For one thing, the average person is willing to pay more for a house in a crowded, noisy city than on its outskirts, which benefits people who prefer a little space between themselves and the bustling hub. For another, Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District has benefited from wise financial stewardship, so it passes only the most reasonable costs on to its developers, builders, and, ultimately, its residents.
Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District falls within the Woodmen Hills Elementary School, Falcon Middle School, and Falcon High School attendance areas, but parents also have the option to send their children to any of the district’s many charter schools. As a self-proclaimed “Portfolio District,” D49 is home to several high performing charters, including the Pikes Peak School of Expeditionary Learning, GOAL Academy, Banning Lewis Ranch Academy, Imagine Classical Academy Indigo Ranch, and even a new, innovative vocational school in Power Technical Early College.
The sheer number of quality schools in D49 ensures every family can find its perfect fit. There are many paths to success: Woodmen Hills offers access to all of them.
Woodmen Hills Metro District does not and, by law, cannot enforce neighborhood covenants, but homeowner associations in some sectors of the community, such as Filing 11, Parkside and Courtyards, do enforce covenants and provide additional services besides.
Peruse the following informational sheet regarding which filings have HOAs.
To identify your filing, (1) click here to go to El Paso County Assessor Page, (2) enter your home address, (3) click the “go” button, (4) select your schedule number, and (5) look under “legal description” to identify your filing.
Once you have identified your filing, you can read about its covenants and conditions below.
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Challenger Homes is currently building in the Bent Grass neighborhood of Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District.
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MasterBilt Homes is currently building in the Courtyards West neighborhood of Woodmen Hills Metropolitan District.