The Retreat at The Links is a neighborhood of patio homes in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. The master-planned community, Highlands Ranch, is Colorado's largest planned community with 36,700 homes. The Retreat at The Links was once a 55+ community but is now open to buyers of all ages.
Homebuyers will especially enjoy the community's single-level homes with low-maintenance exteriors. Boasting majestic golf course views, outdoor amenities, and a tight-knit sense of community, The Retreat at The Links is a wonderful active lifestyle neighborhood near Denver.
The Retreat at The Links Amenities
Highlands Ranch offers over 70 miles of scenic trails for residents of The Retreat at The Links and their guests. Residents can walk, ride, or run throughout the community. With an abundance of natural space, nature lovers enjoy 25 parks and 2,200 acres of gorgeous views and open space.
Homeowners of The Retreat may purchase a membership that provides access to Highlands Ranch Community Association's (HRCA) recreation centers. A quarterly fee offers access to four recreation centers spread throughout Highlands Ranch. Within these centers you'll find fitness centers, gymnasiums, meeting rooms, as well as indoor pools and tennis courts. These recreation centers also include outdoor amenities like outdoor pools, tennis courts, and batting cages.
The Retreat at The Links Homes & Real Estate
The Retreat at The Links is a subdivision located in the Eastridge area of Highlands Ranch. There are 101 single-family homes that encompass this community. All of the homes were built between 1991 and 1996.
The Retreat at The Links is exclusively ranch-style homes. These low-maintenance homes range from 1,350 to 2,000 square feet. All of these models were built with one to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage.
The Retreat at The Links Lifestyle
Residents of The Retreat at The Links enjoy the satisfaction of living in an established master-planned community and the comfort of knowing neighbors in a tight-knit subdivision. Residents can take full advantage of the outdoor amenities to keep up with their active lifestyles. From walking your dog throughout the miles of trails to examining the diverse wildlife population, The Retreat at The Links is a perfect neighborhood for any homebuyer.
Located in the Denver area, The Retreat at The Links is located about one mile north of University Boulevard on Greenwich Street and Cresthill Lane. Golf enthusiasts enjoy Highlands Ranch's close proximity to many golf courses throughout Littleton and Castle Rock. It is also near the Backcountry Wilderness Area, the southern part of Highlands Ranch which has 8,200 acres of conserved open space dedicated to wildlife and outdoor recreation.
Located just one mile north of Highlands Ranch, there are beautiful trails like the Arapahoe Greenway for daytime hiking trips. Residents can learn about the history of Colorado at the Littleton Historical Museum or visit the Cherry Creek Shopping center in Denver. The Retreat at The Links in Douglas County, Colorado is a tight-knit neighborhood of affordable homes which makes it a great community.
Designed by Storck, these single-family homes are ideal for almost any homebuyer because they are single-level and provide low-maintenance living. The homes range in size from 1,350 to 2,000 square feet. Resale homes can be found with one to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
We're sorry, there are currently no homes listed for sale at The Retreat at The Links. We update our site daily so be sure to check back often.
If this community has new construction, there may be homes available for sale by the builder. Please contact Carol Guzman, our neighborhood real estate expert, for more information.
There are plenty of activities available in The Retreat at The Links. Residents continually plan fun neighborhood events and activities. There are also numerous clubs and interest groups that meet regularly to participate in everything from cards and games to book discussions, hobby groups and more.
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