RE/MAX Agent Tracy Hulsey Points the Way to Sought-After Sapphire Pointe

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Five Star agent Tracy Hulsey, of RE/MAX Southeast, shares new Sapphire Pointe listing and names the top five features of this much-desired cluster of neighborhoods in Castle Rock.

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Due to its location, Castle Rock and Sapphire Pointe offer quick freeway access to nearby Denver and Colorado Springs, which is a priceless feature of this community for commuters who prefer small-town atmosphere.

“This beautiful and spacious six-bedroom, four-bath home at 6637 Fire Opal Lane sits at the end of a cul de sac on a third-acre lot and is quite a bargain at $549,000,” said Tracy. “It also has commanding views and open space on three sides, which, along with the large lot size, is a hallmark of Sapphire Pointe homes. There are a plethora of reasons to buy in Sapphire Pointe, including the following top five.”

No. 1: Large lot sizes. “Perhaps most significant, the lots at Sapphire Pointe are big, averaging a quarter-acre and more,” said Tracy, a recipient of the 5280 Five Star Professional Award for five consecutive years. “This leaves plenty of opportunity for elaborate landscaping, entertaining spaces, outdoor kitchens, etc.”

No. 2: Expansive views and space. Residents of Sapphire Pointe, which sits on the eastern side/bluff of Castle Rock and includes the neighborhoods of Puma Ridge, Cliffside and Cutters Ridge, are rewarded with lots of open space and spectacular views. Located midway between Denver and Colorado Springs, Castle Rock is part of the Front Range, so is abundant in natural scenery. Castle Rock itself was named after an iconic castle-shaped butte near the center of town.

No. 3: Desirable location. “Due to its location, Castle Rock and Sapphire Pointe offer quick freeway access to nearby Denver and Colorado Springs, which is a priceless feature of this community for commuters who prefer small-town atmosphere,” said Tracy, a RE/MAX Hall of Fame recipient.

No. 4: Schools. A fourth outstanding feature, adds Tracy, is that Sapphire Pointe lies within an award-winning Douglas County school district.

No. 5: A fit for all budgets. A final feature is that Sapphire Pointe offers houses for most budgets. Neighborhood homes range from entry-level townhomes to 8,000-plus-square-foot custom homes, including production-builder homes by D.R. Horton, Ryland and Village. Sapphire Pointe features approximately 1,000 single family homes and 125 townhomes, with prices ranging from $225,000 up to $1 million.

“Additionally, Sapphire Pointe is home to Gemstone Park,” said Tracy, who has averaged 25-30% of the home sales in Sapphire Pointe every year for the past eight years. “This expansive park includes a bike path, climbing wall, basketball/multi-use court, a picnic pavilion with picnic tables, playing fields, playground, swings, synthetic-turf field and lighted tennis courts.”

To see all of the homes available, under contract and sold in Sapphire Pointe, interested parties can go to http://www.SapphirePointeHomes.com.

About Tracy Hulsey of RE/MAX Southeast, Inc.
The RE/MAX story actually began in Denver in 1973 with a single office. Now it is a global real estate network of franchisee owned and operated offices with more than 100,000 sales associates. The Tracy Hulsey RE/MAX office is located at 7555 East Hampden Avenue, Suite 103, Denver, CO, 80231. For more information, please call (720) 224-8043.

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