Burland Ranchettes, Bailey | This close-knit community sits on top of Crow Hill and features homes from a variety of eras and styles. Deer are prolific here, roaming the neighborhood and resting in the shade of homeowners’ decks during the day. The neighborhood backs up to Pike National Forest and also has a stocked fishing pond that residents are invited to become members of. The HOA is voluntary (and free) and meets monthly.
Friendship Ranch, Bailey | One of the appeals here may be the proximity to the highway and ease of access. Located on the North side of Highway 285, this charming neighborhood has plenty of wildlife while also just being a 5-minute drive to the nearest drive-thru coffee joint. A variety of home styles co-exist here, with most being on well and septic.
Kings Valley, Conifer | Conveniently located close to grocery and retail, this neighborhood was strategically designed to avail as many homes as possible to the spectacular views of multiple ranges and snow-capped Pikes Peak. One big draw to Kings Valley is the community water and septic setup, allowing homeowners to pay a small monthly fee in lieu of maintaining a well and septic system.