Zip Code – 80138
Elementary – Pioneer or Frontier Valley
Middle – Cimarron
High School – Legend
Home Owners Association
HOA Name – Canterberry Crossing Master Assoc. (CCMA)
HOA Phone Number – 303-841-8658
HOA Web Site – www.canterberrycrossinghoa.com
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Canterberry Crossing Parker CO Overview
Canterberry Crossing in Parker, Colorado is a covenant-controlled golf community featuring affordable properties that open out onto Black Bear Golf Club, an 18-hole championship course with dramatic elevation changes and views of the Front Range. Located minutes from the bustling city center of Parker, Canterberry Crossing is a favorite among families who like the affordable single-family property prices and high-ranking public school system, along with retirees who spend their golden years teeing off on the greens of Black Bear Golf Club.
Canterberry Crossing Location and Map
Just south of Mainstreet, Canterberry Crossing is divided by Canterberry Parkway. This large subdivision of Parker, CO is in the eastern region and is easily accessible via Highway 83/South Parker Road. The one-of-a-kind eateries, big box stores, grocers, parks, arts and cultural center, and community events in Parker’s business district are just a 10-minute drive from Canterberry Crossing.
Children in Canterberry Crossing attend one of two elementary schools: Pioneer or Frontier Valley, both of which are within easy driving or even walking distance. Cimarron Middle School and Legend High School are down the street from each other, and both are less than a 5-minute drive from most of the community. For the adults, Denver and the Denver Airport are about a 40-minute trek from Canterberry Crossing, depending on traffic, and Denver Tech Center is usually 25 minutes away.
Canterberry Crossing Homes for Sale and Real Estate
When Black Bear Golf Club, previously known as Canterberry Golf Course, originally opened in 1996, Canterberry Crossing soon developed around it, forming a community of avid golfers, growing families, and retirees. Many Canterberry Crossing homes for sale look out onto the greens and wide-open spaces of the golf course.
The local HOA, Canterberry Crossing Master Association (CCMA), provides residents of this covenant-controlled community with a clubhouse, seasonal pool, tennis courts, and trash removal. They also keep members in the loop about local news, renovations, and planned improvements.
Homes for sale in Canterberry Crossing consist of two-story single-family houses constructed in the late 1990s and ranging in price from $300,000 to $550,000 and offer anywhere from 3 to 6 bedrooms and baths in 3,000 to 5,500 square feet of living space on lots that vary from .15 acres to .3. Recent builders include Engle, Richmond American, Pulte, Beazer, Bristol, and Standard Pacific Homes.
Canterberry Crossing homes for sale include such unique features as:
- Dramatic Architecture with open floor plans, high vaulted ceilings, and curved staircases.
- Cozy Comforts like multiple fireplaces, 5-piece master baths, central air conditioning, and sun rooms.
- Timeless Design Elements like hardwood floors, granite countertops, gas cooktops, and stainless steel appliances.
- Endless Storage with walk-in closets, ample cabinet and counter space, and 3-car garages.
- Flex Space like extra rooms that can be converted into offices or libraries and finished basements waiting to be transformed into media rooms, theaters, exercise rooms, rec rooms, or workshops.
- Outdoor Living with covered front porches, decks, and patios to enjoy the adjacent open space of the golf course and beautiful Colorado sunsets.
Canterberry Crossing Amenities
A golfing community through and through, Canterberry Crossing is built around Black Bear Golf Club. Designed by architect Jeff Brauer, the golf course has 18 holes and includes such features for its members and their guests as a full driving range, practice putting and chipping greens, an indoor hitting bay, club fitting and repair, and instruction from PGA professionals for players both seasoned and new. The course was designed to showcase the dramatic views and topography of Colorado, and provides a refuge for wildlife such as deer, birds, and foxes in its ravines. Black Bear is owned by Canongate Colorado, and also features dining, exclusive member social functions, and event rentals.
More than 35% of this master-planned community is designated as open space, and more parks, trails, and historic buildings are constantly being planned and preserved. The local HOA maintains a clubhouse and pool for community members. All residents get free access to the pool during the summer.
Nearby parks help to keep kids entertained and outdoors all year round. Paperflower Park is just blocks from Frontier Valley Elementary right next to Sara Gulch and features a trailhead to the Sulphur Gulch Trail. Buffaloberry Park is a small neighborhood pop-up park right off of Canterberry Parkway near Cimarron Middle School. The 12 acres of Tallman Meadow Park are adjacent to the local Legend High School. It features a playground, multi-purpose sports field, baseball field, and picnic tables with grills. The Tallman Gulch Trail runs through the park.
The Tallman Gulch Trail runs along the southern border of the Canterberry Crossing neighborhood. This three-mile trail contains an eight-foot-wide concrete path as well as several sections of dirt path and eventually connects with the Sulphur Gulch Trail. The four-mile-long Sulphur Gulch Trail connects to the Cherry Creek Trail and with local trails within the community. These trails are perfect for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and enjoying a nature walk.
Children in Canterberry Crossing attend the local Douglas County public school system, which is consistently recognized as one of the highest-ranking districts in the country. Young children attend either Pioneer or Frontier Valley Elementary, while older students attend Cimarron Middle School and Legend High, all a short distance from the subdivision. Local private school options include Ava Maria Catholic School and Montessori Academy. Downtown Parker also has early childcare centers for working parents.
The city center is just north and west of Canterberry Crossing accessible via Main street. Besides the usual amenities like a Safeway, Home Depot, Staples, post office, public library, medical offices, Kohl’s, Walmart, and more, Parker also has a number of unique eateries, as well as fast food favorites, independent cafes, charming shops, and entertainment options. The PACE center features performances, concerts, lectures, and arts classes for all ages. Downtown has an AMC, the massive Bar CCC Park, unique microbreweries, the Parker Recreation Center, a seasonal farmers market, and year-round community programs and events.
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