ABOUT COLUMBINE VALLEY, CO
Unique for Colorado in 1955 was the establishment of a championship golf course surrounded and interspersed among its fairways by some 200 home sites. The 17 founding members selected as a beautiful, natural setting the 295-acre Heckendorf Farm located along the South Platte River Valley west of the city of Littleton. The area offered an open view of the mountains, a plateau and a winding river valley, all of which reflects a feeling of quiet spaciousness. The State flower was used to name the project Columbine Country Club and on August 15, 1959 the Secretary of State of Colorado signed the incorporation papers of the Town of Columbine Valley.
The majority of the residences started out as ranch style homes that have evolved into expansive, modern, multi-story works of art that are worth millions. The latest addition to this amazing neighborhood is Wild Plum, which pairs new homes with a variety of on-site amenities to inspire you to get out and enjoy the best of Colorado living. Take advantage of the beautiful weather and take your lunch outdoors with picnic areas available – or reward your little ones with some well- deserved playtime at the community park complete with playgrounds where they can roam around freely. Skip the gym and get a workout right in your neighborhood with miles of trails available. The community also features a scenic lake as well as expansive waterfront homesites, so you can enjoy the view right from the comfort of your own home.
The focal point and namesake of the neighborhood is the Columbine Country Club, which prides itself on being a family-friendly club with plenty of activities for all ages. From the pool to their tennis courts, fitness centers, dining, and an active social calendar, they go to great lengths to make sure they we offer a & complete country club experience that is enjoyed by the entire family.