|How many residences will there be at Gold Hill Mesa?
Gold Hill Mesa will ultimately have close to 800 homes in our residential area with a combination of single family and townhomes. Additional loft style and multi-family living will be available in the commercial area.
Is Gold Hill Mesa convenient to shopping?
Due to our central location, Gold Hill Mesa is within two miles of Downtown Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City’s boutique shops and restaurants. In addition, Gold Hill Mesa’s commercial village will boast 82 acres of shops, restaurants, a grocery store, and much more. We are currently in the planning stages of the commercial area.
What are the design principles of Gold Hill Mesa?
Gold Hill Mesa has strict design standards that follow the guidelines of a Traditional Neighborhood Development. Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) refers to the development of a complete neighborhood or town using traditional town planning principles that include a range of housing types, a network of well-connected streets and blocks, public green spaces, and convenient access to amenities such as stores, schools, and recreation within walking distance of residences.
Is there an architectural review process? How does it work?
Yes – Gold Hill Mesa holds a high standard for home design. We do have detailed design guidelines that require conformance to the principles of a Traditional Neighborhood Development. Our builders follow strict building guidelines but have significant flexibility in designing and building the house for a customer. All homes are built with front porches and alley loaded garages. Homes are widely differentiated and have a variety of elevations.
If a homeowner wishes to make a structural change, the request shall be reviewed by an architectural review committee. For cosmetic changes to the exterior of the home or yard, the request shall be submitted to a design review committee for approval.
Is there a homeowners association? If so, what are the fees and what does it include?What school district is Gold Hill Mesa in?
Yes – there is a homeowners association for both the single family homes and the townhomes. The average monthly fee is around $130. This covers landscaping and maintenance in all front yards and of the shared green spaces, water fees for those spaces, snow removal, access to the fitness and community center, usage of the community center for events, and usage of a board room for meetings.
Gold Hill Mesa is in School District 11, which is supported by Midland Elementary, West or Holmes Middle School, and Coronado High School. Other school options nearby include Giving Tree Montessori School, The Colorado Springs School, and an option to enter the D-12 School District space permitting.