Monument, CO 80132
Sanctuary Pointe is located on the east side of I-25 off Baptist Road. From I-25 exit Baptist Road (Exit 158) and go east. Take left (west) onto Sanctuary Rim Dr. Left (south) on Mountain Mist Dr. Take left (east) on Summerglow Ln. Model on left at 1654 Summerglow Lane, Monument, CO 80132.
6 single-family Renaissance floor plans are available to build in Sanctuary Pointe.
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About Sanctuary Pointe
Located in Monument, Colorado – Sanctuary Pointe is situated at the top of Baptist Rd. to the east of I-25 on approximately 460 acres along the western edge of the Black Forest. Home sites range from 8,400 square feet up to one-half acre in a natural treed setting with wooded views of the area. The homes and streetscapes in Sanctuary Pointe will be designed to aesthetically complement the look you would expect in a natural forest setting. Development plans also include a community trail system that connects to the regional trail system.
Sanctuary Pointe is located on the east side of I-25 off Baptist Road. From I-25 exit Baptist Road (Exit 158) and go east. Take left onto Sanctuary Rim Dr. (If you get to Roller Coaster Rd. while traveling east, you’ve gone to far). Turn Right on Mountain Glory Drive. Left on Florawood Place and model on left at 16476 Florawood Place, Monument, CO 80132
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Renaissance at Sanctuary Pointe
Lewis Palmer District 38 in Monument serves Sanctuary Pointe, and its students post SAT and ACT scores well above the national average. As one of the smaller districts in the region, District 38 students thrive with small class sizes and low student-to-teacher ratios. The district offers many specialized programs including a charter school.
Sanctuary Pointe students are zoned into Ray E. Kilmer Elementary School, Lewis Palmer Middle School, and Lewis Palmer High School (governed by the school district; subject to change).
Off Baptist Road you’ll find a King Soopers grocery store with Starbuck’s and several shops and eating establishments. To the north Monument Marketplace is constantly growing to meet the needs of residents adding new retail stores and restaurants such as Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Office Depot, Pet Smart, Chili’s, Texas Roadhouse and It’s a Grind Coffee to name a few. Convenience shops, professional services and even a branch of the Pikes Peak Library are nearby in Monument. The Chapel Hills Mall and The Promenade Shops at Briargate, two of three main regional shopping centers in Colorado Springs, are approximately 10 minutes from Promontory Pointe. Castle Rock’s popular Prime Outlet Stores is about 25 minutes north.
Fox Run Regional Park offers picnic pavilions, ball fields and a complete trail system. The Sante Fe Trail system from Palmer Lake to Colorado Springs is ideal for hiking and biking. Development plans for Sanctuary Pointe includes a community trail system that will connect to the regional trail system. Monument is also host to a brand new state-of-the art YMCA health pavilion.
Monument’s location north of Colorado Springs and easy access to I-25 makes it an excellent choice for working in either Colorado Springs or Denver. Northern El Paso County is one of the fastest growing sectors for commercial development. Numerous high-tech companies, national and international employers are within 10 to 15 minutes of Sanctuary Pointe. Future development of Northgate Park, located to the south, includes a new Oracle complex as well as other high tech companies. The United States Air Force Academy is located across I-25 and is easily reached from Northgate Rd.