Peyton Pines is a neighborhood in the northeast part of El Paso County. This neighborhood is located off of Peyton Highway and has bridal paths that wind through the neighborhood. What separates Peyton Pines from other areas of Peyton are the Ponderosa Pines and rolling hills. Homes for Sale in Peyton Pines average 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3,000 square feet with a median sales price of $290,000. Homes were built in this neighborhood from the 1960s to the present day, with the average home built in the mid 1990s.
Residents in Peyton Pines belong to the Peyton Pines HOA. This extremely affordable HOA supports the HOA and its mission of protecting the property and property values of those living in Peyton Pines. This includes covenants and architectural control.
Near Peyton Pines is Homestead Ranch Regional Park. This 450 acre regional park is a beautiful diverse park that is popular with horseback riders, families with children, and anyone looking for a peaceful spot to spend an afternoon. A natural spring-fed pond and creek in the central valley of the park attracts wildlife and gives a much needed resource for the waterfowl and birds. The park includes a playground, a playing field and picnic pavilions. This park is popular with horse owners because riders can water their horses while enjoying the three miles of trails throughout the park.
Homes in the Peyton Colorado have the largest average acreage in El Paso County. This area is popular with people who want land and the possibility of farming or ranching. The price of homes here varies greatly on how much land is offered with the purchase.
Peyton Pines differs from other areas in Peyton in that there are rolling hills and Ponderosa Pines that dot the landscape. This area is popular with people that want a more rural feel, but still like having the pines and hills similar to the Black Forest. Homes in Peyton Pines are generally on 2-5 acres and most of the students in this area attend either Peyton School District or Falcon D-49 School District.