Promontory Pointe is a newer neighborhood in the TriLakes / Monument area. This area is located off of Baptist Road east of I-25 near between Leather Chaps and Kingswood Dr. The homes in Promontory Pointe have some amazing views towards Pikes Peak. There are a total of 220 lots including many walkout lots; most are around 1/4 acre and a few are 1+ acre in size.
Homes for sale in Sanctuary Pointe were built from 2011 to the 2017 with the average home built in 2012. Homes average 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3,700 square feet and sell for approximately $145 per square foot. The lowest priced home in the neighborhood is $400,000 and homes range to over $800,000.
Classic Homes and Vantage Homes are the primary construction companies that built in Promontory Pointe. Open views, parklands, themed playgrounds, and open space as well as a few ponds allow for residents to get out in the fresh air and enjoy the country lifestyle in Promontory Pointe. Just a few miles to the east, Fox Run Regional Park features over 4 miles of trails, picnic pavilions, playgrounds and two ponds. A section of the Sante Fe Trail also runs through the park, and connects with the extensive Colorado Springs trails network. For an afternoon tee-time, the Country Club at Woodmoor and the Kings Deer Golf Club and Golf Course are both located nearby and offer challenging courses crowned by vast mountain views.
Students living in this neighborhood are districted to award winning Lewis Palmer School District 38. Nearby in Jackson Creek is Bear Creek Elementary located on Leather Chaps Drive. Bear Creek was once a middle school and with the rise of people moving to the TriLakes area, may transition back to a middle school in the upcoming years. Students currently attend Lewis Palmer Middle School and Lewis Palmer High School.
Other areas of TriLakes / Monument include Woodmoor, Kings Deer, Palmer Lake, High Forest Ranch, Red Rock Ranch, and Forest View Estates. New construction in Monument, Co can be found in Forest Lakes, Sanctuary Pointe, and Lake of the Rockies.