Roxborough is a census-designated place that occupies a good part of Douglas County. It straddles many of the area’s natural parks. The 2010 census pegs the number of residents at around 9,090. Roxborough is also just 18 minutes away from the community of Ken Caryl Valley.
The first homes that would eventually formed Roxborough’s first community were constructed in the 80s. Development have been continuing steadily, with periodical slowdowns during the 90s and mid-2000s. Most of the developments have been completed by 2015.
Amenities and Famous Landmarks
Roxborough is situated next to a host of public and private schools, shopping districts, major transportation routes and facilities, and medical centers. Movement in and out of the communities is easy thanks to the network of roads and parkways that can be taken.
Roxborough and Chatfield State Parks
These two parks provide residents with a chance to commune with nature up close. Homeowners can trek, bike, or camp out right in their own backyard.
Lamb Spring Archaeological Preserve
The spring gained popularity after bones of mammoths and other prehistoric animals were found there in 1960. It is a good place to visit for the scientifically inclined who want to get a glimpse of pre-historic Douglas County.
Roxborough Luxury Homes
Roxborough unique luxury homes are nestled in the midst of rolling hills and untouched land, giving off a very rural feel to the communities within. In contrast, houses are built in a variety of styles, from custom contemporary homes to unique designs. Prices are around $640,000 and above.
Clay brick style
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