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Saddletree Homes

Since 1994, Saddletree Homes has been building new homes in Colorado Springs and Monument, Colorado. Saddletree Homes has become one of the most recognizable Colorado Springs home builders with awards that include the Parade of Homes Best Overall Home in 2014 and numerous other Parade of Homes and MAME Awards.

Colorado Springs Home Builder

All of the new homes for sale you see listed here are available now or are under construction in Colorado Springs, Monument or Castle Rock Colorado. You can also build a new home starting in the low $500s.

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The Boulder

Price: $699,950

10249 Hewletts Gulch CT
Colorado Springs, CO 80924

The Boulder

Price: $699,950

12481 Cloudy Bay Dr. Colorado Springs, CO 80921

Price: $699,950

4974 Rainbow Gulch Way Colorado Springs, CO 80924

From The Blog

Happy Thanksgiving from Saddletree Homes!

November 23, 2017

Gratitude is the inward feeling of kindness received. Thankfulness is the natural impulse to express that feeling. Thanksgiving is the following of that impulse. Henry van Dyke Jr. While every day is another opportunity to practice thankfulness, Thanksgiving is an American holiday of gratitude. We give thanks as a country for all the gifts we… Read more »

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7 Fall Home Maintenance Reminders

October 27, 2017

In the last couple of weeks, the leaves have fallen more rapidly, giving our deciduous trees a bare look just in time for Halloween. The beauty of fall ends, for many homeowners, with the beginning of a fall maintenance list. While many homeowners don’t need to be reminded of a thorough leaf cleanup, autumn to-dos… Read more »

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15 Ways to Celebrate Fall in Colorado

October 20, 2017

For many Americans fall is the favorite season. October is an especially beautiful month all over the country. But for many locals, fall in Colorado is spectacular. Aspen leaves turn to shimmering gold. Mountain vistas are breathtaking. The temperature generally stays in the mid ‘60’s. And there’s plenty of sunshine. You won’t want to miss… Read more »

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Labor Day Weekend 2017 Colorado Springs

September 2, 2017

Monday, September 4th, 2017 is Labor Day. A day that symbolically and customarily marks the end of the summer. Labor Day, an official federal holiday as of 1894, began as a day to celebrate and honor America’s labor movement and the contribution that all workers have made to our nation. For many Americans, it’s a… Read more »

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Back to School in Colorado Springs

August 21, 2017

School is back in session officially. Whether your children are just starting out in preschool, kindergarten, or elementary school or have graduated high school and left for the first year of college; there is a lot of excitement around the beginning of a school year and for some a level of anxiety. Monday, 08/14/2017, marked… Read more »

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More Summer fun in Colorado Springs

August 2, 2017

“Summer afternoon—summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.” ― Henry James It’s the beginning of August. School supplies are being stocked in local Colorado Springs stores and back to school sales ads have begun. Wait! Didn’t summer just begin? And while the official first day… Read more »

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Fourth of July in Colorado Springs

July 3, 2017

It is the love of country that has lighted and that keeps glowing the holy fire of patriotism. J. Horace McFarland When we think of celebrating the Fourth of July, the first image that comes to mind is a summer night sky aglow with fireworks. Did you know that 63% of Americans attend a fireworks display… Read more »

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Colorado Springs Summer Bucket List

June 21, 2017

Colorado Springs Summer Bucket List: June 21, 2017, is Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. Although the schools have been out for weeks; we can officially begin the summer season. With it brings summer vacations (for more than 45% of Americans), weekend trips, camping, boating on nearby lakes, family hikes, outdoor concerts, backyard… Read more »

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