Skyline Homes

Single Family Homes Facing Green Space

Once the St Scholastica sports field, this land has been deemed a formally underutilized open space. Now, it is being developed into 13 single-family lots with new homes as large as 1400-1600 sq ft. Alley access allows these homes to face two acres of green space with sidewalks.

Construction is expected to begin May 2020.

Cañon City, Colorado

Climate Capital of Colorado

Cañon City is located in eastern Fremont County at an altitude of 5,332 feet (1,625 m). It sits primarily on the north side of the Arkansas River, just east of where the river exits from Royal Gorge. It is bordered to the south by the unincorporated community of Lincoln Park. Via U.S. Route 50, Pueblo is 39 miles to the east and Poncha Springs is 62 miles to the west. Colorado Springs is 45 miles to the northeast.

The city's nickname, "the Climate Capital of Colorado", derives from the combination of unique geography and 5,300-foot elevation protecting the city from harsh weather conditions. The average daily high temperature in January is 14 °F warmer in Cañon City than in Grand Junction, even though the elevation of Cañon City is higher.

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