Cherry Point is right next door to Cherry Hills Village – the highest ranked suburban area according to a study by Coldwell Banker Real Estate, LLC. As reported in the Denver Business Journal:
In the eyes of researchers at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC, the top place for suburbanites in the United States is the Arapahoe County enclave of Cherry Hills Village….
… the Denver suburb (is) “a residential oasis of mostly single-family homes. The Cherry Hills Land Preserve secures the area’s natural beauty by maintaining community land, trails and parks, creating a relaxing escape from nearby downtown Denver. From sipping hot cocoa at the annual tree lighting, to hiking trails in the summer, to taking in spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, residents have much to love about their neighborhood.”
Now, I know that Cherry Point is not Cherry Hills – but it is literally right across the street from Cherry Hills – and much more affordable , with lower taxes too! This proximity allows Cherry Point residents to take advantage of all the amenities available in Cherry Hills – from the miles-and-miles of rural paths and trails for biking and hiking, wildlife sightings, horse properties and parks, summer movie nights, fireworks over Cherry Hills CC, the annual Barn Tour, and even hot coco with Santa – its all right down the street from Cherry Point.
In fact, Cherry point is a refuge for many former Cherry Hills residents in-the-know who want to be close to all the Cherry Hills amenities, but would prefer not to pay the high property taxes in CHV. They know that not only do they get lower taxes, but they also get a neighborhood where you can walk to Starbucks, Safeway, Corepower Yoga and Duffeyroll Cafe. Plus – where you’re literally 15 minutes from all corners of the City with quick access to I-25 and Light Rail.