The Town of Bow Mar is located between Bowles Lake and Marston Reservoir in Southwest Denver. According to the Town of Bow Mar’s website. “The first home was built in 1947 on land developed by Lloyd and Eleanor King. The Town of Bow Mar, Colorado was incorporated in 1958.”
“There are just over 300 single-family homes in Bow Mar on acre-sized lots, many with spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains foothills. Despite being only 12 miles from downtown Denver, there is a strong sense of community more akin to rural living.”
“Bow Mar’s centerpiece is Bowles Lake or “Bow Mar” Lake, as it’s come to be called. Sailing, swimming, fishing, picnicking and skating provide year-round recreation for residents.”
Bow Mar Heights contains gorgeous homes on large lots. You know what else I love about Bow Mar Heights? No HOA fees! No HOA Fees are attractive for baby boomers nearing retirement or anybody else desiring to stretch their incomes. This is also attractive to Denver Real Estate Investors or new home buyers desiring to avoid HOA fees, making the homes in the area easier to sell once the time comes.
Before picking a place in Denver. You owe it to yourself to call and see a house or two in Bow Mar. You should consider the southwest sub-division of Bow Mar Heights, bordered by Quincy on the north, South Sheridan to the West, Lowell Boulevard, to the East and Union Avenue on the North. This community is well established and has the added bonus of backing to the prestigious town of Bow Mar where, come summertime, you can take walks or ride your bikes while enjoying a country-like setting. You’ll also find two expansive parks, Pinehurst and Bow Mar, which are delightful places to enjoy a summertime picnic. There is a wonderful Dog Park right on the corner of Bowles and Lowell if you have a pooch as well. The Park is called Wynetka Ponds and it is by far the best place to let your dog run in the area.
Bow Mar Heights is only 8 miles to Downtown Denver, 4 miles to Littleton Lightrail, Englewood Lightrails and SouthWest Plaza Mall. If you’re headed to the mountains, Hampden Avenue’s (Hwy. 285) close proximity conveniently links quickly to the C470/ I70 corridor. The community is located in the City and County of Denver, which boasts the lowest property tax of any of the non-Denver County Metro suburbs, again putting more bread in your pocket.
Take a drive around this neighborhood, and you’ll discover that the residents take pride in their homes and yards.
Call us to see what’s currently available in Bow Mar Heights. Contact me Nicholas Bowman at 303-476-8454 or email me at email@example.com to arrange a showing. I am intimately familiar with this neighborhood as I’ve resided here for years. I’d love to share the details of the area and answer further questions you have about Bow Mar Heights. Remember! We make House Calls!