Located along the northern edge of Colorado's El Paso county, between Denver and Colorado Springs, King's Deer, at 7400 feet, is perched atop the Palmer Divide--one of the highest points on the Great Plains. Residents enjoy spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains emerging from the Plains seven miles to the west. And to the southwest, Pikes Peak dominates the horizon.
King's Deer homeowners have choices of properties with these great views, located on the open grasslands, or they may select one of the more secluded lots nestled among the tall Ponderosa pines that form the northern reaches of the Black Forest.
Denver and Colorado Springs are both within a 45 minute drive from King's Deer, making this an ideal rural setting with easy access to metropolitan amenities.
The 531 lots average roughly 2.7 acres each. The properties are spacious, offering privacy without having to construct backyard fences, while fostering a sense of community. As of March 2007, there are 338 homes that have been constructed in King's Deer, and an additional 36 presently under construction.
The local town of Monument, about seven miles to the west and straddling interstate 25, serves as a very convenient base for local shopping, dining, and recreational opportunities.