Waterbury is located within the unincorporated Falcon area of El Paso County, in the northeast quadrant of the Colorado Springs metropolitan area. Waterbury is conveniently accessed from State Highway 24 at Stapleton Drive—just 20 minutes from downtown Colorado Springs and 80 minutes from downtown Denver. Waterbury is a master-planned community approved for 1,010 residential units on 322 acres. The master plan provides a variety of water features, ranging from ponds and lakes to waterways—a unique design element not present in competitive subdivisions. Waterfront and water view lots, as well as surrounding mountain-view corridors, will allow developers to capture premium lot values.
On-site amenities will include a trail system, parks, pools, tennis courts, and community center. Waterbury will offer a wide selection of homes, meeting numerous product and price point opportunities for builders, while establishing a variety of options to meet the needs of homebuyers. The product mix of single-family and multifamily housing and home sizes will appeal to a broad range of residents and families. Each neighborhood “village” will include five distinctive lot sizes and some neighborhoods will emphasize maintenance-free lifestyle product types. The first phase will deliver 196 homesites and feature several quality local and regional builders.
subdivisions in the immediate Falcon area are selling their final phase of
homes, allowing Waterbury to fill the demand of the next wave of buyers. With
several high-quality regional homebuilders already in tow, the initial phase of 196 lots is fully entitled and in development phase 2 and 3 are available for sale.
Phase IA: 67 Lots
Phase IB: 67 LotsPhase IC: 62 Lots
Phase III: 191 Lots
Phase IV: 167 Lots
Waterbury is located within the unincorporated Falcon area of El Paso County, Colorado. The site lies adjacent to U.S. Route 24, 13 miles east of Interstate 25, and is a 90-minute drive from Denver International Airport. Downtown Colorado Springs is an easy 20-minute commute from the site and 30 minutes to the west is Pike National Forest, located at the south end of the Rocky Mountains. El Paso County has over 256,000 housing units with a home-ownership rate of approximately 64.5%
The area is renowned for its spectacular scenery and recreational activities, drawing over 5 million visitors per year. El Paso County has over 55 major attractions including Garden of Gods, U.S. Air Force Academy, Old Colorado City, and U.S. Olympic Training Center. Three extensive trails—New Santa Fe Regional, Pikes Peak Greenway, and Fountain Creek Regional—extend over 100 miles with multi-use paths for biking, jogging, roller blading, and walking from Palmer Lake to Fountain, Colorado.