The Mansion Neighborhoods of Highlands Ranch

Entrance sign to Mansion Pointe neighborhood of Highlands Ranch 80129
Mansion Pointe, Mansion Place, and Mansion Hills are three subdivisions located on the east and west sides of South Broadway and Gateway Drive. All three neighborhoods are located within the Westridge region of Highlands Ranch, bordered by the Manor Knolls subdivision to the north and the gated Highwoods subdivision to the south. Homes in the three Mansion subdivisions range from 1,600 square feet all the way up to 4,500 square feet, so any buyer looking to live in the area should consider taking a look!

Mansion Pointe, located on the west side of South Broadway off of West Gwendelyn Road, is the largest of the three Mansion neighborhoods with over 350 homes populating the winding streets of South Sylvestor Road, South MacAlister Trail, and South Clyde Trail. The smallest homes of about 1,600 square feet are also found here, but large homes up to 3,500 square feet with finished basements can also be found deeper within the southern end of Mansion Pointe on small cul-de-sacs, like West Angus Way and South Clyde Place. Most of these 1-story ranch and 2-story homes were built in the mid 1990′s through to the early 2000′s by builders Sanford, Falcon, and David Weekley (a semi-custom builder).  Mansion Pointe is bound on its south side by the Marcy Gulch Trail which connects to Foothills Park (with Fido’s Field off-leash dog park), Thunderridge High School, Ranch View Middle School, and even further east across West Highlands Ranch Parkway to the Westridge Recreation Center and Marcy Park. Saddle Ranch Elementary can also be found south of Foothills Park in the Indigo Hill neighborhood.

On the east side of Broadway on Gateway Drive, sits Mansion Place. The 250 homes constructed by Highview, Sanford, and Larson here were built in the early to mid 1990′s. These homes range from 2,000 to 3,500 square feet and are all 2-story style homes, many of which include walkout basements. Unlike Mansion Pointe, Mansion Place only has one street that loops through the neighborhood, East Huntington Drive. The rest of the neighborhood is comprised of small cul-de-sacs like South Hughes Place, East Hughes Lane, and South Hughes Court. This creates a quieter neighborhood that also boasts larger lot sizes averaging about .19 acres to Mansion Pointe’s .16 acres. South of Mansion Place is the Grand View Trail, and east is the Kistler Trail which runs north to Kistler Park and Bear Canyon Elementary School.

Continuing further east on Gateway Drive leads to Mansion Hills, the smallest of the three Mansion neighborhoods. Builders include Virden Custom Homes, Falcon, and Richmond. Custom Homes line the cul-de-sacs of East Kistler Court, Jesse Court, and Sarah Court with roughly 80 luxury family homes built from the early to late 1990′s. Here, buyers find the largest homes of the three Mansion neighborhoods, ranging from 2,300 square foot 1-story ranch houses up to 4,500 square foot 2-story homes. In addition to large footprints, many homes also have finished, walkout basements averaging an additional 1,400 square feet. Mansion Hills is the most private of the three subdivisions, as it consists primarily of courts branching off of East Gateway Drive. Continuing south on Gateway Drive will lead to Wildcat Reserve Parkway, just a couple of minutes west of Mountain Vista High School and Mountain Ridge Middle School.

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