Spruce Point Patio Homes offers the perfect fit for a simplified lifestyle and are some of the available patio homes at Cobble Creek Golf Community in August. An exciting new addition currently being is offered Spruce Point Homes with three available models that may be built with one of three exterior elevations and four garage options. There are a variety of current, professionally-designed interior finish packages from which to choose. The myriad of alternatives available allow you to configure your home to your liking. “Lock and Leave” provides law irrigation/maintenance and snow removal. In short, these homes are perfect for a second home or a simplified lifestyle.
The first of the collection is the Cimarron. This floor plan provides an open concept kitchen, dining and great room. It creates the perfect setting for elegant living in an efficient space. Next is the Gunnison. This open concept floor plan allows for optimal flow between kitchen, dining and great room. Dedicated hallway to owner’s suite and a private study. Fully covered outdoor patio completes this design. The Sopris is the last of the design models. It is the largest floor plan providing endless possibilities for entertaining with an expansive great room and optional wet bar. Large owner’s suite with dual vanities and walk-in closet round out this home. Whichever home you chose, you can’t go wrong with the options and amenities included with these models.
Come by today and see and what other homes are available with Homes at Cobble Creek and Spruce Point Patio Homes both available at Cobble Creek Golf Community. Here, you will see why they were voted as one of Ideal-LIVING’s top 100 Best Communities. Check out our monthly newsletter about Colorado, Montrose and the Cobble Creek Golf Community, Homes at Cobble Creek Lifestyle.
Around and About Colorado
Located south of Montrose, Durango was established by the Denver Rio Grande Railroad as a connecting station. The town quickly became vital to the area with its connection and transportation of goods, produce and minerals. Durango seamlessly blends its rich history with modern amenities. Known for its stunning natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities, it offers a plethora of activities. Here you can hike or mountain bike to river rafting or skiing. The historic downtown area exudes a welcoming atmosphere with its well-preserved Victorian architecture, boutiques shops, galleries and culinary scene. The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, a historic steam-powered train, adds a touch of nostalgia as it winds through breathtaking landscapes. With its unique blend of outdoor adventure, cultural experiences, and small-town charm, Durango captivates visitors year-round.
Outdoor Activities near Durango – Mesa Verde National Monument
Mesa Verde National Monument is an amazing National and UNESCO World Heritage Park dating its inhabitants back to 7500 B.C. Located near Durango, it is a remarkable testament to the ancient civilizations that once thrived here. Its towering sandstone cliffs and rocky landscapes are home to a vast collection of well-preserved ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings, showcasing the architectural ingenuity and cultural complexity of its previous inhabitants. These indigenous communities, often referred to as the Ancestral Puebloans or Anasazi, inhabited the area for over 700 years, from around 600 AD to 1300 AD. This area encompasses over 52,000 miles with 600 cliff dwellings and 5,000 sites are a marvel of ancient engineering. It also provides valuable insights into the lives, traditions and societal structure of these early Native American people. For this reason, this makes it a captivating destination for archaeologists, historians and above all, tourists.
The Ute Indians have a deep-rooted history in the region near Montrose, Colorado. For generations, they inhabited and nurtured a deep relationship with the land and its resources. The Ute people’s traditional way of life, including hunting, gathering, and cultural practices, was intricately tied to the natural rhythms of the area’s diverse ecosystems. They were renowned for their adaptability and resilience in navigating diverse landscapes found near Montrose.
The Ute Indian Museum was originally built in 1956 near the ranch of Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta. The museum works with representatives of the Ute Tribe, to ensure Ute life and culture are appropriately represented in the building’s layout and exhibit content. It is important to connect the past with current Ute culture through an understanding of various influences including geography, politics and economics.
Today, the museum, Ute Indian tribes and scientists are working together to explore the integration of Western science, engineering and math with Ute traditional ecological knowledge. The project includes field work, programs, exhibits and films now spanning over 20 years in efforts.
Activities Around Montrose
2023 FUNC (Fun on the Uncompahgre River) FESTIVAL – Riverbottom Park – This family friendly event celebrates the river running next to the town. Enjoy a full schedule of water sports competitions, live music, activities for the whole family, local vendors, food trucks, and a beer garden. Musicians will perform throughout the day so bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. Come dressed in a funky costume and enjoy yourself with other colorful river folk.
HERITAGE DISPLAY – Collection of recipes, crochet patterns, family stories highlighting the cultural diversity of Montrose.
MONTE de ROSA FIESTA – La Raza Park – This Festival includes live entertainment, kids zone including bounce houses, free prizes, beer tent, food trucks, activities for all and much more.
LADIES NIGHT – LaNoue DuBois Winery – Theme: Hat Night – Every third Friday through the summer we will be hosting Ladies night. Each will have a different theme in which you can participate or not. Wear your favorite hat or stop by the Vintners room and design one.
MONTROSE SUMMER MUSIC SERIES – Montrose Rotary Amphitheater – Attend a series of FREE concerts featuring a variety of performers on the first Friday of each month.
MONTROSE FARMERS MARKET – Join the community in purchasing local produce and products made here. Recurring on Saturdays all year round.
LINE DANCING – Montrose Pavilion and Event Center – Recurring weekly on Monday 6:00-8:00. Come learn all the newest line dances and enjoy the health benefits dance has to offer. Get to know some of your neighbors.
Cobble Creek Golf Community Activities
Happy Hour – Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday: 4-6 pm Tuesday 4-7 pm and Friday 5-7 pm
Taco Tuesdays – 5-7 pm – Come enjoy a variety of different tacos with your friends.
Dinner Specials – Every Friday
BOSOM BUDDIES CHAOS PUTTING CONTEST- Friday August 11th at 5 pm – Bring your putter, marked ball, and $5 cash to participate. Everyone putts at the same time, only a few can win! TOTAL chaos and TOTAL fun! Join everyone after for a free beer in the tavern.
BOSOM BUDDIES GOLF TOURNAMENT – Tuesday, August 15th – Click here for more information.
PICKLEBALL SCHEDULE: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday – 10 am Wednesday 6 pm and Friday 10 am (This one is Ladies only)
OTHER ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE:
Bible Study; Book Club
Golf – Couples League, Ladies League, Men’s League; Get Fit for Golf classes; Golfer Yoga
Hiking Club; Women’s Walking Group
Ladies night Black Jack; Mahjong; Hand & Foot; Men’s Poker
Men’s Coffee; Women’s Coffee
Spruce Point Patio Homes at Cobble Creek Golf Community offer Colorado Golf Course Homes for an Authentic Mountain Lifestyle
A resort-style golf course community located in Montrose, Colorado, Homes at Cobble Creek features new home construction. These homes offer premium living, and active lifestyle conveniences in a beautiful Colorado mountain setting. Our carefully planned neighborhood with resort-style amenities offers a variety of recreational activities. There is an 18-hole golf course, pickleball and tennis courts, and nearby fishing, hiking, and skiing.
Nestled at the base of the beautiful San Juan Mountains of Colorado, our residents enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities. Plan an afternoon of hiking or biking the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area or Black Canyon National Park. Fish the Gunnison River, or in the winter plan to ski at Telluride or Crested Butte ski resorts. An ideal choice as a Montrose retirement community, residents can walk the short distance to the Cobble Creek Clubhouse for Happy Hour. At the Clubhouse participate in holiday parties and parades, yoga at the fitness center, or Book Club.
In Spruce Point Patio Homes available at the Cobble Creek Golf Community, you will find existing homes for sale or spacious real estate to help design your own new house. With a variety of home options, styles, and prices to fit your vision and needs you won’t be disappointed. Whether you’re planning on this home being your first or last, there is no better community to build your future. Come visit us today and learn more about the exciting options available to you at Homes at Cobble Creek. Call Randy at 970-497-9228 to learn more about available custom single-family and patio homes. Contact Madison about Spruce Point Patio Homes at 970-275-0662 or complete the Contact Us form.