South Woodmoor Homes For Sale
A beautiful community with Ponderosa Pines and gorgeous views of the Front Range
South of Highway 105 and west of the Timberview Community on Furrow Rd, is South Woodmoor. With mature Ponderosa Pines, Scrub Oak, and beautiful views of the Front Range, South Woodmoor is a mature community in the Southern part of the larger Woodmoor area.
With a great mix of unique, older homes from the early 1970’s, and with some new construction in 2018 and 2019, South Woodmoor is one of the premiere neighborhoods in Monument, Colorado.
In the opposite direction down Jackson Creek Parkway, you have a lot of new commercial development, with new restaurants and shopping. Just down the road from that is even more development in the North Gate area.
It’s nice to be so close to so many amenities…and then be able to come home to peace and quiet on your half to full acre lot filled with trees and low maintenance natural landscaping.
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Incredible D38 Schools
Lewis Palmer High School
At 1300 Higby Rd on the southwest corner of South Woodmoor, Lewis Palmer High School is often considered one of the best high schools in the state. Here are some quick facts about LPHS:
- Eight-time John Irwin School of Excellence Award Recipient including 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2017
- 21 AP course options
- Project Lead the Way National Certification, offering Engineering and Biomedical courses
- 2015 Colorado State Teacher of the Year Kathy Thirkell
And here are some recent news articles about Lewis Palmer High School:
- All five LPHS boys’ basketball starters will play basketball in college
- Bearbotics Team makes debut at World Competition
- LPHS basketball player named Gazette Preps Male Peak Performer of the Year
- LPSD student-athletes sign national letters of intent
- Bill Benton named Gazette Preps Boys’ Basketball Coach of the Year
- LPHS Rangers end undefeated season with 4A boys’ basketball state title
- LPHS boys’ basketball team completes first undefeated regular season in more than 15 years
- Monument Board of Trustees address growth and overcrowded classrooms in D38
- A day in the life of Debbie Sell: Meeting the social and emotional needs of our students
- LPHS athletes sign Letters of Intent on National Signing Day
- LPHS senior selected for U.S. Senate Youth Program and $10,000 scholarship
- Carrie Hendrix recognized as one of JEA’s Special Recognition Advisers of the Year
- District 38 Talks Mental Health
- LPHS Receives State Recognition: John Irwin Award
- Tri-Lakes Area Growth Rate Affects LPSD
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