Cozy, quaint, and delightful. These are just some of the words homeowners use to describe the floorplans in Classic Homes’ Renaissance Collection.
As the developer and one of the original homebuilders in our award-winning community of Flying Horse, the team at Classic Homes is thrilled to break ground on two new model homes in the newest neighborhood village to open in Flying Horse…The Village of Torino. Classic Homes began building the Renaissance Collection in 2014 in Indigo Ranch. Today, this collection of homes offers home seekers the opportunity to select from two ranch plans — the 1,535 sq. ft. Fresco and the 1,457 sq. ft. Harmony and three 2-story plans: the 1,762 sq. ft. Genesis, 1,615 sq. ft. Millennium and the 1,865 sq. ft. Tranquility. New home pricing begins in the $320s and all plans include an attached 2-car alley-load garage. Each home in this collection represents a distinctive charm and elegance that complements the look and style that Flying Horse is known for.
As an added benefit, each of the 53 lots include a coveted Social Fitness Membership to The Club at Flying Horse so homeowners in The Village of Torino will have the opportunity to enjoy state-of-the-art athletic equipment, group fitness classes, aquatics programs, along with a variety of seasonal social activities.
To learn more about The Renaissance Collection…call, visit, or email Classic Homes today!
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About Classic Homes:
Classic Homes has been a leading local homebuilder in the Pikes Peak region since 1989 with a reputation based on a sincere and unwavering belief that quality, value, and commitment to customer satisfaction must remain at the forefront in the process of delivering a home to its customers. Year after year, Classic Homes is recognized as Colorado Springs’ Best Homebuilder by The Gazette and the Best in Business by the Colorado Springs Business Journal.
Posted by Kim S.
For a very limited-time (now through June 30, 2017) finished basements are on the house when you build a new home with Colorado Springs Best Home Builder in Colorado Springs Best Home Development. Plus, all new homes in The Village of Milan include a coveted Social Fitness Membership in The Club at Flying Horse! But hurry! While the list of reasons for owning a Classic in The Village of Milan goes on and on, the opportunity for a Free Finished Basement stops here. View our interactive map to learn more about available homesites!
Classic Homes and The Village of Milan at Flying Horse. It’s The Winning Combination.
The Village of Milan is the perfect complement to the home design styles and neighborhood amenities found throughout Flying Horse. You can expect to see an exciting line-up of award-winning floor plans showcasing some of the most popular ranchers and 2-story plans in the area. With its close proximity to The Club, this exciting D20 neighborhood village is the epitome country club living!
Flying Horse lies on the northern edge of colorful, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and is only a scenic, fifty-minute drive from its metropolitan sister city, Denver. With magnificent vistas that range from meadow to mountain views, the Flying Horse community offers a secluded getaway for both the casual golfer seeking a round of golf or game of tennis and the discriminating homeowner who dreams of luxury living in a master-planned community.
Classic Homes – The Village of Milan at Flying Horse
2057 Ripple Ridge Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80921
719-722-3865 | ClassicHomes.com/Milan
*Applies to new build construction homes, and only when financed through Classic Homes’ preferred lenders. Valid on new contracts written from 5/8/17 – 6/30/17. Offer applies only to Classic Homes in The Village of Milan. Limitations on floorplans and home sites may exist. Cannot be combined with any other incentives or discounts. Pricing and availability subject to change without notice. See Sales Counselor for details.
Posted by Adrianna E.
Is a newly built home right for you? Do you want a home that you’ve helped design and that offers the latest in energy efficiency and design? Or a previously owned home that may need fix-ups, paint jobs, and walls moved around to create the types of open spaces that make sense today?
These are baseline questions that confront many home shoppers early in the process. Your own answers are likely to depend on your lifestyle preferences, financing needs, and the priorities you put on features like high energy efficiency, functional arrangements of interior living spaces, and your desire, budget and aptitude when it comes to repairs and capital improvements.
There are a number of reasons you might prefer a resale house, even if it needs work. For instance, you may have your heart set on moving to a specific neighborhood in the city or a close-in suburb, where newly-constructed houses are rare or not available unless you buy an existing home, tear it down, and build a new home on the lot. Or you may be a do-it-yourself aficionado and relish the opportunity to take an old house and transform it, even if that takes considerable time and money.
So it’s understandable that some buyers prefer an existing house in an older neighborhood. But have you seriously considered the potential advantages of buying new? Here’s a quick overview of some of the important pluses of new homes to think about:
Energy Consumption/Green Building: If you care about “green” — whether that means the money you spend on energy bills every month or your concern about the environment — a newly constructed home is virtually always the better option. Homes built today must meet far tougher national code standards for energy efficiency than just a few years back. Most newly-built homes, in fact, come with energy certifications covering walls, roofs, windows, doors and even appliance packages. Virtually no resale homes offer certifications because they were built to much lower standards — often decades ago, when energy usage was an afterthought.
You can retrofit many elements of an existing house to improve its energy efficiency, but it’s costly. Even then, because of design shortcomings, you may not be able to achieve the level of efficiency that is now routine with a newly-constructed home. In addition, new homes typically offer better air filtration which increases indoor air quality, reducing symptoms from those who have asthma or allergies.
Flexibility for Space and Wiring Customization: When you buy a resale house, you get what’s already there. That may include room layouts, ceiling heights and lighting that may have made sense in the1950s or earlier — formal dining rooms, small kitchens, fewer bathrooms and windows, and the like. With a new home, by comparison, you can often participate in the design of interior spaces with the builder, in advance of actual construction. Plus many new homes come with the sophisticated wiring that’s needed for high-speed electronics and communication equipment, entertainment centers and security systems. With an older home, you may have to spend substantial sums of money to take down walls where that’s possible — some are so-called load-bearing walls that are not easily moved — to enlarge rooms in order to create the flowing, more open living space that is preferred today.