Black Creek – Generational Living

With stunning views of the surrounding mountains, Black Creek is a master-planned community that offers a variety of architectural styles from three different builders. Thoughtfully designed, each home takes into account its natural environment, optimizing space and promoting its scenic surroundings. While square footage varies, most homes include four bedrooms and three baths, with luxurious features like two-story foyers, hardwood flooring throughout, and screened-in porches. Little details like hardwood shelving in closets, tile flooring in bathrooms, and brick masonry foundations come standard, making sure these homes are built to last and will be passed on to the next generation. Open to the rest of the living spaces, kitchens include custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances. With access to hiking and biking trails, an award-winning golf course, walkable streets, a dog park, and a sports complex, Black Creek’s amenities encourage community engagement.

 

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