Denver, CO October 23, 2018 – Fox Hill, a custom home development located in Franktown, CO, is creating a new chapter for the property while honoring the property’s legacy as a working farm. Families can enjoy the peaceful pleasures found by living on a fully sustainable farm, includingorchards, berry-picking patch and row gardens designed by Elizabeth and Kory Kraft, all without sacrificing proximity to more urban areas. Fox Hill is conveniently accessible to the Denver Tech Center, Denver International Airport, Parker, Elizabeth and Castle Rock Situated on historic farmland, Fox Hill offers 92 custom homesites ranging from 1.5 to 4.4 acres, and showcases a barn and silos. The original 1912 Charleston style farmhouse now serves as the sales office for the property, allowing potential residents to view spec designs and plans in the home that started it all. The Fox Hill development offers incredible views of the Rocky Mountains and is surrounded by 130 acres of beautiful and pristine open space. Architecture and design elements also respect the legacy of the farm. Rustic elegance, modern farmhouse and sophisticated country can all be used to describe the aesthetics of the model homes and plans, giving the property a sense of cohesion and charm. Doug McLaughlin was raised on the farm that is now Fox Hill and today, he and his wife Paige represent the property through Mile High Living, part of the RE/MAX Alliance. “It’s a joy to see how this piece of land is being transformed into a place where families will be able to live and grow,” said McLaughlin. “As a father of three young daughters, I think about the impact community has on families and I’m proud to say Fox Hill’s new iteration will make it one of the premier places to live in Colorado.” More information about Fox Hill can be found by visiting liveinfoxhill.com.