In typical Colorado fashion, Mother Nature’s unpredictable weather forecast for the Fox Hill grand opening event last weekend called for wind, rain, and snow. Traditionally, this forecastwould be cause for concern for realtors and developers for any open house let alone a much-anticipated opening of Douglas County’s newest custom home development. Alas, as Colorado natives well know, a little snow will not get in the way of an exciting occasion. As snow gracefully fell on Saturday, the Fox Hill property revealed her magic and spring splendor and the crowds arrived bringing with them excitement.Visitors filled their bellies with food truck fare and marveled at the upcoming Fox Hill model and spec homes built by Copperleaf Homes, Gladstone Custom Homes and Clifton Homes. These new custom homes which feature modern and craftsman farmhouse and Colorado mountain contemporary design concepts pair perfectly with the legacy of the original 1912 farmhouse that is appointed on the east side of the property. This farmhouse now serves as the Fox Hill sales office where realtors and exclusive marketers of the project, Paige and Doug McLaughlin will walk buyers through the history and future of the property. “The feedback we received over the weekend from our visitors and buyers was overwhelmingly positive”, Paige McLaughlin noted. “Buyers and Colorado residents are looking for a quiet lifestyle without sacrificing the easy access into nearby city centers such as Castle Rock, Parker and the DTC. Not only did they say they needed room to breathe and have a sense of peace from the normal day-to-day chaos, they loved the opportunity of having the farm fresh produce and eggs that the Fox Hill Farm will be able to provide the residents.” The Fox Hill neighborhood is bringing a sustainable garden to the community which will feature an English-style greenhouse equipped with an aquaponics system, apple and pear orchard, traditional row gardens, berry patch, and farm-fresh eggs. Residents will have the ability to opt in to a co-op program which will provide weekly boxes of produce and eggs grown from the land itself. After the wildly successful grand opening, only a few lots remain available in the first release. Pre-sale opportunities are now available on fully finished custom spec homes on 1.8-acrehomesites starting around $1.1 million andremaining lotsare priced starting at $249,900.Buyer’s need not delay on selecting one of the remaining lots with expansive mountainviews and one of the preferred builders who will design and build a custom home specific to the landscape of the lot and the buyer’s lifestyle. The Fox Hill sales office located at 2742 Flintwood Road, Franktown, CO 80116 and is accessed by turning east onto Fox View Trail. Additional information is available by calling Paige and Doug McLaughlin at 303.620.6677 or by visiting www.liveinfoxhill.com.