“Golf is good, it means I get some fresh air and exercise, take my mind off work and see some of the landscape of the place I’m visiting.”
– Harry Connick, Jr.
Do you feel the same about golf as Harry Connick, Jr.? If yes, why limit that experience he talks about to just when you visit a place? Why not make that a daily experience by purchasing a home near a golf course? If you don’t golf, wouldn’t you still like to have the experience of fresh air and the beautiful landscape of a golf course?
In addition to the fresh air and landscape, when you purchase that golf course home, you are not only purchasing the experience that Connick, Jr. talks about, but you are purchasing a community.
Colorado golf course homes are usually in communities that offer other amenities, too, such as community pools, tennis and basketball courts, and walking trails. You’ll meet people with similar careers who also like to golf and enjoy the activities in the community.
Other things to consider when purchasing your golf course home:
- The homes can be located right next to the golf course so you enjoy the green space, or closer to a set of trees so you have more privacy.
- Golf courses tend to attract wildlife, so you also have the enjoyment of watching the wildlife and knowing the golf course will tend to any mess they leave.
- In Colorado, you can often enjoy the views of the mountains. So, you get both the view of the lush green space, and the mountains to enjoy while you watch the sunsets and sunrises.