|The Bucking Horse community is located on the southeast side of Fort Collins and focuses on sustainable living. The land where the community sits was known as Jessup Farm, embraces the local food movement and will offer a trail system, vegetable and fruit trees, a working farm, a community garden and farm to fork restaurant. The community has been developed on 5 key principles: community, environment, education, health, economics.
|The community offers a junior Olympic swimming pool with life guards, clubhouse and swim team. The City of Fort Collins will be developing a 6 acre city park in the center of the community that will connected to the Poudre Trail. Bucking Horse is centrally located at Timberline and Drake and offers homes from the high $300’s The neighborhood is served by the Poudre School District and the assigned schools are Riffenburgh Elementary, Lesher Middle and Fort Collins High School.
|If you'd like to see a market report with prices and other information over the last 12 months in The Bucking Horse Neighborhood as a whole, see our Bucking Horse Homes Fort Collins, Colorado Real Estate Market Report. Call or contact us for more information!
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