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Indian Hills Homes for Sale

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4 | 1
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5,436
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#3862085 | Single Family Home
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RE/MAX Professionals
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3 | 3
Baths
7,705
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#5782861 | Single Family Home
Courtesy of:
Keller Williams Realty Success
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3 | 2
Baths
4,384
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(35)
 
 
#5595754 | Single Family Home
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Elevated Living RE
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4 | 1
Baths
4,341
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#7238452 | Single Family Home
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BlueMatch
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Beds
2 | 1
Baths
3,419
SqFt
(35)
 
 
#6242609 | Single Family Home
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LIV Sotheby's International Realty
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1 | 3
Baths
4,277
SqFt
(35)
 
 
#2208643 | Single Family Home
Courtesy of:
RE/MAX ALLIANCE
4
Beds
2
Baths
2,574
SqFt
(28)
 
 
#4742723 | Single Family Home
Courtesy of:
Keller Williams Advantage Realty LLC
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Indian Hills Homes for Sale

 

Breathe in the smell of pine trees and morning dew every day! Imagine living a quiet life in one of Indian Hills, Colorado homes for sale. A life filled with snow-capped mountain views, spreading foliage, and rolling hills waiting for you in these Denver luxury homes.

 

History

At around 1860, mill operator John Parmalee came to Colorado and made a settlement in Mount Vernon. There he built and operated sawmills and shingle mills. He was later commissioned to build a road which is now known as the Parmalee Gulch.

 

The area got the interest of George Olinger and in 1921, he bought the properties. Olinger made some parts of the land into a development which was named Indian Hills, and turned the other part of the land into a golf course. In 1923, Indian Hills became the community’s official name under the Jefferson County records.

 

Amenities and Famous Landmarks

Indian Hills does not only consist of eternal rolling landscapes of green, but the community also features some interesting places where friends and families can visit.

 

Geneva Glen Camp

Geneva Glen Camp is perfect for those who enjoy experiencing the great outdoors through camping, hiking, and sitting back to relax and watch the sunset between the mountains.

 

Mirada Fine Art Gallery

Home of the collection of numerous art pieces by various artists, Mirada Fine Art Gallery is one of the prime attractions of Indian Hills.

 

Indian Hills Homes

Listed available properties have lots ranging from 1,700 to 7,700 square feet wide, most of them boasting a house of unique architectural design and style in locations that can be on the roadside, beside a pond, or on top of a hill overlooking Indiana Hills. Prices vary from $350,000 to $1,900,000.

  • Bungalows
  • Country houses
  • Modern style

 

If you are interested in living in Indian Hills, give Matt Metcalf and the people of Mile High Home Pro a call right now!