If you live in Northern Colorado, you know Centerra. But what you might not know is that tucked into this busy regional hub is The Lakes at Centerra—a neighborhood of beautiful new homes for sale. With two shimmering lakes. Miles of trails. A great neighborhood school. A place to swim and socialize called the Lake Club. Oh, and about 150 different kinds of birds, fish and mammals. It’s Colorado’s only Certified Community Wildlife Habitat.* And it’s like no place else.
Living here in The Lakes in Loveland, Colorado, you never know what you might see. A fox darting across the bike path. A mink slipping into the underbrush. A bald eagle soaring over the lake. But most surprising? This is home.
So what will it be today? A little kayaking on Houts Reservoir? Walking the kids over to the Lake Club for some pool time? Heading to the community garden to check on the tomatoes? Or just hanging out on your own front porch.
When you’ve finished your morning run or the kids are tuckered out from swimming at the Lake Club, what kind of place do you want to come home to? At The Lakes, this is definitely a multiple-choice question.
Map not to scale and for general information purposes only.
The Lakes brings you closer to nature and just about everything else. Living here, you can bike over to the Lake Club to swim a few laps. To the High Plains Environmental Center to harvest your zucchini. You might even be close enough to pedal to the office. And your new home is in the very heart of Northern Colorado, just a half-hour from Ft. Collins, Longmont and Greeley, minutes from downtown Loveland and moments from the shops, flavors and fun of Centerra.
PEC Director, Jim Tolstrup, will guide participants through the processes for restoring natural areas, including: Inventory – assessing the ecological and cultural site conditions of the proposed natural areaIdentification – determining the primary landscape functions (aesthetics, water, wildlife and plant conservation) that are important to the project areaZoning – delineating the project area into functional groups – those […]