Equestrian Home Rentals in Colorado – Board or Rent a Horse Nearby
If you want to ride horses in Colorado, ask about home rentals. Near the city, choose from rental homes west of Denver or Colorado Springs or in Douglas County. Though you could end up buying your own horse property in Boulder or Douglas counties, try renting a house or condo close to stables. In Colorado you cannot get too far from horses.
Rent a home and a horse. Why not? Your life is fluid right now and it is hard to commit to caring for a horse or owning the pastor you need. Indoor riding arenas, private lessons, plenty for children – dressage, hunter and jumper–and rodeo are offered throughout the area. Talk to Colorado Luxe Living Property Management division. We will find you a rental home near equestrian activities.
Take a tour. If you travel off the beaten path south from I-70 on Highway 74, see fields of grazing horses—from Evergreen to Morrison and down Highway 285 through Conifer. East of I-25, Highway 83 runs parallel. Taking this route, drivers immediately notice the uptick in horse trailers. Beautiful suburban horse properties and boarding stables are prominent throughout Parker, Franktown, Castle Rock, Larkspur, Monument, and Black Forest. Homes for rent in these areas sit close to boarding facilities.
Summit County Homes for Rent
1. Ski Home in Breckenridge: 6 beds/4 baths/4097 sf, $6200
2. Condo in Expedition Station: 1 bed/2 baths/556 sf, $2550
Denver Homes for Rent
3. Bungalow in Platt Park: 4 bedroom/2 baths/1944 sf, $3500
4. Denver Penthouse for Rent: 3 beds/2.5 baths/1336 sf, $3300
5. Home near Downtown and Sloan’s Lake: 4 beds/3 baths/1521 sf, $3500
6. Littleton Dutch Ridge Townhouse: 2 beds/1 bath/870 sf, $1595
Aurora Colorado Homes for Rent
7. North Aurora Home: 3 bedrooms/2 baths/1716 sf, $2100
8. Aurora/Fitzsimons/Anschutz: 3 beds/3 baths/1499 sf, $2150
9. 2-story Aurora Single Family Home in Adonea Subdivision: 4 beds/4 baths/2496 sf, $2500
Colorado Springs Homes for Rent
10. Rockrimmon Condo in NE Colorado Springs: 3 bedrooms/2 baths/1406 sf, $1600
Rental Homes near Stables
Do you only ride occasionally? There are hundreds of equestrian ranches throughout Summit County. Rudolph Ranch and Elk Ridge Ranch in Dillon or Breckenridge Stables for starters. Closer to Denver, check out stables in Conifer or Evergreen or Brighton. Triple Creek Ranch in Longmont and the list goes on.
Buying Equestrian Properties in Central Colorado
If you dream of the Colorado Western lifestyle, think about buying a Colorado home in a horse friendly subdivision. At many in Douglas County feature 5-acre parcels. Several neighborhoods also feature community barns and stables. Bannock Ranch in Colorado Springs comes to mind. As do the Douglas County subdivisions in Parker and on the west side of Castle Rock. Maybe Pradera or Horse Creek.
Start an Equine Hobby
Horses and their horseback riders thrive in Central Colorado. Our equine friends sense their importance in keeping us happy and healthy. Trails lead along the rivers, through the undulating foothills, and into meadows and dales. Regardless of where you go, take the time to show up at rodeos and county fairs when the lockdown eases up. They will give you a peek at the equestrian opportunities around Denver and Colorado Springs.
Through the seasons, horses lead us through the cathedrals of Colorado wildernesses and woodlands. Take your horse and venture into the national forests and mountain peaks in Summit County for some fantastic vistas.
The team at Colorado Luxe Living Property Management offers high-quality real estate and property management services. Call us at (303) 205-7875. We offer online tours and personal guidance to meet your goals and standards. Serving Summit County as well as the Denver and Pikes Peak regions.