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Running parallel to the Powers corridor, Marksheffel Road and the surrounding areas include new developments and open land just waiting for new homes to be built. The neighborhood stretches from Marksheffel Road in the west to Falcon in the east. Banning Lewis Ranch and Claremont Ranch currently offer beautiful homes with spectacular communities, and new houses are being added every day.
Banning Lewis Ranch includes new homes from various builders utilizing similar styles to create a classic neighborhood feel, and it is located just south of the Marksheffel Road and Woodmen Road intersection. A full-featured community center, referred to as the Ranch House, sits in the middle of this master-planned community. It offers a fitness room, meeting area, and a demonstration kitchen. A splash area and pool compliment the barbecue grills and fire pits on the patio, and several tennis courts are open for play, as well. Another splash park and themed neighborhood parks provide outdoor options for any type of weather. Community events occur year-round, from the annual resident pig roast to daily yoga classes at the fitness center. Banning Lewis Ranch Academy, a public K-8 charter school, is located within the neighborhood, bringing nearby students the advantages of high academic standards and the convenience of living close. High school classes are offered at the Banning Lewis Ranch Preparatory School just around the corner.
Claremont Ranch is a newer neighborhood just north of Marksheffel Road and Highway 24. Although Banning Lewis offers more communal amenities, Claremont Ranch residents communicate through an online neighborhood association and enjoy plenty of nearby conveniences. A full shopping center was recently completed just to the north of the neighborhood. Retailers and services include King Soopers Marketplace and Fuel Center, Constitution Dental Group, Dickey's Barbecue Pit, and Glo Nail Spa. Additionally, both neighborhoods offer easy access to services available along Powers Boulevard, in Briargate, and throughout the entirety of Colorado Springs.
School District 49 serves the students living in the Marksheffel area. With the vision of being the best choice in public education, District 49 is the fastest growing school district in El Paso County and works to foster academic, athletic, and social success through programs offered to all ages of students. Alternatively, nearby charter schools include James Irwin Charter Schools, Imagine Classical Academy, and Rocky Mountain Classical Academy.
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