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Clubhouse Terrace, Neighborhood Groups

 

Monunment

Amenities/Character/etc.

Amenities in the neighborhood include:


• 0.2 acre entrance area and monument and tree lined streets along Ute Creek Drive

Entrance


• 2.8 acre centralized and landscaped park with playground, walking path and benches circling the park, and a picnic pavilion
Park

Within walking distances are:
• Ute Creek Golf Course
• Jim Hamm Nature Preserve and the Boulder County open space just north of it
• Spring Gulch trail
• Stephen Day Park
• Rough and Ready Park
• Fox Creek Marketplace and Fox Creek Village shopping centers and future mix use village center at Shadow Grass Park Market Square (formerly Eastgate)
• Fall River Elementary

In addition, the neighborhood is close to:
• Union Reservoir
• Sandstone Ranch Community Park and District Park

Clubhouse Terrace is within the boundaries for Fall River Elementary, Trail Ridge Middle School, and Skyline High School.

Architecture

The neighborhood of 124 homes was built by Centex Homes and consists of nine different models from two housing series. The homes in the Tradition series back up to the golf course and ring the community while the homes in the Americana series are nested around the neighborhood park. There are 51 Tradition homes, including the house on Rannoch, and 73 Americana homes.

The Americana model homes were located on Polo Way and the Tradition model homes were located at the corner of Alpine St and Ashford Dr.

Table of names of homes and square footage as determined by the builder:
Americana
Monroe 1871
Madison 2112
Jefferson 2516
Lincoln 2644
Washington 3050
Tradition
Bayhill 2122
Pinehurst 2658
St. Andrews 3164
Augusta 3316

The homeowners association is managed by PML Inc. Previous neighborhood activities included the annual BBQ in the park, a 4th of July parade and picnic, and a back to school ice cream social.

 

Neighborhood Grant Projects

The 2005 Neighborhood Improvement Grant was awarded to complete the concrete sidewalk loop around the neighborhood park by adding the northeastern path and to add two more park benches. This project was completed in summer 2006.

The 2007 Neighborhood Improvement Grant was awarded to beautify the planting beds around the neighborhood by adding more colorful perennials. This project is to be completed in 2007.

History

Clubhouse Terrace is part of the 612 acre Spring Valley Master Plan that was annexed into Longmont in August 1994. Before that, the land was zoned industrial and was to be a corporate campus for Hewlett Packard. When the area was annexed, part of the plan was to develop a 200 acre golf course which eventually became the Ute Creek Golf Course in 1997. The Clubhouse Terrace neighborhood is known as Spring Valley Phase 9 Parcel K and the county recorded the final plat in September 2001. The first house closed in June 2002 and the last house closed in April 2004.

Information about the golf course from city of Longmont’s website:
Ute Creek, designed by the world-renowned golf course architects of the Robert Trent Jones II Group, opened in 1997. This 18-hole championship course is a Par 72, ranging in length from 5,509 yards to 7,167 yards. Ute Creek is one of only six Robert Trent Jones II courses in Colorado, and the only one on the northern Front Range. Its five lakes, two creeks, multi-level fairways and native grass areas will provide challenge and interest for players of all abilities.

Boundaries

The Clubhouse Terrace neighborhood is located at the heart of the Ute Creek Golf Course in northeastern Longmont. Its boundaries are holes 6 and 7 of the golf course to the east, holes 8 and 9 to the west, the golf course clubhouse to the north and 17th street to the south. The streets in this neighborhood include Ute Creek Dr, Rannoch Dr, and Lochmore Dr.

Map

Last Updated: June 30, 2009