Majestic Ponderosa pines, graceful rolling meadows, clean air and captivating mountain views are just a few of Walden’s natural amenities.
The Preserve at Walden, an all new custom home community, features a mile and a half long open space area with private hiking trails and ponds for its residents. Public Utilites including water and sewer eliminate the need for wells and septic systems, a unique and convenient feature not commonly offered at similar communities.
Located in the neighborhood of the Preserve at Walden is Ray E. Kilmer Elementary School, one of the five elementary schools in the Lewis-Palmer School District. Monument Academy Charter School offering classes for preschool to 8th grade students is the only charter school in Monument located in District 38. Older children living in The Preserve at Walden could attend Lewis-Palmer Middle School and Lewis-Palmer High School. For more information about Lewis-Palmer School District #38, visit www.lewispalmer.org.
The Walden Property Owners Association in the Preserve at Walden actively works to maintain the quality of the area. Annual dues are collected every January. The responsibilities of the Walden HOA include architectural control (ACC) and to uphold the convenants. Members of the ACC review all building plans, fences, landscape plans, and exterior colors. Please contact the Walden POA at email@example.com or visit the association website at www.waldenpoa.org if should you have any questions.
Monument is located in the middle of the Tri-Lakes area. It is bordered by the mountains and Palmer Lake to the west, southern Douglas County and Larkspur to the north, Black Forest to the east, and Gleneagle and the Air Force Academy to the south. The average high temperatures in the summer reach 85 degrees Fahrenheit, while the average winter low temperature is 12 degrees. Monument gets about 100 inches of snowfall a year; however, warm sunny days are not uncommon in the middle of winter. • Established 1879 • Elevation 7,135 ft • Population 6800 • Land Area Size 5 square miles