Homestead Farm II NeighborhoodHomestead Farm II is one of the Denver area's most popular neighborhoods.  Without question this is a great setting for a family and children.  Many home sales here are simply currrent owners moving up to a larger home within the neigbhorhood.  Rarely are there many homes available on the market for sale to choose from.  And a sure sign of a popular neighborhood is if there are major remodels of homes including blowing out the back or popping the top.  There are many of these improvements going on all the time.  There is at least one home I know of where the owners not only blew out the back, they dug the basement larger to go under the addition in the back.  This is one of the most looked after neigborhoods you will find in regard to the Architectural Control Committee ascertaining that architectural guidelines are always met when exterior improvements are made to the homes.  This helps protect the property values for the long run. 

Homestead Farm II sits on gently rolling hills and provides wonderful amenities such as open space greenbelts, recreational facilities, jogging and bike paths for the neighborhood’s exclusive use.  Maintenance and operation of these amenities is provided by the Homestead Farm II Homeowner’s Association in which membership is included with the purchase of a Homestead Farm II home.  Throughout the year the Social Committee schedules many social functions for adults and children.  Fun celebrations are held during Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor DayHomestead Farm II weekends, just to name a few.  There are trike and bike parades, pool games and barbecues.  If you enjoy tennis, the Tennis Committee organizes tennis tournaments and coordinates United States Tennis Association leagues.  Really special for the kids is the Homestead Farm II swim team, the Barracudas.  

Children's education is a high priority for parents in the  Homestead Farm II neighborhood.  The schools are in the quality Littleton School District.  It is often said that it is the parents that make the schools.  Well, here the parents are truly actively involved in the Franklin Elementary School, Powell Middle school and Arapahoe High School.