Welcome to the first Sanctuary Pointe HOA Newsletter.
Let us start by thanking you for choosing to make Sanctuary Pointe the place you call
home. Today's newsletter is the first of many to follow. The goal is to provide residents
with quarterly newsletter updates that offer information about development progress,
community events, and tips on how you can help us look after the natural beauty and
amenities in Sanctuary Pointe.
Sanctuary Pointe is currently home to 95 families. We expect to welcome another 30-40
families to the community by the end of 2018. We recently opened Filing 3A, an area
replatted from 48 paired-patio homes to 46 single family homesites, offering homes from
Classic Homes and Vantage Homes. The brisk momentum of sales is confirmation that
Sanctuary Pointe has become one of El Paso County’s most desirable communities.
Our land development and planning teams are currently working on the Phase 2 site plan,
which was approved by the Town of Monument in March. Phase 2 consists of 273 lots
within 196 acres, with more than 50 acres being tracts, open space and plans for a park.
The first release of 105 single family homesites is anticipated to begin early 2019.
Construction along Sanctuary Rim Drive and within Phase 2 began during the summer
and is anticipated to take, at minimum, 12 months (pending weather) to complete. Our
efforts will connect Sanctuary Rim Dr. to Gleneagle Dr. We are also very pleased with the
direction and progress of the trails plan. Construction of the trail system continues with
each adjacent phase of development. We believe Sanctuary Pointe is poised to boast
some of the best trails in the region.
We recently completed some notable improvements along the entrance to the
community, including stone columns, heavy cedar fence, two additional logo panels,
landscaping, and the community gazebo.
As always, we encourage you, your family and friends to take in everything your
community has to offer by experiencing the beauty of living in a Colorado forest-like
setting. When you are out and about, we ask that you be mindful that Sanctuary Pointe is
an active construction site, so please be safe.
If you have any suggestions about community events, topics, or photos you would like
to be considered for the winter or spring newsletters, please drop us an email at