ABOUT THE COMMUNITY
An intimate enclave of 22 custom homesites awaits you in Stage Station. Home to the original 1800s Stage Coach Station House, Stage Station is a sanctuary where the world ends and life begins. These custom homesites offer panoramic views, majestic ponderosa pines and native scrub oak, and rock formations.
custom HOMESITES AVAILABLE NOW. THIS COMMUNITY IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND A GUIDED TOUR WITH JAYDEN HOMES IS REQUIRED TO VIEW ALL HOMESITES. PLEASE CALL 719.200.6096 OR EMAIL US AT SALES@JAYDENHOMESCOLORADO.COM.
Shopping and Services
Nestled in the Woodmen Valley, Stage Station offers the convenience of location, location, location! Located west of I-25, off Woodmen Road, Stage Station is minutes from I-25 which offers convenient access shopping, dining, and entertainment for those traveling south to downtown Colorado Springs, east to Academy Boulevard or Powers Boulevard, or north to The Shops at Briargate or Interquest Parkway. A scenic place to call home, Stage Station is minutes from the Santa Fe Regional Trail.
About the Schools
Stage Station is located in Academy School District 20. Founded in 1957, Academy School District 20 is the largest school district in the Pikes Peak Region. Offering a variety of learning options, including eLearning, no charge full day kindergarten, and Enrichment Programs, Academy School District 20 is one of Colorado’s most desirable school districts.
Parks, Recreation and History
Step back in time as you stroll along the remains of the old stagecoach trail that meandors throughout Stage Station. Take a liesurely stroll through the woods and rock outcroppings (Hoodoos) of neighborhood open spaces. Convenient to the US Air Force Academy, this intimate enclave is rich in history and mere minutes from the Santa Fe Regional Trail and a variety of parks and recreational opportunities accessible from I-25, Woodmen Road, Academy Boulevard, and Powers Boulevard. Rich in history, the Stage Station area was once home to the 1860s settlement of Edgerton, Colorado. Located at what was once the confluence of Monument Creek and West Monument Creek, this early settler village was home to the Stage Station and Teachout Hotel, established as the first stage staion north of Old Colorado City on the route to Denver. Enjoying a run, walk, or bike ride on the Santa Fe Trail, the ruins of the hotel, stables, and stone barn are still visible in the meadow from the trail that runs along the northern boundary of Stage Station.
From I-25: West on E. Woodmen Road, go west at E. Woodmen Road (at Woodmen Valley Chapel) to Woodmen Court.