Bent Tree is a smaller residential community located approximately 3 miles east of downtown Monument.
The neighborhood name, Bent Tree, comes from a winter phenomenon with the tall and thin trees. During heavy snowfall, these trees would bend over from the weight of the snow… sometimes all the way to the ground. With so many trees almost forming an arch from the snow, the neighborhood was aptly named.
The Bent Tree HOA website has ready access to governing documents for the community.
With lot sizes generally larger than 2.5 acres and heavily treed, the neighborhood offers privacy for everyone. Lot sizes are typically ~2.5 acres and zoned for single-family homes.
Home Sales for the Past 6 Months (Mar - Aug 2020)
Number sold: 6
Average sold price: $901,500
Highest sold price: $1,240,000
Lowest sold price: $699,000
Fox Run park. The park allows hikers, mountain biking and horseback riding on the 4-miles of meandering trails. Gazebos are available to rent for special occasions. Children enjoy the vast areas of lawn and playgrounds within the park. The newest addition is a dog park, the only area in the park where dogs may be off-leash.
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