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The Keep, Luxury Custom Home Community Breaks Ground

Updated: Jun 9

September 25, 2022, Denver, CO — The Keep, a gated, luxury home community with 64 environmentally friendly country estates on land rich in the history of the American West, has been made available to the public.

Minutes from Denver and Castle Rock, The Keep is 1,100 acres of pristine land, including a 745-acre nature preserve. Each homesite offers exclusive privacy and exquisite views of the Front Range abundant in ponderosa pines, gambel oak, rolling plains, and wildflower meadows.

Developers for The Keep ensure a reverence for the land — a portion of every sale of every piece of property goes toward the Cherokee Ranch and Castle Foundation to assure its operation in perpetuity. In exchange, The Keep homeowners enjoy special access to the beautiful Cherokee Ranch and Castle.

"The Keep is truly a hidden gem, and we are thrilled to preserve its deep history rooted in the American West, while sustainably developing homes that allow us to share this beautiful place with families that will love and care for the land,” said Mark Connor, The Keep Partner.

Phase I is sold out, with Phase II launch underway. Positioned closely outside of Denver, the development is zoned for Douglas County School District — scored in statewide testing as the highest performing public schools in the entire Denver Metro area. From golfing and hiking to enjoying some of the best food in the area, families are finding their way home at The Keep


About The Keep

The Keep is an exclusive custom home community in Sedalia, Colorado. Phase I is officially sold out and Phase II construction is now underway. The development features 64 custom home sites, each on 4-10 acres of pristine land with beautiful views, trails, a community lake, and a gathering space. With 745 acres of protected open space, every home enjoys a balance of community and privacy in the only portion of Tweet Kimball’s legendary 4,500-acre Cherokee Ranch entrusted for residential development. Learn more at

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