Sundrop Model

A unique 4 bedroom, 3 and a half bath two story with a great room and an oversized dining area. Upstairs is a large master suite with two walk-in closets and trex deck.

Silver Sage Model

This spacious ranch style home features 2 bedrooms and 2.5 baths in just over 2600 square feet. If you prefer, a study can replace one of the bedrooms. On the perfect Ohtama lot, a walkout basement will add more space for fun and entertaining.

Golden Rod Model

The convenience of a ranch style home combined with the privacy of a two story. This main floor master plan has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths in 3000 square feet. The beautiful wooden and stone exterior will compliment your Ohtama surroundings.

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  • Is your home ready for winter?

    This article is from Anita Alvarez.
    Shorter days, cooler temperatures, Halloween – these are all signs that winter’s right around the corner. While the weather is still suitable for working outside, put on your work boots and gloves, head outside and […]

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    This article is from RBS&K Home Inspectors.
    Knock Knock…It’s Your Plumbing
    Every time the clothes washer fills, you hear knocking and thumping in the wall or basement. Then it knocks again during the rinse cycle. What’s knocking?
    Often it’s the water pipes knocking […]

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    There is an insurance that can help keep appliances working like new. With this kind of insurance, if an appliance breaks down, there is a certain amount of coverage given. Even with the insurance, however, keeping […]

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  • Should you buy a fixer upper?

    This article is from William Giakoumatos of American Custom Contractors
    Buying your first home can be very exciting. Among all the decisions you’ll have to make when you seek that home is whether you want to buy one that’s ready to […]

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  • Fall home buying perks

    This article is from Suzanne Da Vita of RisMedia.
    As we close out a summer marked by rising home prices and limited supply, we’re conditioned to expect the inevitable end-of-season slowdown. But the change of season doesn’t mean activity drops off […]

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The Legend of Ohtama

Among the first people to visit the Evergreen area were members of the Arapaho Nation who came here on their annual hunts for buffalo and other game.

Old stories tell of a sacred pipe that was always carried ahead on their travels. The pipe-bearer would signal the beginning and end of the day’s journey. Each year the pipe-bearer would guide the tribe back to wildlife filled meadows and hills, to a place to watch the sunrise and sunset, to a very special place, here to Ohtama, the place of honor.

Let Ohtama be the beginning and end of your day’s journey.

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