Quail Crossing is located in Westminster Colorado between Huron Street and Osage Street east to west, and from 136th Avenue on the north to approximately 130th on the southern border where it meets the Big Dry Creek Open Space. At the northeast corner of the community lies Quail Crossing Park.
For the original duplex homes built in this community, Quail Crossing Homeowners Association is located in Westminster, Colorado at 134th Avenue and Huron Street. The Association consists of 134 duplex homes and was established in 1989. They provide trash removal, street snow removal, maintain the common areas and monitor and enforce covenants. On the individual lots the Association paints the exterior surfaces and maintains the shrubs, trees and lawn area. The homeowners are responsible for all other maintenance items on the lots and within any fenced area.
There are a number of single family homes which no longer have an active HOA or dues required which were built in the 1980’s and 1990’s. More recently a new group of about 43 homes were built between 2002-2004 which have a currently active HOA, and dues of $100 per month. “Quail Crossing Filing 3 Home Owner Association” contact 303-725-9703, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Built between 1980 and 2004, the price ranges from the low $200,000’s to low $300,000’s for some half duplex properties to mid $200,000’s to high $400,000’s for the newer single family homes.