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Located on the west edge of Black Forest, this fantastic house offers amazing views of Pikes peak, the front range mountains, Air Force Academy and city lights at night. Positioned perfectly for commuting to Colorado Springs or Denver, this is forest living as close to city convenience as you can get. 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 4-car garage, elevator, passive solar, great living spaces and a wonderful neighborhood. Come treat yourself to a visit and see if you are home!
- Location 12995 Morris Trail, Colorado Springs, CO, United States
- Price $ 749,990
- Beds:: 3
- Baths:: 4
- Garages:: 4
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Owner / Broker,
CRB, GRI, MRE, e-Pro, RCC, REDS
Douglas H. Barber has been a licensed real estate practitioner and REALTOR® in Colorado since 1975 (current broker license No. ER184371), when he joined the sales staff of The Rawhide Company, REALTORS®. He is presently President and Broker of that company. He literally grew up working in the business, assisting his father who had been developing and selling Colorado and Wyoming real estate since 1958.
Barber holds a degree in Real Estate and Construction Management from the University of Denver (1977). While at D.U., he was Charter President of Rho Epsilon, a professional real estate fraternity. He was later accepted to the Denver University Law School.
Real estate education has continued, with Barber earning the CRB (Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager), GRI (Graduate Realtors Institute), Master of Real Estate (MRE), and e-Pro (for technology use) designations. He has also taken training for other residential and commercial investment designations. Doug has attended over 70 hours of mediation training, is a member of the Colorado Council of Mediators and Mediation Organizations (CCMO), and his practice includes real estate and contract dispute mediation.
Barber has been a Director for many years of the Pikes Peak and Colorado Associations of REALTORS®, and is currently a Director of the National Association, where he has served on the Risk Management and Professional Standards committees. He was Chairman of the Board of the Pikes Peak Association in 2002-3, and its REALTOR® of the Year in 2004-5. He has chaired the Professional Standards Committees for both Associations, as well as other committees. Barber is a senior instructor for the State Association, teaching ethics, professional standards, risk management, contracts, and negotiation classes, as well as the Colorado Division of Real Estate Annual Update class. He provides pro-bono mediation and arbitration services for both Associations.
Barber is a licensed general contractor and owner of Rawhide Homes, Inc., and is hands-on active in building custom homes and general construction work (basements, remodeling, etc.). He also handles all aspects of developing land subdivisions, developing some 6,000 acres in Teller and El Paso Counties. He trains Rawhide salespeople, and actively lists and sells real estate, specializing in land and residential properties. He provides real estate and development consulting and counseling services, and has ample experience creating and serving on homeowner association boards and architectural review committees. He has been qualified as an expert witness in real estate matters.
Barber has been involved in community for many years (youth hockey, Boy Scouts, symphony, volunteering at Silver Key Senior Services, taught for Project Business, testified at public hearings regarding various land use requests, etc). In 1985-6 he was named Chair of the Black Forest Citizens Advisory Committee by the El Paso County Commissioners for revising and developing a County Land Use Master Plan for the Black Forest planning area.
Doug is an Eagle Scout. His favorite activities include scuba diving, mountain climbing, flying, skiing, guitar, reading and writing.
Cell Phone: Cell (719) 338-3053
Fax: Fax (719) 466-2031