7612 Crestone Peak Trail
Colorado Springs, CO 80924
Home for Humanity
Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity (PPHFH) builds simple, decent and affordable homes. PPHFH homes give low-income, first-time homebuyers the opportunity to achieve the dream of homeownership. All PPHFH homes are Energy Star Certified, which creates a more affordable living situation for families.
Features of this home include a solar PV system and a solar domestic hot water system provided by BESTWAY Plumbing-Heating-Solar-Geothermal. The solar PV system is a 3.68kW SunPower® system featuring a SunPower® in-house and web-based monitoring system. The solar domestic hot water system consists of 2-Apricus® AP-20 evacuated tube solar collectors, which absorb energy even when the sun is not shining directly on them, and a SuprerStor stainless steel lifetime warranty solar tank. These elements provide a significant reduction in energy bills and contribute to a more overall energy-efficient home.
Woodmen Vistas is in School District 20 and close to many amenities. Single-car garages, front porches simple design, and a family-friendly neighborhood all contribute to the Woodmen Vistas community.
To learn more about Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity visit www.pikespeakhabitat.org. Please come see a Habitat home for yourself and learn more about affordable housing in our community and the ways in which you can get involved.
About the Builder
Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity (PPHFH) builds and rehabilitates homes for low-income families in El Paso County in partnership with future homeowners and the community. PPHFH is a nonprofit organization that has been in Colorado Springs since 1986 – celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. PPHFH families meet three criteria: need, willingness to partner, and ability to pay. Families make 25-50 percent of the area median income and could not qualify for a home under traditional means. They contribute 350-450 hours of sweat equity into the construction of their homes, attend credit counseling, and participate in homeowner education workshops. When completed, families receive zero-interest mortgages and 90 percent of the home is built by volunteers. The monthly mortgage payments go into a revolving Fund for Humanity that is used to build more homes. PPHFH promotes self-sufficiency and works to break the cycle of poverty – one family at a time.
Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity
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