Columbine Valley (1959, 5,280 feet), modeled after the Thunderbird Country Clubs in Palm Springs and Phoenix, is wrapped around the Columbine Country Club and Golf Course. The Clubhouse (1955, C. Francis Pillsbury) is California ranch style with large expanses of glass, patios, and stone and brick walls under a cedar shake roof. Many of the surrounding homes are similarly styled, with a minimum of 1,400 square feet of interior space, large patios, and attached multicar garages.
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