4 decked-out homes to visit this holiday season

Natasha Lovato

Natasha Lovato / NewsBreak Denver

(Douglas County, Colo.) Some Douglas County residents got into the Christmas spirit by turning their homes into must-see light shows.

Here are four decked-out homes to consider visiting:

Hazard’s Gingerbread House

10221 Fairgate Way, Highlands Ranch This neighborhood home in Highlands Ranch uses a colorful light display to create the illusion of a gigantic glowing gingerbread house featuring 6-foot candy canes and lollipops. Click here for more information.

Cottoncreek Manor’s Christmas wonderland

9971 Cottoncreek Dr., Highlands Ranch

Known for its Halloween haunted house, the Cottoncreek Manor was re-decorated for the holidays in a magnificent light display. This year’s design includes reindeer, angels, snowmen, and a full-size sleigh driven by Santa Claus.

Click here for more information.

The Star Wars House: The Battle for the North Pole

9973 Blackbird Place, Highlands Ranch

The Christmas Spirit is strong in this house. Featuring beloved Star Wars characters, Santa Claus, and more. The Star Wars house invites guests to view their nightly light show.

Photo byRon DePotty

Lights on Larkspur

11837 Larkspur Dr., Parker

Guests are invited to watch the light show synchronized to music on 97.1 FM radio at the Lights on Larkspur home. 

The show runs 5-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday through New Year’s Day.

Photo byChuck Schmidt

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