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Why buy Parker Colorado real estate in Stonegate

July 1st, 2008 | Written by | Buyers, Sellers, Stonegate

What makes Stonegate in Parker CO so special.

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When the thought of buying Parker Colorado Real Estate comes to mind buyers generally look to one neighborhood first. Stonegate. Why do buyers consider Stonegate to be at the top of their list when starting their search. The answer is simple. Location and amenities.

Stonegate is a 1,603-acre master-planned community with mature landscaping located in Douglas County, and a large part of the thriving Parker Colorado real estate market. Living in modest housing in Stonegate, many of these folks even enjoy a second home in the Rocky Mountains. Stonegate’s real estate in the Town of Parker is attractive to its residents as well as investors. Only seven miles from the City of Denver, the active, highly educated population with median household incomes of over $100,000 is a practical bunch. They depend on the great employment options of the city but love the small-town camaraderie of Parker.

Unique – Stonegate condos and lovely single family homes. range from the low $200,000s up to $600,000. For example, Park Guell features 204 condos in Southgate with low-maintenance living inspired by the colorful details and whimsical curving designs of Antonio Gaudi.

Other Parker real estate communities such as Bradbury Ranch and Clarke Farms surround Stonegate along with vast open space. If you are considering buying a home in Parker Stonegate is one of the first places to look. Its great fun to explore the miles of trails-walking and biking paths-open space, and 39 acres of parks, pools and picnic areas just by stepping out the front door. Or play some basketball, tennis, volleyball, baseball, or softball.

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Stonegate Village


Head over to Challenger Park rec center to meet some neighbors at a wide variety of classes, programs, and facilities including an indoor pool, a water slide, a splashdown kiddie pool, aerobics, multi-station and free weight equipment, and a triple gymnasium. Golfers will never be bored with golf courses at Canterberry, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Pradera, and Meridian. It’s a few steps further to the wonderful Castlewood Canyon State Park, Cherry Creek State Park and Reservoir, and several national parks reaching into the Front Range.

Every buyer of Parker Colorado real estate wants to know where can they shop. Some will shop ’til they stop to eat at a great variety of convenient stores and restaurants. Park Meadows Mall has over 120 specialty shops, department stores, restaurants, and movie theaters. Castle Rock Factory Shops offer 140 brand-name factory outlet stores. There are choices for grocery stores and big box stores. Fine dining, entertainment, and outstanding recreation are also trademarks of the Mile High City.

Many stay right at home in the community. The Social Committee fills the calendar with great neighborhood events such as the Fall Festival at the park where children enjoy face painting, picking pumpkins, and enjoying friends and treats. The families are served by the Douglas County school district, recognized as one of the best in the state. Additionally, through a joint venture of Arapahoe Community College, the University of Denver, University of Colorado at Denver and the Southwest Business Partnership, high school students are able to join college students locally at The University Center at Chaparral.

With a location right off of E-470, I-25, and U.S. Highway 83, this is an ideal location to capitalize on the growth in the entire metro area. Only 7 miles southeast of the renowned Denver Tech Center, 2 miles east of Meridian International Business Center and 20 miles south of Downtown, residents can also take the E-470 toll way to the Denver International Airport in just 30 minutes.

A forward-thinking, cooperative people-many who are volunteers-are carving out the destiny of this area. They take pride in shepherding plans for a better life. From 1981 to 2005, the town grew from 285 to a current population of 41,600. Projections top out at an eventual 85,000, with 65,000 more in surrounding areas. These growth projections help to assure long-term equity gains and give information to help build the future. For example, a new Rueter-Hess Reservoir is being built to provide water, replenish the underground aquifer, and act as a reserve. People here take pride in being practical, are willing to roll up their sleeves, and want to see a healthy family community as the result.

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