Map of ALL Lone Tree, CO Homes, Condos and Townhomes for Sale
“It’s a great day in Lone Tree” is the City of Lone Tree’s motto, and it’s a motto that says it all! It is also a “great day for purchasing Lone Tree homes,” and this phrase would be the perfect slogan for Lone Tree real estate agents. In fact, at today’s historic low mortgage interest rates and excellent prices on Lone Tree homes, the slogan is more appropriate than ever. Lone Tree homes have always been quite popular with IT professionals in Denver’s booming IT sector as it so close to Inverness Business Park and the Denver Tech Center. Of course, Lone Tree homes have always been a great long term investment, and those who have purchased homes and stayed in them for a few years enjoy good equity positions, provided that they did not engage in risky financing or refinancing schemes like interest-only adjustable rate mortgages. I can recommend several superb lenders if you have any thoughts or questions about a solid home mortgage for buying a home in Lone Tree.
Lone Tree Advantages
The City of Lone Tree has always boasted a number of attributes that serve to ensure the property value of Lone Tree homes. This vibrant city was incorporated in 1995 in Southeast Metro Denver, east of Highlands Ranch, and has been a success from the start. It is south of the Denver Tech Center (DTC) and The Inverness Business Park, and next to The Meridian International Business Center and the Sky Ridge Medical Center, These entities attract a young and highly educated work force in need of housing. Lone Tree is very well located for business and living. Its population in 2000 was 4873, and the population in 2010 was 10,218, so you can see this city has enjoyed strong growth that supports demand for Lone Tree homes. The RTD Light Rail system, finished in November 2006, provides quick service from Lone Tree up the I-25 corridor through Greenwood Village/DTC (Denver Tech Center) to downtown Denver for business, sports, and recreation! Lone Tree homes attract buyers who want an easy commute to Downtown Denver and who want to enjoy all of the big-city amenities that the metro Denver area has to offer.
At Home in Lone Tree
Lone Tree is served by the Douglas County School District, one of the state’s best, and offers excellent K – 12 schools and facilities. There are numerous local hiking and walking trails, beautiful Sweet Water Park and the Douglas County Park & Recreation District’s programs and courses. Local attractions include the public Lone Tree Golf Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, the upscale Park Meadows Shopping and Entertainment District and The Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra.
ALL Lone Tree Homes, Condos and Townhomes for Sale
Wide Selection of Lone Tree Homes
For single-family detached Lone Tree homes, there are a number of well-designed subdivisions. The most prestigious is Heritage Estates, placed around the Lone Tree Golf Club, where luxury homes range from the $800’s to $3 Million. A very desirable neighborhood, Heritage Hills, has several different subdivisions. Lone Tree homes here can go from the $400’s to $1.6 Million. Two more areas in the ‘move up’ category are The Carriage Club and The Lone Tree Subdivisions, where homes range from the $300’s to the $900’s. Townhomes and Condos are available in Bluffmont Estates, The Fairways at Lone Tree, Lincoln Square Condos and a 3,500-acre development known as RidgeGate, which has a thousand acres of open space! Lone Tree residents are just a short drive from Denver International Airport, private Centennial Airport, and the professional sports and performing arts venues of Denver.
Shopping for Lone Tree Homes
Are you relocating to this area? Lone Tree has some of the nicest luxury homes in the Denver real estate market. From a real estate standpoint, you picked a smart time to move, and I am here to help you make the most of it. Contact me for a free home buyer consultation and we can explore the good selection of Lone Tree homes to discover the home that best meets the requirements of you and your family. I know the Lone Tree neighborhoods, market trends, schools, and local construction practices. As your metro Denver real estate agent, my goal is to help you find the best values and structure a real estate transaction that favors your interests.
The Secret Answer to “Where Is The Lone Tree?”
I have been asked a number of times by my clients “Where is The Lone Tree?” Here is the carefully guarded secret: Go to the Lone Tree Library at Lone Tree Parkway and S Yosemite St, then over to the water feature across the street, and near this is a Colorado Blue Spruce tree with a plaque in front of it. This is it! By the way, the tree is not “lone” any more as others have been planted – now you know! 🙂