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Lone Tree City Luxury Real Estate
Just 16 minutes away from the community of Solterra, Lone Tree is one of Douglas County’s home rule municipalities. It sits directly adjacent to the border with Arapahoe. It is also located just 20 miles away from downtown Denver and 25 miles away from Denver International Airport. 2014 Census estimates put the city’s population at 13,545. It has a median household income of around $106,776. Lone Tree offers great access to the Denver Tech Center for work and the Park Meadows Mall for many great shopping and dining options.
Lone Tree was a minor rural location for most of its early years, until the turn of the 20th Century brought in more industry to the town. Development around Acre Wood would affect many of the outlying settlements in a positive way, turning farming communities into suburban centers. The positive change did bring concerns for land use in the future, as well as the need for more input for the residents themselves. Lone Tree would eventually be incorporated in 1995, while home rule would be granted three years later.
Amenities and Famous Landmarks
Thanks to its annexation agreement with private urban development Ridgegate, Lone Tree receives land dedication for many vital facilities, like fire and police stations, hospitals, parks, City Hall, and a recreation center. Shops and schools are also located within the immediate vicinity, while access to Downtown Denver is provided by a series of bus lanes.
Lone Tree is served by four main schools in Douglas County. These schools are Eagle Ridge Elementary School, Acres Green Elementary School, Crest Hill Middle School, and Highlands Ranch High School.
People can access this suburban city via Regional Transport District (RTD) Light Rail’s E and F Lines. They stop at County Line and Lincoln, the stations in Lone Tree. Another option is the Lone Tree Link, the bus service that operates along Park Meadows Drive during weekdays for free. Generally, it starts from Lincoln Station to Skyridge Medical Center, connecting several employment centers along Park Meadows Drive. Aside from the two options, you can also take Call-N-Ride. It is a personalized bus service that passes through selected RTD service areas. You just have to call ahead of time to place a reservation. The bus line will then provide you an estimated pick-up time.
This is a major primary care provider that was completed by the city in 2003. Sky Ridge provides world-class medical and emergency care to Lone Tree’s residents.
Annexed by the city in 2006, this major shopping center has provided a huge intake of revenue for Lone Tree. Today it continues to attract businesses that cater to the needs of all residents in the city.
Lone Tree Colorado Homes
Lone tree has around 3,500 households. The cost of housing in Lone Tree are relatively high compared to the prices of homes in other parts of the Denver Metro area. It has an average housing price of around $1,100,000. Most of the houses are single-family homes with spacious yards. The majority of the residents are property owners, but there are still rental options within the area. The average price for renting is around $2,247. Lone Tree luxury homes can be found in great neighborhoods like Heritage Hills and Heritage Estates. It is a great choice.
- Post-modern style
- Clay brick style
- Victorian style
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