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Discover Lone Tree, Colorado and what makes this community unique to the Denver Metro area. Below you can access neighborhood facts and statistics as well as school information in the Lone Tree area. Search for real estate in Lone Tree: from condos, townhomes and single family homes to short sales and bank owned properties.

Lone Tree Real Estate & Community Information

Guided by the city's motto, "It's a great day to be in Lone Tree", there's no doubt that residents in Lone Tree care about the community and continue to make it a great place to live, work and play. Located 20 miles south of Denver, Lone Tree is part of Douglas County, one of the fastest-growing and wealthiest counties in the country. Real estate in Lone Tree is complemented by special landscaping, entryway features, and the replacement of wood fences with brick walls along many roadways. The average price for a condominium is $295,755 and the average price for a single-family home is $615,166.

Established in 1995, the city of Lone Tree has worked extensively to guide the city's growth by responding to residents concerns over land use, development along the C-470 corridor and in other areas. Today, the area features RidgeGate, a 3,500-acre master-planned community south of Lincoln and I-25; Sky Ridge Medical Center, a HealthONE facility; and Southridge Preserve, a new residential development. Along with these economic drivers, Lone Tree residents benefit from small and large businesses, including CH2MHill and FirstData, and a workforce of 300,000-plus that matches close to 25 percent of the state's total economy.

Whether it's for business or leisure, the 10,939 residents here find it easy to commute to destinations north, east, south or west based on the access to C-470, I-25, and the E-470 Beltway. Denver International Airport is just a short, 25-mile trip away. Several area light rail stations offer added convenience for traveling downtown to attend professional sporting events at Invesco Field at Mile High, Pepsi Center, or Coors Field.

Not that residents here need to travel far to find an abundance of recreation, restaurants, shopping and arts and culture. There are numerous parks and trails to enjoy, and the Lone Tree Recreation Center, in cooperation with South Suburban Recreation Center provides an array of services designed to enhance quality of life. The Park Meadows Shopping Center mixes 160 of the nation's finest retailers with numerous restaurants, as well as a new outdoor shopping area. Arts and culture is supported through numerous events, including a summer concert series and a public arts program.

Lone Tree School Information

Children in Lone Tree attend schools in the Douglas County School District, guided by a mission "to provide an educational foundation that allows each student to reach his or her individual potential".

Douglas County students have outperformed the state in every grade and every subject tested by the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP). On the most recent State Accountability Report, 86 percent of Douglas County schools achieved a high or excellent rating - the best in the Denver metro area. Comprehensive high school programs in sports, music, forensics, marketing, business and journalism have earned state and national recognition. Coupled with its well-researched and integrated curriculum, Douglas County credits its teachers with making a difference. Nearly half of the district's 3,000 teachers have their master's or other advanced degrees.

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