Situated 30 minutes south of Denver, and 40 minutes east of the Rocky Mountains, is small-town Lone Tree.
With a population of only 10,000, the city offers up a big dose of community feel, while sitting next door to many larger suburbs.
Choosing a home in Lone Tree is easy-it’s one of the fastest growing areas in Colorado and recent development proves it. Most homes here are part of a planned-development community, so expect modern amenities, luxury finishes, open living spaces and that new-home smell. In Lone Tree, you’re not just purchasing a home, you’re purchasing a view-a 360� view of breathtaking mountains and plains to be exact.
Getting to know your neighbors here starts with attending one of several town-sponsored events; try the free summer concert series, the annual community art exhibition or the Dog Days of Summer festival to feel right at home. Or, stop off at the Lone Tree Recreation Center or Par-72 Lone Tree Golf Course to chat with locals.
From basic necessities to upscale luxuries, even the most discriminating shopper will be pleasantly surprised by the variety and abundance of stores in the area. Park Meadows Mall and Marketplace are very close-by and within walking distance are the shopping areas of Heritage Hills, Lone Tree Commons and The Crest.
Along with Lone Tree’s small-town charm, the exceptional Douglas County School District draws many families to the area. As a district, Douglas County boasts some of the highest graduation rates and lowest student-to-teacher ratios in the state and continually increases enrollment.
Dedicated to preserving a small-town fell, yet offering everything a large city might, Lone Tree is a quiet, relaxed community that you’ll be proud to call home.