Lone Tree has a wide range of housing options to fit the needs of anyone from single, young professionals to established families—in one of the best locations in the Metro Denver region.
Lone Tree’s newest mixed-use community is RidgeGate, a 3,500-acre development, offering a variety of home styles including single family homes, attached townhomes and luxury apartments,in neighborhood settings. Home to the first all-solar neighborhood in Colorado, Ridge Gate is making Lone Tree a leader in sustainable housing.
Whether you’re looking to live and play in the bustling new city center of RidgeGate or relax in a home on the edge of Lone Tree’s beautiful bluffs, there are countless options in Lone Tree that will fit your needs and your budget.
Lone Tree Housing Highlights
There are currently 5,331 households in the City of Lone Tree, and the median price of a single family home is $591,000.
Location, Location, Location
Lone Tree is perfectly situated to have quick access to the big-city buzz of Denver, the wide open spaces and sunny skies of the high plains, and the endless recreational opportunities of the Rocky Mountains.
It’s All Right In Town
Lone Tree may be surrounded by a wide range of business and recreational assets, but the city also has them right within its limits. Some of the state’s top employers and Fortune 500 companies are located in Lone Tree, bringing economic advantages to the city and its workers. The city boasts 244 acres of public parks and 35 miles of trails – and a Rocky-Mountain skyline. With Park Meadows and the surrounding retail establishments in Lone Tree, residents have more than 200 unique restaurants and stores to choose from.
A History of Quality Development
Lone Tree started in 1981 as a small group of homes with a golf course designed by Arnold Palmer. A decade later, when Douglas County hit its rapid growth spurt — growing 140 percent between 1980 and 1990 — Lone Tree residents focused on quality of development. They incorporated in 1995 and began developing strategically (Source: The Denver Post).
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