Lone Tree, Colorado Homes for Sale
About Lone Tree, Colorado
Twenty miles south of Denver down Interstate 25 lies Lone Tree, Colorado. At just under 6,000 ft. elevation, Lone Tree is known for its sunny summers and snowy winters. Census data shows a 40% increase in population growth between 2010 and 2020, with the current population above 14,000 persons. Homes in Lone Tree are 59% owner occupied and you may consider becoming one of them!
Home Options in Lone Tree
Homes in Lone Tree are near a median home price of $1.1 million dollar as of the summer of 2022 (subject to change). If you are looking for a home in Lone Tree, you should be ready to make a financial investment. This price tag may buy you a single family home ranging from 4-6 bedrooms and 2.5 to 4 bathrooms. As of the aforementioned date, many homes are in the $700k range. Conversely, higher priced homes are available as well. The question is not “if” you want to buy, but how much you would like to spend on a home in this gorgeous community.
In addition to single family homes, many townhomes dot the Lone Tree landscape. Most of these townhomes feature garages, community amenities, and reasonably priced homeowners association dues.
Living in Lone Tree: the Good
Want an easy way to get around town? Check out the Link on Demand! This shuttle service is available to all residents - for free.
A few awesome places you might take the Link? The popular Snooze Eatery has delightful dishes including Barbacoa Chile Verde Benny, Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes, and a number of plant based foods. Family friendly venues include Schweiger Ranch and K1 Kart Racing.
Lone Tree public schools are also known for excellence. In 2022, they won a Foundation for Douglas County Schools Apple Award. However, there are plenty of private and charter schools from which to choose as well. Post-secondary options nearby include the University of Colorado Denver and Jones International University.
Living in Lone Tree: the Challenges
Like any city with high elevation, homeowners in Lone Tree need to keep an eye on driving conditions before they head out for a day trip. The elevation also necessitates baking differently than in lower elevations, so please be sure to adjust accordingly.
The cost of living in Lone Tree is also higher than average. Of course, many cities in other states have a high cost of living as well. Every home buyer makes choices in their hunt for their dream home and if Lone Tree’s high cost of living isn’t prohibitive for you, you’ll want to check out this community.
A home in Lone Tree may be just right for you, and Kenneth James Realty is a great place to help you navigate the Lone Tree housing market. Our agents can help you turn your homeownership dreams into reality. Contact us today, share your list, and let’s start shopping!