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Pinery Glen, Parker, CO

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Pinery Glen, CO

Among the rolling hills and ponderosa pines, just 20 miles southeast of Denver, is the town of Parker. According to popular legend, Parker can trace its colorful history to the establishment of the Pine Grove Way Station around 1863. As a stage stop and later railroad depot, it was a Denver outpost. Today, it is still a Denver outpost. Located in the heart of horse country, it is the home of many equestrian centers.

For those seeking a horse property or ranch-style home, Elizabeth and Kiowa feature acres and acres of Colorado vistas. In "downtown" Parker, the new Parker Station, a commercial center with offices, shops and restaurants, is on the site of the original train depot. Known for its trademark five-globe streetlights, Parker has 20,000 residents and is continuously growing. Just minutes away is Canterbury golf course, selected in 1997 as one of the top 10 "Best New Affordable Courses" by Golf Digest. The Perry Park Country Club area and The Pinery also offer golf course homes with panoramic views.


The Parker area offers a wide variety of housing choices. Single-family homes, ranch properties and subdivisions with newer homes can be found in Canterbury Crossing, Pinery Pointe, Stonegate and Quail Creek. Upscale living featuring executive homes and large estates can be found in Centennial Ranch, Evans Ranch and High Prairie Farms. For those 300 acres you need, try hidden country roads. Parker offers a wonderful Colorado urban/rural lifestyle!

 

Parker

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About Parker, Colorado

The Town of Parker is comprised of quaint and quiet neighborhoods, located just twenty miles south of Denver.  Parker is known for its unique Western-Victorian downtown area and  features award winning education provided by the Douglas County School District.  Parker is also home to the southernmost sector of the Cherry Creek Trail featuring breathtaking trails and cross country skiing.

Facts

  • Founding: Parker, Colorado was founded in 1864.
  • Incorporation: Parker became a municipality in 1981.
  • Location: Parker is located 20 miles southeast of Denver, Colorado.
  • Elevation: Parker sits at an elevation of 5,900 feet above sea level.
  • Size and Population: The Town of Parker is 18.8 square miles with a current population of approximately 46,919 people residing within the incorporated Town boundaries.
  • School District:Students residing in Parker are within the Douglas County School District RE 1.
  • Demographics: View Parker Demographics.
  • Community Profile: View Community Profile.

Town of Parker – Official Website

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Popular Places To Live In Colorado

From the hustle and bustle of Denver, to the charming streets of Steamboat Springs, and the quaint neighborhoods of Littleton, Colorado has area has so much to offer. Whether you're searching for a Denver Metro home near work, a Colorado  mountain home, or your first home in a family-friendly Colorado suburb, REcolorado.com can help you. Take a look below at some of the most popular places to live in Denver and Colorado. Just click on the city or neighborhood to get more information and to search homes for sale in Colorado. 

 

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