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Why Consider Castle Pines CO Homes for Sale?
If you know Castle Pines, then you know a little something about lifestyle. And lifestyle is what matters here. Castle Pines is a master-planned community on the south side of the Denver metro area, between Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock, and as the name alludes, has neighborhoods and streets that are filled with glorious pine trees. Walking out your patio door in the crisp early morning, you can close your eyes, take a deep breath and experience the rugged and sweet smell of Ponderosa pines that can only happen in the mountains. Castle Pines takes the balance of nature and residential life seriously. Nowhere else in the area can you find such stunning views of the Rockies, from most every home, and take in the vanilla and citrus essence of the pine trees that are all around.
Most golf fans know Castle Pines by its signature golf course – Castle Pines Country Club – and the PGA tour events held there throughout the years and for the wealth of beautiful scenery and real estate. But outside “The Village” gates, Castle Pines is blessed to be located near some of the best shopping centers in the South Denver area, with easy access to the world-class entertainment and restaurants of Downtown Denver, only about 10 miles from the Denver Tech Center and less than an hour from the outdoor playgrounds that are the mighty Rocky Mountains. It’s easy to understand why Castle Pines is considered one of the best places to live on the Front Range. Castle Pines truly is a dream community.
National and State Recognition
Incorporated in February of 2008, Castle Pines is a city of only about 10,000, but has already gained accolades for the style, beauty, safety and infrastructure it provides to the residents. Castle Pines is not just another suburb. In some ways, it’s “THE” suburb. The City of Castle Pines ranked #3 for Best Suburban Place to Live in Colorado in a survey that analyzed over 11,000 suburbs in the United States. And most recently, Castle Pines was ranked #17 in the CNN Money Magazine’s top 25 Best Places to Live – Top-Earning Towns list.
It’s easy to say that golf courses in Castle Pines are regularly rated as some of the best in the state, and country, and that many of the custom homes are fixtures in style magazines and luxury home parades. But what’s more impressive is that Castle Pines also has one of the lowest crime rates in the metro area and sits right in the center of the Douglas County School District, providing the best education and some of the highest rated schools in Colorado.
Add these elements together and you see that the neighborhoods of Castle Pines are some of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Colorado. It’s an ideal location for you and your family, with luxury appeal, in a beautiful, safe and secure environment.
Government / Economy
Castle Pines was only incorporated back in 2008, separating from the town of Castle Rock. That affords the Mayor and City Council unique opportunities to build and manage their town in ways that will enhance their unique character and resident’s sense of community while still seeking out smart commercial and retail growth.
Castle Pines already has a solid infrastructure and thriving residential community, so commercial and retail recruitment and retention are the main focus of the city council’s economic development strategy. Being a quiet residential area has it’s benefits, but the fact that most of the economic activity happens in other nearby towns exposes opportunities for entrepreneurs and larger businesses alike to move in and take advantage of a more affluent customer base as well as the lowest sales tax rate of any city in Douglas County. Those opportunities are already showing dividends as new restaurants and retail businesses grow within the mixed-use development and revitalization of the Town Center and Village Square areas.
Castle Pine’s Active Local Community
Do you play golf? How about golf? Golf, maybe? Yes, Castle Pines offers arguably some of the state’s best golf experiences, but that’s not all it has to offer. This relatively small community sports over 560 acres of some of the most stunning parks and natural areas in the metro area. All you have to do is walk out your door and you’ll be amazed and at the natural beauty all around for you to explore.
Daniels Park offers one of largest parks in the Denver Mountain Park System and has one of the most dramatic views of the mountains, historic ranch buildings, biking, climbing, hiking trails and the ability to view a bison herd grazing in their natural habitat. Add Elk Ridge Park, the Retreat Park, Coyote Ridge, Daniels Gate Park and throw in Cherokee Castle and Ranch and you truly have a wonderful active community.
Boundary Map for the Town of Castle Pines CO
Investing in Castle Pines CO Real Estate
Castle Pines is often referred to as Castle Pines North. These fabulous homes offer some of the best views in the State! The median sales price for Castle Pines CO homes for sale over the past quarter was well over $500,000 and has increased 15% over the past year. Houses for sale here move pretty fast, with current average listing prices in excess of $800,000. Castle Pines is known for it’s luxury lifestyle. Maybe it’s time you saw for yourself. Services in RE/MAX Castle Pines CO.
Castle Pines CO Community Information
Shopping in Castle Pines CO
In addition to being close to the Outlets at Castle Rock, Castle Pines has a King Soopers located at Castle Pines Pkwy. & Lagae Rd., along with an assortment of specialty stores in The Village at Castle Pines.
For more information, please review the Yellow Pages directory for locations of nearby shops and services close to Castle Pines CO.
Since Castle Pines CO has a total area of 9.01 square miles, living in a home in Castle Pines puts you in close proximity to business developments, along with recreational and medical facilities available in Castle Rock CO and Parker CO.
Castle Pines Golf Courses and Golf Communities
If you love to golf, you’ll truly enjoy calling Castle Pines CO your home. Castle Pines is a golfing mecca and has many award winning golf courses to choose from, including two of which were designed by Jack Nicholaus. Just another reason to purchase one of these beautiful Castle Pines Homes for Sale.
Visit the Castle Pines CO Golf Course Homes page for a list of local golf courses and properties available.
Castle Pines Community Events and News Sources
To keep up on local events and news in the Castle Pines community, homeowners use the Castle Pines News – Press website. Also, you can read online copies of the The Castle Pines Connection Newspaper, which is also mailed to residents homes.
Plenty to do in this active community!
City of Castle Pines Medical Facilities
SkyRidge Medical Center
10101 Ridgegate Pkwy.
Lone Tree, CO
Castle Rock Adventist Hospital
2350 Meadows Blvd
Castle Rock, CO
Additional medical practices are located at 250 Max Drive in Castle Pines and in other locations throughout the City.
Parks, Trails, & Open Space
Open Space and Trails
Benefits abound for the residents of Castle Pines North via open space corridors and recreational trails that weave throughout the community.
The 14 miles of trails are 8-feet wide and paved with concrete to accommodate a variety of recreational and athletic needs including in-line skating, jogging, bicycling, and families with infant strollers.
Open space corridors create natural buffers and native habitat for an abundant variety of wildlife for the enjoyment of nature enthusiasts.
There are approximately 560 acres of open space within the Castle Pines North community, of which the CPNMD owns and maintains 351 acres. Read more.
City of Castle Pines
The City of Castle Pines CO website can provide a good general overview of the community, along with useful new resident information.
Also, the 80108 Real Estate page provides additional information, links, and resources about Castle Pines CO.