A Look At Parker Colorado And Its Real Estate Market

Home for sale in Parker ColoradoParker Colorado is located north of Douglas County. Considered as a part of the Metropolitan Denver area, the small town and has grown over the years as a commuter suburb. 86% of the houses in Parker are single family detached houses and tends to be really spacious. In a lot of communities, you will be able to find a number of properties that are lakefront, or perhaps a property that has an equestrian or a golf course. Looking back at the history of the community, the development of Parker started during the 80s while 96% of all the housing stock was only built right after the 1980s.

There are a lot of things that you can do in Parker Colorado. The town itself encourages citizens to get involved in any activity that is hosted by the community or the municipal government. The trail network of the community itself allows all residents to skate, bike, walk, and even ride horses along the Cherry Creek Trail and all the way through the community. There are also a lot of community parks that are available. To name a few, there’s the O’Brien Park that is right downtown and the County's Challenger Regional Park which is adjacent to the community’s Recreation Center. Aside from that, a new baseball field that is located in Salisbury Equestrian Park was sponsored by the Colorado Rockies and an outdoor pool facility was opened at O’Brien Park way back in 2002.

In the past, the town of Parker developed quite a number of long and short term goals intended for the enhancement of the community. Some of these goals include a closer relationship with the library System located in Douglas County which was developed last 2007. During the same year, Parker aimed to create more public parks, including a skate park, more tennis courts for the public, and building a new police station. At the same time, people were looking into the possibility of constructing a new community swimming pool as well as a skating rink and they were determining if it’s possible for the town to finance a number of public displays of art.

Since Parker is a town that has grown tremendously over the past 10 to 15 years, the Parker Real Estate is in a boom. This is because many people are choosing Parker over all the other areas that are in the Denver Metropolitan area. What people like about Parker is the fact that despite its growth, it is still able to maintain the warm and welcoming ‘hometown’ feel for all its residents.

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