Lone Tree Real estate Information

Located just off I-25 and right outside the interstate loop surrounding Denver and the area, Lone Tree, Colorado, is a small town along the northern border and within Douglas County, directly adjacent to Arapahoe County. The town was home to a population of around 5,000, as of 2000 census figures and encompasses a total area of just over 9.5 square miles.

The town is home to such destinations as Lone Tree Golf Course, Cook Creek Park and Sweetwater Park, and it lies just south of Park Meadows Mall and Centennial Airport. It was incorporated in 1996, and by 2000, had a median household income of more than $96,000, well above the state's averages. Professional, scientific, and technical services; finance and insurance; and broadcasting and telecommunications are the industries in which the most residents of Lone Tree are employed.

Grade-school-aged students attend schools in Douglas County School District, primarily Eagle Ridge Elementary School, Acres Green Elementary School, Cresthill Middle School, and Highlands Ranch High School. There is also Montessori School At Lone Tree. Residents can enjoy themselves at the Lone Tree Recreation center or check out some media at the Neighborhood Library at Lone Tree. Regional Transportation District buses provide access from Lone Tree into larger cities nearby, and a light rail currently has a stop at Lincoln Station, with other stops planned for the future.

The city sponsors such annual events as events such as the Lone Tree Summer Concert Series, The Independence Day Celebration, The Lone Tree Photography Show, The Lone Tree Art Exhibition and Passport to Culture. The Lone Tree Arts Commission sponsors projects and events sporadically throughout the year as well. The Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra, an all-volunteer troupe, gives free concerts and the Colorado Stage presents live theater performances.