Parker is home to 45,000 residents, making it the second most populated town in Douglas County behind Castle Rock. Located near the Denver Tech Center. It’s a diverse community with an abundance of real estate opportunities ranging from condominiums and affordable family homes to luxury estates in private neighborhoods.
Parker is a family friendly place with lots of recreational activities. The city recently renovated its recreation center, which now includes a 100,000-square-foot athletic facility complete with two basketball courts, workout equipment, an inline hockey rink, indoor athletic fields, a swimming pool, saunas and a climbing tower. For a taste of the great outdoors, nearby Castlewood Canyon State Park with its 100 miles of trails is always an excellent option.
Historic downtown Parker is the place to go for the weekly Farmer’s Market in spring, summer and fall. There’s also an annual Oktoberfest celebration here as well as shops, restaurants and a 200-seat auditorium. For even bigger performances, the Parker Arts, Culture and Events (PACE) Centeris a state-of-the-art cultural facility that’s become a major regional attraction. The center features a 500-seat theatre, an art gallery, and art classes for both children and adults.
Parker is served by the Douglas County School District, one of the best in the metro Denver area. This together with the many sports leagues and recreational offerings make Parker a popular place for families.
The median home value in Parker, CO is $325,300. This is lower than the county median home value of $339,800. The national median home value is $177,414. The average price of homes sold in Parker, CO is $325,300. Approximately 73.66% of Parker homes are owned, compared to 21.42% rented, while 4.93% are vacant.
© 2011-2020 REcolorado® - All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer