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denver relocation: Parker Cul-De-Sac & Open Space Home For Sale - Price Reduced - 04/16/12 01:04 PM
Ranch Style on Open Space 11247 Gallahadion Ct, Parker, CO 80138 View Map If you’ve been waiting for a gorgeous ranch style home in Parker, wait no more. This home will knock your socks off! Located at the end of a private cul de sac and backing to stunning open space. This is why we live in Colorado. Inside you’re greeted by expansive wood floors and vaulted ceilings, dramatic yet comfortable. The main floor study up front is perfect for a home office. Custom paint and upgrade lighting are details that add to this special home. The kitchen is open and (0 comments)
denver relocation: Parker CO Homes For Sale - 11247 Gallahadion Court 80138 - 03/04/12 08:06 AM
Parker CO Real Estate For Sale Ranch Style on Open Space 11247 Gallahadion Ct, Parker, CO 80138 View Map If you’ve been waiting for a gorgeous ranch style home in Parker, wait no more. This home will knock your socks off! Located at the end of a private cul de sac and backing to stunning open space. This is why we live in Colorado. Inside you’re greeted by expansive wood floors and vaulted ceilings, dramatic yet comfortable. The main floor study up front is perfect for a home office. Custom paint and upgrade lighting are details that add to this special (0 comments)
denver relocation: Living in Denver: Denver Restaurant Week 2012 - 01/18/12 12:10 AM
Originally posted on my Denver Real Estate Blog: Time to Make Reservations For Denver Restaurant Week Have you always wanted to dine at one of Denver’s best restaurants but just couldn’t fit it into your budget? Well, once again this year, now is your chance. Denver restaurant week is back. This is an opportunity to purchase pre selected meals at some of Denver’s finest and most delicious restaurants. I have done this for the past several years and my wife and I have never been disappointed! It makes for a wonderful date night. The selections are scrumptious and the chance to (2 comments)
denver relocation: Things To Do in Denver: National Western Stock Show & Rodeo - 01/16/12 02:38 PM
Originall posted on my Denver Real Estate Blog: National Western Stock Show Howdy Folks! It’s just about mid January here in Denver and that can only mean one (of many) things. It’s Denver stock show time. Actually, it is more than halfway though the National Western Stock Show & Rodeo here in Denver, which is why you need to go and check it out. If you have never been to a rodeo or up close with real livestock and cowboys, then you are in for a real treat! This is the real deal. These animals are huge, beautiful and a bit (0 comments)
denver relocation: Highlands Ranch Real Estate Market Statistics - 01/16/12 10:04 AM
Getting caught up on some blog posts today - here is an area market report for the end of 2011 for Highalnads Ranch CO that was originally posted on my Denver Real Estate Blog: Highlands Ranch Real Estate Market Report | September – November 2011
So maybe you have been curious about the Highlands Ranch real estate market now that we are into the “slow season”. Looking at the data above for the last 3 months, it may have already been the “slow season”. I haven’t posted these statistics since August, so I thought I would share the data with (0 comments)
denver relocation: Castle Pines North Homes For Sale By School Boundaries | Timber Trail Elementary School - 04/17/11 10:58 PM
When searching for a home in the Denver suburbs, school boundaries are sometimes a very important qualifier for the search location. While Colorado is an open enrollment state, the opportunity to enroll children at any public school only exists if there is room. Some schools are at or near capacity, and living within the school's geographic boundaries can sometimes be the only or best way to be certain of enrollment. Additionally, if you do not live within the school boundaries, school bus will not be a transportation option for you. Timber Trail Elementary is a K - 6 school in Castle (0 comments)
denver relocation: Highlands Ranch Homes For Sale By School Boundaries | Douglas County School District - 04/17/11 09:59 PM
When I am working with Denver relocation ciients or folks that already live here in the Denver metro area but are moving to another neighborhood, it is not uncommon for them to want to search homes in an area by school district or even drill down further to a specific school boundary. Douglas County and Highlands Ranch is no exception to that. I have been posting many of the neighborhood boundaries by school of Highlands Ranch homes for sale. In case you are looking to look at several here they all are. It is important to double check with the school (0 comments)
Originally posted on my Denver Real Estate Blog. It has been considered for a long time. It has been studied, planned and budgeted for in great detail. It has been carefully designed and built and finally it is here! What is this you say? The new Douglas County Sheriff substation in Highlands Ranch, CO. The Douglas County Sheriff’s office serves a large area of land to protect the citizens. Although the entire county needs the support of the Sheriff’s Office, the largest population density is in Highlands Ranch. The resources needed and the facility needed in Highlands Ranch has been (3 comments)
denver relocation: Living in Denver Suburbs | Arapahoe County | Littleton Public Schools | Euclid Middle School - 03/17/11 07:44 PM
There are several schools district in the Denver metro area and south Denver suburbs, and it is fortunate that in those districts there are many very good and award winning schools. School boundaries can be a very important factor when choosing to buy a home for some. The Littleton Public schools are one such school district. While Colorado is an open enrollment state, some schools are at or near capacity, and living within the school's geographic boundaries can sometimes be the only or best way to be certain of enrollment. Euclid Middle School is one school that I am often asked (0 comments)
denver relocation: Arapahoe County Homes By School Boundary | Powell Middle School | Littleton Public Schools - 03/15/11 11:57 AM
In the Denver metro area we are fortunate to have many wonderful school districts and schools, which can be a very important factor when choosing to buy a home for some. The Littleton Public schools are one such school district. While Colorado is an open enrollment state, some schools are at or near capacity, and living within the school's geographic boundaries can sometimes be the only or best way to be certain of enrollment. Powell Middle School is an excellent school and I am often asked about it. While it can sometimes be easier for open enrollment to occur in the (4 comments)
denver relocation: Arapahoe County Homes For Sale by School Boundary | Cherry Creek High School - 03/13/11 11:49 PM
The Cherry Creek School District boasts many wonderful schools, however Cherry Creek High School is definitely high on the list that I am asked about often. Neighborhood schools can often be a very important factor when choosing to buy a home for some. Colorado is an open enrollment state, some schools are at or near capacity, and living within the school's geographic boundaries can sometimes be the only or best way to be certain of enrollment. This is often the case with Cherry Creek High School - it can be one of the most difficult schools to open enroll at it (0 comments)
denver relocation: Denver Relocation | Homes For Sale By School District | Littleton Public Schools | Arapahoe High School - 03/13/11 10:03 PM
In the Denver metro area we are fortunate to have many wonderful school districts and schools, which can be a very important factor when choosing to buy a home for some. While Colorado is an open enrollment state, some schools are at or near capacity, and living within the school's geographic boundaries can sometimes be the only or best way to be certain of enrollment. Arapahoe High School is an award winning school and I often receive requests to look at homes only in the Araphoe High School enrollment boundaries. Here are all of the homes available for sale in the (2 comments)
Today is the day, Saturday March 12th the Lebsack Tennis Center in Redstone Park officially opens for the season.
The opening is officially at 9:30 until noon and there will be free adult drills, racket demos, entertainment with music and a clown and even some discounted class registrations, according to the flyer. The courts were a flurry of activity all week getting washed and cleaned up and ready for the season grand opening.
The year is just going way too fast don’t you think? Here we are already into March and soon it will be Spring again. Not that I’m complaining about that, I love the warmer weather. Since we are in March, that means the Highlands Ranch real estate data for February 2011 is in the books. Looking at the values for Highlands Ranch in February, the largest sector of activity is as usual, the $200-$500k price range. This price range has the largest amount of inventory and the (1 comments)
There are 2 things I have found over the years about Denver winters that are surprising to my Denver relocation clients. #1) That we aren't always buried in cold & snow from November through March. We covered that a bit lately, so I won't really cover that again today. #2) The second being the wind. When we get our warmer temps and the mountains are getting a good deal of snow, it can tend to be very windy here on the front range. I am not meteorologist by any means so I (6 comments)
January is behind us already and there is a lot of questions about how the real estate market is doing in Highlands Ranch. Well, I suppose that depends a lot on which market segment you may be curious about. The bulk of activity remains in the sweet spot between $200 – $500k. This is generally where the majority of homes in Highlands Ranch fall as far as price range. Looking at the data, the largest segment for activity is the $200 (2 comments)
denver relocation: Living in Denver: Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse - 02/13/11 08:30 PM
In the last few years my son has taken an interest in lacrosse and has been playing during the spring and summer in a youth league. Before he started, I have to say that I knew very little about lacrosse but as I have watched him play now, I have really enjoyed it. At the beginning I knew nothing about the rules or much about it at all. It has taken time to figure it out from the spectator point of view - a bit like hockey in the physical nature but nothing like the other sports I am used to (6 comments)
Regardless of the snow, if your home is for sale in the Denver area and you have showings today, you better take them seriously. Because if anyone is out in this weather, you better bet they are a serious buyer. Please be sure you have your sidewalks and driveways cleared of all snow and hazards. I have trudged through numerous driveways over the the years with buyers that snow is not cleared. And I have to tell you, every now and then a home buyer will just (10 comments)
denver relocation: Winter Week Here in South Denver Suburbs - 02/06/11 11:11 AM
Originally posted on my Real Estate in Denver & The Suburbs Blog - Highlands Ranch Winter Week What a week. First we had our Below Zero spell. Yesterday I heard pretty last minute there was a chance of an inch or so of snow, yet it seemed to start snowing very quickly after lunch and didn't ever really stop. I had to travel north into Englewood and Denver last night, roads north of County Line Rd didn't seem too bad, but Douglas County was far icier it seemed. When I returned home a bit after 9 it seemed, there weren't many (7 comments)
denver relocation: 5 Things To Do in Highlands Ranch In Below Zero Weather - 02/02/11 11:19 AM
Originally posted on my Denver Real Estate & Relocation Blog at: 5 Things To Do in Highlands Ranch in Below Zero Temps Here we are on our 2nd day of Sub Zero Temps and 2nd day of no school for Douglas County kids. You were probably cooped up indoors all day yesterday and you are ready to get out. If you can brave to cold and it is safe for you to drive here are 5 ideas to get out of the house today, with or without the kids. Most of these ideas are right in Highlands Ranch but I (6 comments)
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Steve Scheer is licensed to practice real estate in the State of Colorado.
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