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Masters Park is a reflection of fine townhome living! Overlooking the Lone Tree Golf Club is the quiet townhome complex known as Masters Park. This lovely complex consists of mostly two-story townhomes, some with walk-out basements. Masters Park Real Estate Stats Townhomes in Masters Park range in size from 1,102 square feet to 1,829 square feet (above ground). The homes with finished basements range just under 2,000 square feet to 2,800 square feet. Some of the basement finished space might be bright daylight living space as at least 1/2 of the units in Masters Park are on the hillside. Currently (4 comments)
With all the blogging that's going on around here, the photo bloggers might find this information helpful. After posting a few Localism write ups, where I used Photobucket to make a slide show, several Active Rainers contacted me asking for instructions. Well due to popular demand, I have prepared this tutorial on how to create and embed a Photobucket Slide Show into your Active Rain posts. Begin by taking photos of your subject. Process them and place them in a folder on your hard drive. Typically I create a special folder so I can easily find it. Login into Photobucket, (75 comments)
Heritage Hills of Lone Tree Information & Photos by Kristal Kraft Life in Lone Tree means living in one of it's very nice communities. Heritage Hills is a perfect example of a lovely place to live. Convenietly located just south of Park Hills Mall, this gated community enjoys convenience of many amenities. The RTD light rail is just minutes away, making a commute to Downtown Denver, DTC and Inverness very easy. Within walking distance to the entire Heritage Hills are tennis courts, soccer fields, parks, playgrounds and two swimming (1 comments)
In the foothills nearby Denver is a Colorado treasure known around the world as the famous Red Rocks Amphitheater. This natural amphitheater has perfect acoustics and is surrounded by towering red rocks on either side. The venue itself is famous for it's uniqueness and for the many stars who have performed there.
Icons of Red Rocks The earliest and most famous band was a bunch of mop haired British guys called The Beatles. Our big names are Jethro Tull, John Denver, Sonny & Cher, The Carpenters, Seals & Crofts and Carole (4 comments)
Colorado Lifestyles - Focus on Parker If you are moving to the Greater Denver area, you might want to consider relocating to Parker, Colorado. It's a stone's through from the Denver Tech Center yet offers a wide variety of lifestyles. People who enjoy evergreen trees, expansive blue skies and elbow room like to call Parker their home. Parker is located in Douglas County in the SE Denver metro area and transcended from being an old stage coach stop, to a modern bedroom community in the suburbs. Today Parker is a full-fledged town, with both a new (6 comments)
Social Widgets have been popular for a long time. We have many that track our cookies from one end of cyber space to the next.
New people just tuning into social media may wonder how and where to start. I know it took me ages to figure things out. First there's the social MyBlogLog widget. It tracks your digital footprints and show your picture when you visit blogs that subscribe to it. Cheeky you say? Maybe. But then sometimes it's nice to let people know you stopped by even though you didn't have any valuable comment to post. (53 comments)
As the second snow storm this week is dumping on my house, I find peace in looking at photos from a warmer climate. Actually this was taken at the Butterfly Pavilon, so only the climate indoors was better. Tips for shooting butterflies, go when they are sleeping! Early morning before the sun rises in the sky, the butterflies are more dormant. They lay around on leaves and hang upside-down providing wonderful profiles for a photographer. Once the sun rose and warmed the room, they woke and started flying around. Unless you have a large and fast lens it's really (7 comments)
Lone Tree Arts Center Groundbreaking Residents of Lone Tree had reason to come out to celebrate today. It was the official groundbreaking ceremony for the much awaited Arts Center. Warm balmy breezes welcomed us as we listened to the congratulatory speeches by Lisa Rigsby Peterson, the Executive Director, Keith Simon, VP of Coventry Development, Art Bouton, Chair of Lone Tree Cultural Arts Foundation, Jack O'Boyle, Former Mayor and Jim Gunning presiding Mayor of the City of Lone Tree. The Lone Tree Symphony Orchestra's Brass Quintet entertained us with music. I loved seeing them sit in front of the (2 comments)
Top Ten From Rain Camp - 03/13/10 12:10 AM
Active Rain came to town! The room was full of people last week when the Rain Gang showed up. They came armed with T-shirts, goody bags and a ton of great technology tips and practical applications for them. This day wasn’t for the weak of heart, the information came with the force of a fire hydrant unleashed on a hot summer’s day. No one complained we just wrote as fast as we could taking notes and hoping against hope we could remember it next week! The excitment of learning is not the only attraction at Rain Camp, it's about getting (82 comments)
2244 S. Stuart St. Denver, CO 80219 - 03/06/10 10:55 PM
Desirable California Contemporary 2244 S. Stuart St., Denver, CO 80219 View Map This lovely California Contemporary home has all the popular features home buyers dream about, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, spacious sunny rooms and lots of storage. There's a full basement with a retro-rec room, large laundry/craft/sewing room plus a workshop! The location is wonderful too, just 1 block to a lovely park with two lakes! (click on the map to see how convenient this location is to the park!) Hurry, call now to see this home. Details Asking Price: $235,000.00 MLS: 845851 Sq. Feet: 2764 Lot Size: 7350 Bedrooms: 4 (1 comments)
Soapbox musings for and about Denver relocation and real estate.
Author Bio: Kristal Kraft is a Colorado Real Estate Broker specializing in relocation to and from the Denver Metro area. She is an amateur photographer, cyclist, golfer and enjoys traveling just for the fun of it!
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