Clarke Farms Homes for Sale | Subdivision of Parker CO

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Clarke Farms Parker CO Overview


A subdivision of Parker CO, Clarke Farms homes for sale are both affordable and ideally located. Clarke Farms is popular with families looking for great schools, a safe community, an emphasis on outdoor living, and lots of programs, activities, and amenities. Located just off of Mainstreet, the homes are within walking distance of the extensive Bar CCC Park and the Cherry Creek biking trail and minutes away from the many restaurants, shops, bars, and community programs and events always happening in downtown Parker.

Clarke Farms CO Location and Map

Clarke Farms Parker CO is situated right off the Mainstreet and Jordan Road intersection, with downtown Parker just minutes away. The neighborhood has little pocket parks, as well as the massive Bar CCC Park and trail networks throughout the subdivision connecting to the biking path of Cherry Creek Trail. The neighborhood also has a community center with a pool and access to public transportation via the 401 bus along Mainstreet and Jordan Road.

This subdivision has easy access to Denver, the Denver International Airport, the Denver Tech Center, and other surrounding communities like Centennial and Meridian via major roads like Highway 83 and E-470 toll road, making commuting fast and simple. A drive to the airport takes about 30 minutes, while the Denver Tech Center is less than 20 minutes away. Cherokee Trail Elementary School is easily walkable for many of the youngest in the neighborhood while Sierra Middle School and Chaparral High School are less than a 10-minute drive from the subdivision.

Clarke Farms Homes for Sale and Real Estate

Clarke Farms was established and developed in the 1990s by a variety of builders, including one of the original developers, U.S. Homes. Clarke Farms homes for sale consist of very affordable single-family homes generally priced in the $200,000s and containing 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. They have up to 3,000 square feet of unfinished space and usually about 1,600 to 2,000 finished square feet. With classic 2-story houses, backyards, brick and wood siding, and lots of features, this is the perfect neighborhood for raising a family.

The HOA is managed by MSI, who maintains the community pool, handles trash removal, keeps residents informed and up-to-date, and plans community programs and events. Many of the properties on the market now have undergone significant upgrades and renovations to ensure that they have everything that the contemporary family needs.

Some of the features you can expect from a home for sale in Clarke Farms include:

  • Kitchens with new stainless steel appliances, center islands with stools, eating areas for intimate family meals, and large windows to let in lots of natural light.
  • Living rooms, formal dining rooms, and family rooms perfect for eating, relaxing, and gathering with family and friends. These main rooms often can include anything from gas fireplaces and built-in surround sound to gleaming hardwood floors.
  • Master suites that offer privacy and serenity with features such as 5-piece baths with deep soaking tubs and walk-in closets.
  • Full partially finished or unfinished basements awaiting the new owner’s design and style needs. Some of the most popular ideas for finished basements include exercise rooms, indoor theaters, entertaining spaces, or guest suites.
  • Outdoor areas with fenced-in backyards, sprinkler systems, and decks or patios, perfect for enjoying the sunny Coloradan days.

Clarke Farms Amenities

One of the best parts of living in Clarke Farms is its fantastic location. From local businesses to community parks, biking paths, and family-friendly events, Clarke Farms is quintessential Coloradan living. The HOA maintains a seasonal community pool. They also organize community events like their biannual garage sales and Christmas lights display.

Clarke Farms Parks

Little pocket parks like Jansen Park and Jola Park are present throughout the subdivision with bigger parks like Railbender and Bar CCC very easily accessible. Railbender Skate and Tennis Park is just to the east and boasts a 36,000 square-foot lighted skate park and six lighted tennis courts along with a playground and a trailhead for the Cherry Creek Regional Trail. Bar CCC Park is just south of the neighborhood, and has 7.7 acres of open space with access to the Cherry Creek and Sulphur Gulch Trails, a ball field, grills, and picnic shelters. Residents here have easy access to the Cherry Creek bike path through a network of trails that wind throughout the subdivision. The Cherry Creek Trail is 8 miles long and has both a pedestrian/bike path and an equestrian trail. It weaves north to south along Cherry Creek while the Sulphur Gulch Trail extends east to west, following Mainstreet through downtown Parker.

Clarke Farms Schools

Children attend the neighborhood elementary school, Cherokee Trail, Sierra Middle School, and Chaparral High School, all within the highly ranked Douglas County school district. Private and early childcare options are also widely available including the American Academy, Primrose School of Parker, and Parker Montessori.

Clarke Farms Shopping and Entertainment

The residents have access to businesses, shops, offices, food, drink, and entertainment in every direction. To the south are UFC Gym, Green Tea Nails, Conoco, and Summit Orthodontics, to the north are King Soopers, Starbucks, Cherry Village Asian Grill, Kunjani Coffee, Popeyes, Celtic House Pub, SlimGenics Weight Control Center, and Guiry’s Color Source, along with banks, auto shops, and fast food favorites. The 5-minute drive along Mainstreet to downtown Parker brings residents to delicious eating options like Dancing Noodle Thai Cuisine, cafes like Fika Coffee House, craft beer at Hall Brewing Company, big box stores like Walmart and Home Depot, AMC, CorePower Yoga, the Parker Library, and the programs, concerts, and arts classes at the PACE center. Downtown Parker is also the heart of annual community events such as Bike to Work Day, the Mayor’s Holiday Lighting, Let Freedom Sing Independence Day, and Arbor Day—an important event for maintaining Parker’s title as a Tree City USA!


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Comments (1)

Lise Howe
Keller Williams Capital Properties - Washington, DC
Assoc. Broker in DC, MD, VA and attorney in DC

thanks for the market update on Clarke Farms Homes in Parker CO - it is always helpful to know what is going on around the country! 

Nov 30, 2016 03:59 AM
Jim Garcia | Douglas County Real Estate

Thanks, Lise

Nov 30, 2016 05:13 PM