The Town of Castle Rock is located about 30 minutes (29 miles) south of Denver and enjoys a population of 56,962, which has inched up about 1,000 per year. The elevation of Castle Rock is 6,202 feet above sea level. Castle Rock includes Castle Pines and many rural farm areas outside the City limits.
COVID-19 affected the real estate market for about a month - from mid-March to mid-April, when Douglas county allowed showings again. Before we saw the virus in the Denver metro area, sales were booming.
The Castle Rock real estate market for the month of April saw a significant decrease in sales over the previous month, which is due to the virus and no showings allowed. These stats include Castle Pines and Castle Pines Village, single-family detached homes and multi-family homes, courtesy of Joan Cox, House to Home, Inc.
Sales for April 2020
Sales - 175 properties sold ranging from $213,000 to $2,937,500 (March 2020 had 221 sales, and April 2019 had 208)
Average Days on Market - 36 days
Average Price $484,990
List Price/Sold Price - 100%
The highest-priced property sold in April was $2,937,500 and is located in Castle Pines Village. It is a custom home built in 2007. It has 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, with a total of 9,641 square feet and a 4-car garage on 1.62 acres.
If you are looking for the current active listings in Castle Rock, including Castle Pines - here are the active listings in Castle Rock.
If you are currently looking in Castle Rock for your dream home, give me a call. Use the link above to see what homes are currently available.