Long the dominant mode of travel on the old Cherry Creek Trail between Denver and Parker, walking is once again very much the fashion as pedestrian-friendly communities continue to sprout like spring wildflowers up and down the Front Range. However, few are as ideally located as Parker’s Stonegate.
Even those for whom walking remains a novelty may find themselves leaving the car at home to indulge in a pleasant stroll to community parks and recreation centers, historic downtown Parker, Stonegate Village Center, and the Crossing at Stonegate.
Modeled on the coveted historic neighborhoods of central Denver, Stonegate’s small-town charm and proximity to just about everything is no accident. What sort of lifestyle do you want to live today? At Stonegate the choice is yours.
Maintain your good health, soak up the local color at Parker’s many historic sites, save on gas, and help the environment to boot – Stonegate offers a nearly infinite variety of options.
And when you do drive, most major metro-area destinations are less than 35 minutes away, including I-25 business parks, Downtown Denver, and DIA. Park Meadows Mall and Southeast Light-Rail depots are just minutes from your doorstep.trellises, and bold color palettes, are as gratifying to behold as the backdrop provided by the Front Range mountains.
Nearby campuses of the excellent Douglas County School District include Pine Lane Primary, Renaissance Charter School, Sierra Middle School, Chapparral High, and Ponderosa High.
The area’s Castlewood Canyon State Park draws sightseers, hikers, climbers, photographers, and picnickers year round while Cherry Creek State Park offers boating, shooting, cycling, and more.
Approximately one-third of Stonegate is given over to parks and open space where amenities include two outdoor swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts, kids’ playgrounds, soccer fields, and jogging paths, plus a community cabana featuring a whirlpool and spa. Challenger Park and Parker Recreation Center lie within a short walk.
Stonegate’s distinctive single-family homes, townhomes, and condos, replete with corbels, trellises, and bold color palettes, are as gratifying to behold as the backdrop provided by the Front Range mountains.