Lone Tree : Colorado

 

What it's Like to Retire in Lone Tree

Lone Tree is an extremely wealthy suburb about 26 miles southwest of Denver. Population is just under 12,000 (2012 census).  Town Motto: It's a great day to be in Lone Tree!. Photo of Lone Tree Municipal Building courtesy of Wikipedia and Jeffrey Beall.

 

Where to Retire in Lone Tree and Home Prices

There are active adult communities being built in the area.
The median home value was $630,500, in late 2019, according to Zillow.

 

What is special about Lone Tree

Lone Tree is a very prosperous community
 

What is not special about Lone Tree

It is expensive to live here
 

Who will like retirement in Lone Tree

People who want to retire to an affluent town in Colorado's mountains might like Lone Tree.
 

Local economy is driven by

Finance, Healthcare

 

Climate and Physical Environment

Lone Tree is in Douglas County, about 26 miles southeast of Denver. There are plenty of mountains for recreation.
 

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

For culture Denver is just a short hop away.
 

Crime

Crime in Lone Tree is a bit higher than the national average, with most crimes reported as theft, not violent crimes.
 

Medical facilities

Skyridge Medical Center is located here.
 

Transportation

Transportation options include call-n-Ride, RTD bus and Light Rail services to Denver.
 

Valuable Links

Retirement in Colorado
City of Lone Tree

 

What people are saying about Lone Tree

Corrections to Lone Tree
Thank you tandersonbank for helping us to update Lone Tree. I have made the changes to our review. We appreciate hearing from residents that can give us input about their towns.
Posted by Jane at Topretirements on November 14, 2019
Lone Tree, CO
I\'m a 13 year resident of Lone Tree. The information you provided regarding our city is very inaccurate. First of all, Lone Tree is not in the mountains even though our elevation is around 6,000 ft. We are southeast of Denver, not southwest. We have had a hospital (Skyridge) since 2003 and it is a level 2 trauma hospital. I would also seriously question the crime rate. I doubt it is above the national average as we have had very few incidents of crime since I\'ve lived here. Your report makes me question the accuracy of your description of other cities.
Posted by tandersonbank on November 13, 2019

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