Parker Real Estate Information in Colorado
Among the rolling hills and ponderosa pines, just 20 miles southeast of Denver is the town of Parker. According to popular legend, the city can trace its colorful history to the establishment of the Pine Grove Way Station around 1863. As a stage stop and later railroad depot, it was a Denver outpost. Today, it is still a Denver outpost. The incorporation of the town in 1981 included the Rowley Downs subdivision, the downtown area, Parker Square and Parker Plaza commercial areas. The incorporated area encompassed approximately one square mile and included 285 residents. Soon after incorporation in 1981, the town adopted zoning and subdivision ordinances. Located in the heart of horse country, it is the home of many equestrian centers. The charming and comfortable town of Parker, Colorado, boasts a population of roughly 50,000 residents and is continuously growing. Parker offers a wonderful Colorado urban/rural lifestyle!
Parker, CO Relocation