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Conifer and Pine are small, adjacent, unincorporated communities in Jefferson County located off of 285 in the foothills west of Denver. These communities are unique in that they don’t have one central downtown area, rather there are several “town center” shopping areas that provide all the modern conveniences you could need. Conifer/Pine offers the slower pace of mountain life with friendly neighbors, expansive views, and abundant wildlife, all within an arm’s reach of bustling Denver...
 
A short drive off of highway 285 down a softly winding road that passes by gorgeous meadows, rolling hills and small ponds you will find the breathtaking city of Evergreen. The town is centered around Evergreen Lake, the Lake House and walking paths, and is surrounded by thousands of acres of Denver Mountain Parks and Jefferson County Open Space. The charming downtown area is lined with historic storefronts, cafes and saloons, and the soundtrack of the peaceful creek that parallels it softly plays in the background. Nature truly is the heartbeat of this quaint mountain town and even if only for the day, it is wor...
 
Although Highlands Ranch, a 22,000-acre master-planned community, formally began in 1981, its land is rich in history. Located 12 miles south of Denver in Douglas County, Highlands Ranch offers a wonderful quality of life, opportunities for an active lifestyle, great schools, restaurants and shopping. The extensive growth it has experienced in it’s nearly 35 years of existence, is proof that Highlands Ranch is now more than just a “bedroom community” of Denver. With six great high schools, four recreation centers, sixteen parks, two 18-hole golf courses, high-quality medical care and close proximity to Denv...
 
Although Lakewood lacks a traditional downtown, several “hubs” have emerged in its absence creating unique and diverse communities within its borders. Among these you’ll find Belmar, Lakewood’s premier dining and shopping destination and home to the Hyatt House hotel which is slated to open in Spring of 2016, as well as the luxury yet Colorado rugged neighborhoods of Soltera and Heritage West. For those who enjoy an active lifestyle, Lakewood offers Bear Creek Lake Regional Park, Homestead - a championship and executive golf course, the award-winning Fox Hollow golf course, and more...
 
Littleton is a large suburb of Denver, including eleven zip codes that cover a vast area much larger than the city itself. Home to a variety of landscapes and amenities, Littleton and its surrounding area offers a charming, historic “downtown”, beautiful flat irons in Roxborough Park, stunning Arrowhead Golf Course, Ken Caryl Ranch Open Space, Chatfield State Park as well as a range of communities like Trailmark at Chatfield with top-notch conveniences and more. Complete with easy highway access to take you to Denver or the foothills of the Rockies, excellent schools for young growing families, great restaura...
 
Although modest in size, the town of Morrison is rich in history and natural wonders like Dinosaur Ridge, the LoDaiska Site, Red Rocks Park and Lariat Loop National Scenic Byway. What began as a natural stopover for those heading to the mines of South Park, turned into a bustling community in which many of the original storefronts and homes have been preserved. Like those who came before them, modern day pioneers, like Stanley Harwood, have helped keep Morrison moving forward through further development. Harwood’s vision for a neighborhood built around an 18-hole golf course came to fruition with community supp...