Located in Douglas County, Colorado, Highlands Ranch is a mid-sized unincorporated community that was originally populated by Native Americans and had a high-growth period during the Colorado Gold Fever. With 96,713 inhabitants, Highlands Ranch is a community that offers excellent quality of life and low crime rates. Relocation to Highlands Ranch is relatively easy and the local real estate market currently lists around 400 homes for sale. The two issues that are continually reported about Highlands Park are traffic and water rights, and with efforts from the authorities and population, the community is working to overcome both of them. Even though this is a relatively large community, Highlands Park has often been labeled "the bedroom community" of Denver, which is only 32 miles away. If you're looking for a rental, purchasable or rent to own home near Denver, Highlands Ranch is a great place to start.
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Housing StatisticsThis vibrant community keeps growing and growing, so if you are planning to relocate, you should start doing some research as soon as possible. The median sales price in Highlands Ranch is $336,450 and listing prices range from $209,000 for a one-bedroom to $425,000 for a 4-bedroom home. The percentage of vacant houses is around 3.15 percent, so competition can get tough when it comes to closing a sale. Rental properties are worth checking if you have not been pre-approved for a bank loan.
Arts and Culture in Highlands RanchMost of the cultural life of Highlands Ranch is centered on a variety of local organizations, such as the Highlands Ranch Concert Band and Swing Shift, which gathers amateur and professional musicians to provide a variety of concerts. The Highlands Community Chorus, on the other hand, is a nonprofit and its aim is to educate audiences and participants in musical appreciation and singing experiences. If you prefer to indulge in a trip to the past, the Highlands Ranch Historical society is here to guide you through major events in local history. The Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association organizes several events throughout the year, such as the Winter Cultural Series and the spring bazar.
School Systems in Highlands RanchPublic schools around Highlands Ranch are part of the Douglas County School District. The public system offers 8 preschools, 16 elementary schools, five high schools and two charter schools. There are also four private schools available. Schools in this district have implemented national programs (such as the "Safe School Program"), which have earned recognition for the way in which they change students' lives.
Popular NeighborhoodsThe "bedroom community" of Highland's Ranch offers a large selection of neighborhoods to reside in. Popular neighborhoods are described here:
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