Parker is located at the southeastern corner of the Denver metro area. Parker is widely known by locals as the equestrian capital of the eastern Colorado plains.
The Town of Parker offers a unique western lifestyle, but is within minutes of everyday modern conveniences. In its early days, Parker was always a ranching community until the Denver Metro Area saw wholesale expansion of all its suburbs during the last 2 decades.
Naturally, Parker attracted developers that mixed a country lifestyle with modern amenities. In doing so, Parker has been transformed from its exclusive identity as the rural equestrian capital of Colorado, into an exciting small town with beautiful open space and well-planned residential and commercial developments.
Despite Parker’s rapid growth, its equestrian facilities are still central to the community, and they help Parker retain that small hometown feel. Parker’s close proximity to the metro area’s key business parks like Meridian, DTC and Inverness make it a great location to live.
Parker has an extensive parks and recreation program, top rated Douglas County Schools, and offers a very desirable quality of life. Residents have tremendous housing choices with its newer award-winning neighborhoods, multi-acreage home sites, and golf course communities. If you are interested in living in Parker, take a look at the many excellent homes in Parker, below.
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Zip codes for Homes In Parker neighborhoods are: 80134, 80138
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