Castle Pines is an upscale suburb located minutes from DTC and Denver.

Buyers and Sellers in Castle Pines demand a special type of real estate agent who understands the prestige associated with Castle Pines. Neighborhoods in Castle Pines range from large modern condos to sprawling and secluded mansions. Castle Pines itself may not be large, but this Douglas County destination is growing by leaps and bounds.

We never think of selling homes as a business deal. Instead, we invest our time building relationships and ensuring that our clients find the home that they’ll want to stay in for generations.

Castle Pines Real Estate

Castle Pines incorporated in 1995, but since then, you wouldn’t believe how quickly it has expanded. The founders chose the vision statement, “Enhance our community’s unique character by ensuring excellent infrastructure, safe neighborhoods, maximum citizen participation, and conscientious development that balances open space, residential and commercial uses.” While Castle Pines might not be the largest city in Colorado, it has space and conveniences for your family to grow and enjoy life.

Daniels Gate Park, Castle Pines Real Estate
  • Population: 12.298

  • Median Ages: 52.2 Years

  • Married: 64.71%

  • High School or Higher: 17.84%

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher: 65.9%

  • Homeowners: 88.73%

  • Median Home Price: $899,000

  • Median Household Income: $178.036

  • Unemployment: 5.4%

  • Driving Distance Denver Tech Center: 12.4 Miles

  • Driving Distance Downtown Denver: 24 Miles

Castle Pines Real Estate Demographics

Castle Pines is a community of older, more established homeowners. While there are many places to work within Castle Pines, most of those who live there do the short commute to the Denver Tech Center. Thankfully, it is not too far from the Downtown Denver area either.

Denver and the surrounding areas have a higher cost of living, but Castle Pines Real Estate is much higher on the list than most. The cost of living in Castle Pines is rated as 149.3, much higher than the US average of 100. While the home costs are high, the trade-offs are plentiful. For the higher cost of living, residents get a small-town feel, less congestion, lower crime rates, while being close to downtown, DTC, and the mountains.

There is only one public school in Castle Pines, but it gets excellent reviews and has partial funding through Douglas County. Those who want to avoid public education have numerous private, charter, and STEM schools to choose from in Castle Pines or the nearby communities of Castle Rock and Highlands Ranch.

There are a few shopping options within Castle Pines, but there are options to the north and the south. The Park Meadow Retail Resort is to the north, and it contains more than 185 stores and restaurants. To the south, you will find the Outlets at Castle Rock, Castle Rock Promenade, and all the shopping and dining that downtown Castle Rock has to offer.

As Castle Pines continues to grow, the list of restaurants continues to expand. New developments on the East side of I-25 will bring more options in the next year. In the past, you may have been lucky to find a juicy burger, but now you can find Mexican, Italian, and wings.

There is a plethora of things to do while living in Castle Pines. If you love to be outside, you are going to be thrilled with all the outdoor things you can do and see. Elk Ridge Park is a great area to get your game on, while Retreat Park is the best place to walk and have a picnic lunch or dinner. In between all that outdoor action, you can squeeze in a round of golf at The Ridge at Castle Pines North, grab a few books at the Castle Pines Library, and attend one of the events that the Castle Pines Arts and Cultural Foundation holds throughout the year.

Buying Real Estate in Castle Pines

Castle Pines is considered one of the most competitive areas in the state. Most homes get multiple offers, so working with the right lender will help ensure you are in a competitive position. We have vetted lender resources to help get you into a home in Castle Pines.

Selling Real Estate in Castle Pines

If you have a home in Castle Pines already, we can help you sell it quickly and for top dollar. While the real estate market in Denver is “normalizing”, areas like Castle Pines are forecasted to be “extremely desirable” due to continued limited inventory and high demand.

Closing the Deal in Castle Pines

The small city of Castle Pines fast-growing pace ensures residents will get what they want in both a home, location, and amenities. Buyers are plentiful, and they are willing to pay the price to live in Castle Pines, so let us guide you through the process whether buying or selling.