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  • Castle Rock

    Why you'd want to live in Castle Rock

    With a reputation for small town hospitality, this charming community has received recognition by numerous national publications as one of the best towns to live, work, dine and play. With roots in mining and railroads, this affluent town offers an updated taste of the Old West. It boasts an historic downtown area, 265 acres of parks, and 44 miles of trails. Castle Rock, easily accessible by Interstate 25, is home to the Outlets at Castle Rock (the largest open-air outlet center in the State) and is the seat of Douglas County. The town encompasses 33 square miles and sits in the East Plum Creek Valley at the base of the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of 6,202 feet. While skiing, mountain biking, and rock climbing are fabulous forms of active and healthy travel, altitude sickness could ruin your mile-high vacation. Castle Rock offers year round events, be sure to subscribe to our Castle Rock Events Calendar to stay up to day with the latest happenings. View tips for Altitude Sickness Treatment and Prevention. It’s easy to see how Castle Rock got its name when one spies the castle-shaped butte towering high above the town center. The town’s history is also easily visible in the original, well-preserved homes, cafés and churches throughout the area. Many of these were built using the unusual rhyolite stone that originally attracted the settlers who founded the town in the mid-to-late 18th century. Prior to their arrival, the area was occupied by Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian tribes. Today, nearly 60,0000 people call Castle Rock home. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, Castle Rock is a safe and welcoming place to enjoy the brisk Colorado air year ‘round.

    Castle Rock Hiking The Umphress Group #1 Real Estate Team

    Castle Rock Market Report

    $682,551

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 718 HOMES

    $1,794,755

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 96 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

    $1,078,923

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 30 HOMES WITH A POOL

    $616,648

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 379 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

    $549,966

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 3 DISTRESSED HOMES

    $552,914

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 269 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

    Average Home

    Average Price $682,551
    Avg Bedrooms 3.55 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 3.63 baths

    Average Price by Bedrooms

    2 bedrooms $426,515
    3 bedrooms $455,370
    4 bedrooms $671,239
    5 bedrooms $978,925
    Castle Rock Home Price Trends
      10/2018 9/2018 8/2018 7/2018 6/2018
    Total Listings 744 724 731 750 774
    Average Price $694,632 $757,441 $761,779 $773,270 $761,385
    Avg Price Change -9.04% -0.57% -1.51% +1.56% -0.54%
    Median Price $513,268 $525,404 $523,453 $526,390 $529,771
    Med Price Change -2.36% +0.37% -0.56% -0.64% -1.01%
    Avg Bedrooms 3.43 beds 3.51 beds 3.45 beds 3.58 beds 3.53 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 3.47 baths 3.53 baths 3.4 baths 3.54 baths 3.47 baths
    Home Price by High School
    School Name Total Homes Average Price
    Castle View 235 $436,487
    Chaparral 1 $429,950
    Douglas Co 18 $712,070
    Douglas County 342 $558,493
    Douglas County Sr 4 $825,750
    Ponderosa 25 $525,940
    Rock Canyon 86 $1,931,627
    Home Price by House Size
    Total Homes Average Price
    All Homes 718 $682,551
    Multi-Million Dollar Homes 96 $1,794,755
    Homes with a Pool 30 $1,078,923
    Reduced Price Homes 379 $616,648
    Distressed Homes 3 $549,966
    Newly Built Homes 269 $552,914

    School Data

    Highly Rated Castle Rock Schools

    10

    BUFFALO RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

    9

    MESA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

    9

    FLAGSTONE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Middle School
    Public

    9

    SOARING HAWK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Middle School
    Public

    8

    DOUGLAS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
    High School
    Public

    8

    PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL
    High School
    Public

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