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Spend any amount of time in Denver, and you’ll be entranced by Highland Ranch’s beautiful community, high-ranking school system, and diverse options for recreation.

In fact, rated Highlands Ranch as the number 8 best place to live in 2018.

With an average of 245 clear days per year, residents have plenty of time to take advantage of the 19 public parks and over 60 miles of trail where you can bike, run or walk your dog. Check out Civic Green Park for events, with a pavilion that can accommodate over 100 people or Redstone Park which has both a fishing pier and a sand play area!

Highlands Ranch is a great place to live for financial reasons too. The median family income in Highlands Ranch is $126K and jobs are expected to grow at about 7% over the next five years. With an average 26 minute commute, most residents are working close to home.

Even the educational options are wonderful. The school system in Highlands Ranch is top-notch, with an over 90% high school graduation rate. Two K-12 schools offer public charter education including focuses on technology, world citizenship, and language.

Our community is also home to some of the best restaurants in the area. You have to try Old Blinking Light for wonderful Southwestern cooking! Or Little Man’s Ice Cream shop for unique flavors any time of the year.

Visiting Highlands Ranch from out of town? Make sure to check out Highlands Ranch Mansion - a local estate welcoming visitors with its historic charm. Visit the grounds to take a step back in time, or even rent the locale for a wedding or other event.

Park Meadows Mall and the Outlets at Castle Rock are your best bets for indoor shopping. Into breweries? Check out Grist Brewing Company or 3 Freaks Brewery. Also consider Stranahan’s Wiskey Tour, rated one of the top experiences in Highlands Ranch, CO.

While you’re in the area, take a trip over to the neighboring cities of Aurora, Littleton, and Parker - which all offer their own unique atmospheres and activities!

Whether you’re visiting Highlands Ranch for a weekend away, or considering moving here… prepare to be welcomed by a blossoming city with plenty of opportunities.