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Buying or selling a home in Centennial, Colorado requires an expert in the local real estate market. The value of condominiums, townhomes and houses in Centennial has grown steadily since the city incorporated in 2001. Before that it was known as unincorporated Arapahoe county. Centennial is an ideal place to raise a family, start a career, or simply enjoy the golden years. The area is known for its stunning mountain views, lush golf courses, quiet neighborhoods, mature landscaping, and beautiful homes.
Colorado is known as the Centennial State since it was added to the union in 1876, 100 years after the United States gained independence. Denver grew up as a frontier mining town and Dry Creek in Centennial was one of the first places where gold was discovered. You can still find specks of gold in Dry Creek although it was never made into a major mining operation. This area was once dominated by cowboys, farmers and ranchers. Since then, it has become more and more commercial and enterprising and is adjacent to a major mall and even an airport with both private jets and domestic carriers.
So, You Are Buying a Home in Centennial. Contact the Mark Hunke Team!
Several major companies call Centennial their home base with surrounding office parks in the Denver Tech Center, Inverness, and Meridian. The area is served by the Cherry Creek Public School District as well as Littleton Public School District. There are also many private school options. Several notable celebrities and Olympic athletes have called Centennial home. This is a highly developed and highly desirable suburb of the Denver Metro Area.
A typical day in Centennial might include barbecue with the family, a soccer game at the park, a round of golf, boating at the reservoir, shopping at the luxury mall, a romantic dinner, biking the Highline Canal, an open-air concert, sledding in the snow, or watching the sunset over the Rocky Mountains from one of several local bars and restaurants. While you can still go horseback riding in certain areas, Centennial has grown and matured from its roots as a ranching and farming community. Just as Denver has matured into an internationally known city, Centennial has also come a long way. To learn more about available homes in Centennial, contact Mark Hunke.
Mark Hunke has been providing professional real estate services in Centennial since before it was incorporated. In fact, he has helped the area grow from a dusty cow town into a suburban paradise in southeast Denver. Mark is keenly aware of the local real estate market because he is constantly participating in sales transactions in and around Centennial. Clients of Mark Hunke benefit from his deep knowledge, years of experience and expertise, and an unmatched commitment to customer service. Some of the neighborhoods of Centennial where Mark Hunke has helped his clients buy and sell homes include:
- Homestead Hills
- Algonquin Acres
- Walnut Hills
- Willow Creek
- Cherry Knolls
- South Suburban
This is an active suburban enclave with wonderful amenities, beautiful golf courses, recreation centers, large parks and open spaces, miles of biking trails and top-tier municipal services. Ask Mark Hunke about available condos, townhomes, luxury homes and new build developments in the beautiful community of Centennial, Colorado. The Mark Hunke Team will work tirelessly to get the right price for your home, whether you are buying, selling or investing in real estate.