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Stonewalk at Stepping Stone Information
In the market for a new home in Parker, CO? If so, take a moment to view Stonewalk at Stepping Stone from Shea Homes. This single-family home neighborhood features floorplans with 3,172-4,153 Sq. Ft., 3-5 Bedrooms, and 3.5-5.5 Bathrooms. You can own a house in this development today priced from $618,900. Stop by our model showroom during normal business hours to see each of these homes in person.
From the Builder
In the vibrant town of Parker, Colorado, just five minutes east of I-25, discover the Stonewalk Collection in the master plan of Stepping Stone. This collection features five spacious new home floorplans ranging from 3,172 to 4,153 square feet, with up to seven bedrooms and seven full baths. Grand, open-concept living spaces include large kitchens with islands, walk-in pantries, fireplaces, plenty of storage, and optional finished basements to maximize your space.
The Stepping Stone Stonewalk Collection is conveniently located in northern Douglas County, in Parker, Colorado. This community is minutes from upscale shopping, fine dining, entertainment, and outdoor activities. Business centers including the Denver Tech Center are close by for an easy commute, as are award-winning schools. Add to that impressive amenities, parks, trails, and social events to bring neighbors together, and you’ve found a community that has it all.
Stonewalk at Stepping Stone Amenities & Local Attractions
The beacon of the community for gatherings and celebrations, the Lantern House gives neighbors the perfect setting for building lifelong friendships.
The Lantern House
Community Gathering Room
Men & Women Locker Rooms
About Shea Homes
Shea Homes has become a trusted name in homebuilding by loyal customers in several states. The company provides amenities for all ages and lifestyles within each and every community they break ground on. Shea often participates in master-planned communities, constructing townhouses, energy-efficient/green homes, and age-restricted neighborhoods. Developments across the country typically have tree-lined streets, community pools, clubhouses, bike and jogging paths, plus sports facilities.