Neighborhoods

Applewood

Outdoor living, a charming, small town atmosphere, and accessibility – Applewood, CO real estate is happily situated in a community that has all these and more. Close enough to Denver to be able to take advantage of its amenities, yet far enough from the city to be able to avoid its inevitable crowds, Applewood is the perfect place to kick back, relax, and get away…



Baker

Bounded by 6th Avenue, Broadway, Mississippi Avenue, and the Platte River. In the 1860s, a party including William Byers (founder of the Rocky Mountain News) who arrived with the Gold Rush, platted about seventy-five percent of the farmland that would become Baker’s lots. Byers wife was the eighth white woman in Denver. After an 1864 flood, a wooden bridge was built over Cherry Creek and…



Belcaro

Characterized by a wide variety of homes, the Belcaro real estate market has something for everyone. One of Denver’s most desirable neighborhoods, Belcaro is where you’ll find the Phipps Mansion as well as some of the city’s largest, most elegant homes. More than a few of these Belcaro homes are mansions in fact, and most of the properties that make up the Belcaro real estate…



Berkeley

When the Elitch Gardens Amusement Park moved from its previous location on the corner of Tennyson Street and 38th Avenue in West Highland to its current location in downtown Denver, many thought that the adjacent neighborhood of Berkeley to the north would just grind to a halt and fade away. But Berkeley has proven to be much more resilient, and is undergoing a kind of…



Capitol Hill

The Capitol Hill neighborhood is bounded by Broadway, Downing Street, Colfax Avenue, and 6th Avenue, with the Colorado State Capitol marking its west boundary. Some of the oldest homes in Denver can be found in this neighborhood. A carpenter named Henry Cordes Brown first gained possession, through federal land policies, of 4-40 acre sections of land from 11th to 20th and Broadway to the alley…



Cheesman Park

The Cheesman Park neighborhood is one of the oldest in Denver, with city plats dating to as far back as 1868 and was annexed by the City of Denver in 1883, though development was slow at first. By 1915, with the completion of the park, the neighborhood was mostly developed with large mansions for some of the city’s wealthiest people. Since the 1930s however, the…



Cherry Creek

The south-central Denver neighborhood of Cherry Creek takes its name from Cherry Creek, which flows into southeast Denver and heads northwest through the city, joining the South Platte at Confluence Park in Central Denver. Cherry Creek Reservoir, located within the Cherry Creek State Park, is also fed by this creek. The park, which is often referred to as Denver’s “big back yard,” is one of…



City Park

City Park is Denver’s largest and finest park, boasting 330 acres of lawns, trees and lakes, along with cultural institutions such as the Museum of Nature and Science and the Denver Zoo on its centrally located grounds. From its various vantage points, you’ll enjoy great views of the Denver skyline and the ice-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains that frame it. Pelicans, ducks and geese…



Congress Park

If you prefer a more relaxed suburban living environment in a picturesque neighborhood with mostly beautiful and classic homes, then you should definitely consider Congress Park, Denver real estate properties. Just a few minutes southeast of downtown Denver, Congress Park and its eponymous park is the ideal setting for everyone to live, work and play…



Curtis Park

The Curtis Park/Five Points neighborhood was founded in the 1860’s as a fashionable residential suburb of Denver. The most intense development outward from the main township of Denver was in the northeast, beginning in 1868. The South Platte river bounded Denver on the west and the north, but on the east was wide, open space. The creation of a horse-drawn streetcar line in 1871, increased…



Denver

Colorado’s “Mile-High City” stands at 5,280 feet and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes you will ever have the pleasure of setting eyes on. Aptly touted as a haven for outdoor, recreation, and sports enthusiasts, Denver has over 800 miles of paved off-road trails that interconnect with hundreds of miles of dirt trails – perfect for biking and hiking. The slopes also…



Harvey Park

Established in the 1950s, the Harvey Park neighborhood in southwest Denver is a treasure trove of mid-century modern architecture. If you’re a fan of clean lines and an open, airy feel, then you’ll doubtless want to explore the wide range of classic, modern Harvey Park homes. Located west of College View and east of the City of Lakewood, in between Mar Lee to the north…



Highlands

As its name implies, Denver’s largest neighborhood, the Highlands, lies on higher ground. Located just across the South Platte River from the downtown district, Highlands, Denver real estate enjoys waterfront and skyline views, as well as easy access to all the good things that the Mile High City has to offer. Three pedestrian bridges link the Highlands to downtown, offering residents a scenic and convenient…



Lakewood

The fourth most populous city in Colorado, Lakewood is situated west of Denver and north of Englewood and is serviced by the I-70. Development of Lakewood began in 1889 with an area of thirteen blocks in eastern Jefferson County. Lakewood Colorado real estate is rich in open spaces such as parks and trails for hiking and biking, which cater to its residents’ love of the…



Park Hill

The serene, warm and welcoming neighborhood of Park Hill is located directly east of the 330-acre City Park in northeastern Denver. A primarily residential community of tree-lined streets and an eclectic collection of homes, Park Hill has long been one of the Mile-High City’s most desirable places to live, with Park Hill, Denver homes for sale appealing to a wide range of homebuyers, from growing…



Platt Park

Situated directly south of I-25 and east of the South Platte River, Denver’s Platt Park neighborhood is a charming mix of serene, tree-lined streets, and historic homes with bustling commercial areas that are anchored by Old South Pearl Street. With this appealing blend of features, it’s no wonder, then, that Platt Park, Denver real estate has long been one of the city’s most sought-after residential destinations…



Sloan’s Lake

What would make a location with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains and a close proximity to a dynamic downtown area even better? How about a warm community, an inviting park, and a beautiful, clear lake? The Sloan’s Lake neighborhood, sometimes referred to as Sloans Lake or just Sloan Lake, lies in the northwestern area of Denver, Colorado and has long been known for being…



Stapleton

If you love the environment and you’re looking for the ideal place to call home, consider investing in Stapleton homes for sale –Stapleton is slated to become one of Colorado’s greenest areas in the near future. Located in what was once the old Stapleton airport, the neighborhood is now the center of a “green plan,” whose aim is to create a more sustainable community. One…



Uptown

Sunset Magazine calls Uptown “one of Denver’s hippest ‘hoods, with lively new restaurants, chic shops and a cheery, progressive vibe.” A mix of Victorian and Queen Anne homes blend with modern high-rise apartments and lofts built along tree-lined boulevards to make up Denver’s oldest residential neighborhood. It’s also where you’ll find Denver’s largest green space, City Park. The tree-covered park is home to the Denver Zoo and…



Washington Park

Bounded by Broadway east to University Boulevard, and Alameda Avenue south to Evans Avenue, the Washington Park neighborhood surrounds the beautiful and popular Washington Park. The neighborhood is made up of historic Victorian architecture and classic bungalows, most of them built from 1900 to 1940, set back from tree-lined streets. The neighborhood gradually began to develop in the 1860′s around a buffalo wallow that later…



Wheat Ridge

The City of Wheat Ridge traces its foundation to 1859. Starting out as a farming community that once provided supplies to Denver and surrounding towns, the city has since become one of the most dynamic communities in Jefferson County, Colorado and Wheat Ridge real estate has become an increasingly attractive option for homebuyers in the region. Drawing its name from the wheat that used to…



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