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Denver Colorado Neighborhoods

Belcaro – Located near Cherry Creek and Washington Park. The lots are larger than average which is great for families.

Bonnie Brae – Variety of newer and older homes including a range of styles. Located next to Washington Park.

Cheesman Park – A historic neighborhood with many Victorian homes and condominiums. Popular with young singles as well as empty-nesters. Located near parks as well as restaurants and bars.

Cherry Creek – If you like Georgetown you’ll love Cherry Creek. Lots of shipping including fashion, restaurants and a mall. Housing options include condos and town homes.

City Park – The largest park in Denver. Has a zoo, museums, golf and affordable homes, Fixer-ups to renovations.

Congress Park – This is an older area located close to Cherry Creek. Housing options include older homes with large trees.

Crestmoor – The community is quiet and homes are priced on the upper end. There is a private swim and tennis club.

Curtis Park – If you enjoy an area that is walkable downtown, that this will be a good fit. Housing options include historic Victorians as well as remodeled townhomes and some single family homes.

Denver Country Club – If you are looking for a prestigious area, this is it. Beautiful luxury homes and older mansions.

Downtown – Alternative to sophisticated. Heart of the urban action and located close to sports and theater.

Five Points – This is a historic part of the city with newer town homes as well as older housing. The community is rich in culture and history.

Highlands – This is a trendy neighborhood with a variety of housing options and prices.

Hilltop – Locate close to Cherry Creek. Homes built in the 1960’s as well as large new homes.

Lo-Do – Lower Downtown has lofts, condos, clubs and restaurants from Pepsi Center to Union Station to Coor’s Field. There’s always something happing in Lo-Do.

LoHi – Urban living near downtown popular with the younger crowd. Mix of new and old. Top restaurants, nightlife. Mexican food too.

Lowry – Close to the air base on Denver’s East Side. Newer Condos & Single Families with Town Center.

Mayfair – Smaller homes that are affordable w/ trees and In-Fills near hospitals & Colfax.

Montclair – 1950’s ranches. It’s located next to Crestmoor and Lowry.

Park Hill – The streets here are charming and lined with trees. It is a quiet, older part of town.

Platte Park – If you want to live near Washington Park and the Light Rail and you enjoy shopping and restaurants close to where you live, then check out this area.

Polo Club – The majority of homes here are patio homes with some large luxury estate properties.

River North – River North is north of downtown with new and old homes, townhomes and condos.

Southern Hills – Ranches Near University of Denver. Popular Slavens schools K-8. Many young families.

Southmoor – Large lots that are great for families or anyone looking for a house that has room for a dog to run. Most homes are from the 1960’s to 1980’s.

Stapleton – Shopping areas and new schools. Another great area for families and lots of kids.

University Hills – Walk to shopping, rail & coffee. Affordable new home scrappers and starter homes.

University Park – From here you can walk to Denver University, restaurants and Observatory Park.

Uptown – Condos to older homes walk to Downtown and Eateries on 17th Ave.

Washington Park – Yuppies, Drinks. Antiques and eateries. Bungalows to McMansions near park w/lakes.

Wellshire – Very safe community with golf. You’ll find a wide variety of housing options.

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