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Denver Neighborhoods 

Contact us anytime for more information about neighborhoods & cities around Denver!  As local experts, we'd love to share our knowledge!

Homes for Sale in Ballpark

With immediate access to Coors Field, a variety of local breweries and restaurants, and its proximity to LoDo and Downtown Denver, the location of the Ballpark neighborhood is hard to beat. Now a historic district, you'll find many original brick buildings that now define this increasingly popular neighborhood. Denverites drive from all over the city to visit Ballpark's jazz clubs, galleries, brewpubs, antique stores, authentic Mexican restaurants, small companies and more. Housing options vary from eclectic warehouse condo conversions to new large scale apartment buildings. Ballpark is perfect for those looking for an urban setting with a lot of energy and ongoing revitalization.
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Homes for Sale in Berkeley

With the Tennyson Street strip as the heart of the neighborhood, Berkeley is quickly becoming the “IT” place in Northwest Denver. The homes offer a nice mix of both original brick bungalows and modern new construction homes, finding a place for just about everyone’s tastes. As more and more boutiques and restaurants move onto Tennyson Street the draw to Berkeley is ever increasing. With delightful restaurants like Parisi’s, Hops & Pie, DJ’s, and many, many more, you’ll be sure to find a dish that suits your taste! Berkeley is more than just Tennyson street, though, boasting two large lakes, community pools, a golf course and a dog park. With all this and more, Berkeley is easily one of our favorite Denver neighborhoods! As one of the top performing brokers in Berkeley, we’d love to share this insider knowledge with you. Simply contact us to get more info about this great Denver neighborhood!
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Homes for Sale in Bonnie Brae

Bonnie Brae, meaning “Pleasant Hill”, is as charming as its name. It’s a neighborhood known for its Tudor style architecture, curvy streets and homemade ice cream. Located just 5 minutes south of posh Cherry Creek, this 700 home neighborhood envelopes a nostalgic neighborhood feel with its mix of classic architecture and newly constructed homes. The neighborhood is minutes away from some of the best pizza in Denver, a European style flower shop, a spectacular wine store and all the shops on S. Gaylord in East Wash Park. It is a highly desirable neighborhood for affluent families looking for a luxury home in a good school district and walkable to great restaurants.
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Homes for Sale in Capitol Hill

Capitol Hill is one of the most historic and diverse neighborhoods in the Mile High city. 'Cap Hill’ is of Denver’s most densely populated neighborhoods, due in large part to its proximity to downtown, parks, and unique retail and entertainment options. The neighborhood also offers perhaps the city’s widest range of housing types and price ranges–everything from modern high rise apartments to single-family homes and apartments in historic mansions to lofts in renovated commercial buildings. Home to Denver's Civic Center and Colorado’s State Capital Building, Capitol Hill attracts tourists and locals alike. Once the home of Denver’s elite, the neighborhood is also known for its gorgeous mansions, such as the Capitol Hill Mansion and the Molly Brown House. Residents love the history and diversity of the neighborhood as well as its walkability.
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Homes for Sale in Cheesman Park

Cheesman Park defines why so many people want to live urban. The homes in Cheesman Park feature Victorians and perhaps the city’s most concentrated collection of Denver Squares. Thick trees give way to lovely older condominiums and high rises that tower over their namesake park. Along historic 7th Avenue Parkway, you’ll find an array of mansions with architectural styles ranging from Mission to Dutch Colonial and from Mediterranean to Victorian. The Cheesman Park neighborhood gets some of its energy from pockets of shops and restaurants that draw a local, loyal clientele. From Cheesman Park, it’s easy to get to LoDo, Cherry Creek, nearby bike trails and other parks. Only a few miles from Denver’s state capitol building, it’s in close proximity to much of Denver’s art and music scene, as well as the Denver Botanical Gardens, the Denver Zoo, the Molly Brown House and the Denver Art Museum. Residents of this urban oasis feel lucky to call Cheesman Park home.
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Homes for Sale in Cherry Creek

Cherry Creek is a wonderful place to live, work, play and buy real estate. From scrapes to old-money mansions to multi-million dollar lofts, Cherry Creek has transformed itself into one of the most expensive neighborhoods to live in Denver. The neighborhood has a unique combination of dense urban development and wide residential streets. Over 70 percent of Cherry Creek’s neighborhood has been redeveloped. These well-to-do residences live a stone’s throw to one of the most upscale shopping centers in the U.S. called Cherry Creek North. Cherry Creek North is a collection of boutiques, spas, restaurants, galleries and other specialty shops including MAX, Garbarini, Melissa Sweet, Neiman Marcus and Louis Vuitton. It’s beautifully tree and flower-lined streets host several events in the summer including the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Films on Fillmore and the annual Sidewalk Sale event. Cherry Creek is known for its luxury homes, walkability and a great school district.
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Homes for Sale in City Park

The City Park neighborhoods (West, North & South) are located to the NE of Downtown Denver and surround a 370-acre oasis of green and culture known as City Park. Denver’s City Park is a mecca of gardens, pools, fountains, monuments, soccer fields and playgrounds. Its grounds host a mecca of events and attractions including the Denver Zoo, the City Park Pavilion, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the City Park Golf Course. Stand anywhere in City Park and enjoy amazing views of Downtown and the mountains and enjoy free jazz in the park on Sundays in the summertime. In addition to numerous art fairs and festivals, the park hosts a number of organized runs, run walks and charity events. The park was called the Crown Jewel of the Queen city when it was originally designed and built in the late 1800s. These neighborhoods are predominantly single-family homes with a traditional lay-out and overall architecture consisting of Denver Squares, Victorian and Bungalow homes.
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Homes for Sale in Golden

The quality of life in Golden, CO is unsurpassed. Located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the views from this small town are breathtaking. Many of the residents work in Denver and appreciate the relatively short commute along with Golden's mountain-town feel. Golden has evolved quite a bit over the last 5-10 years. While it still has that historic, small-town feel, it's beginning to attract great new restaurants, stores and other businesses. With its picturesque riverside trails, friendly people, and 19th century historic downtown, it's no surprise that businesses and people alike are flocking to this charming city. BE THE FIRST TO KNOW: As residents and experts here in Golden, we know first-hand how great this city is and how quickly homes sell. We often hear of homes in this highly sought-after area before they list. Contact us to be the first to know.
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Homes for Sale in Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park is marked by a variety of housing styles and architecture from various eras. Single family homes from the late 19th century stand next to apartment complexes built in the 1950s and newly constructed luxury lofts and row homes with rooftop decks and city views. Jefferson Park is currently experiencing a renaissance of investment, development and home value appreciation due to its proximity to Downtown Denver, fantastic local park and recently added restaurants and coffee shops. New construction single family and multi-unit homes as well as the revitalization of existing historic homes will most likely continue to pop up throughout the area.
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Homes for Sale in LoDo

LoDo (short for Lower Downtown) is action packed and what many call the pulse of the city. It comprises 25 square blocks with over 127 historic structures still in tact. It is overflowing with trendy restaurants, lofts, bars, nightclubs, boutiques and businesses… something for everyone. This neighborhood is packed full of people looking for a good time. Whether it’s getting a pitcher of freshly brewed beer from Denver’s first brewery, Wynkoop, or dancing the night away at Lodo’s Bar & Grill, you can be guaranteed that there is always something going on. The LoDo real estate market is very hot as former warehouses have transformed into lofts with prices starting in the $300’s for a 1 bedroom up to multi-million dollar luxury penthouses. With the recent rehab of Union Station, this is truly one of the coolest places to live and is one of our favorite areas of Denver.
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Homes for Sale in LoHi

LoHi (short for Lower Highlands) is not just one of Denver’s hottest real estate markets, but also one of the top markets in the country! With its rapid appreciation, easy access to downtown, and walkability to just about everything, it's easy to see why! LoHi features a wide range of both older homes with historic detail and the explosion of new construction options. These new Denver homes have options ranging from more affordable row homes to larger duplexes with rooftop decks, to fully custom single family homes. One of our niches at Feaster Realty is the design and construction of new homes like these. We have helped helped bought, sold or built more new construction in NW Denver than just about anyone in recent years and would love to help you find your perfect new construction home in this very competitive market!
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Homes for Sale in Platt Park

Platt Park is an enchanting neighborhood located just south of Wash Park. Platt Park has become well known for its quaint downtown on Old South Pearl Street, offering a pleasant shopping atmosphere & great restaurants including Sushi Den, Pearl Street Grill and Lola. As a result, this area has become very popular with young couples and families. The neighborhood is rich with sprawling mature trees, bungalows, Victorians and pop tops. New construction single-family homes and duplexes are also popping up throughout due to the renewed popularity of this area. As more great shops & restaurants continue to move into this neighborhood, the real estate in Platt Park will no doubt continue to see more interest and appreciation.
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Homes for Sale in Riverfront

The Riverfront neighborhood (also known as Riverfront Park) offers a genuine neighborhood feel in the heart of the city. Neighbors get to know each other, often crossing paths on the trails in Commons Park and in Riverfront's countless quality restaurants and shops. The majority of residences are condos or apartments, especially as of recent due to the area's ongoing revitalization. Some residents forego a car as most amenities are walkable or a short ride on the nearby 16th Street Mall bus. Denver's popular Union Station is a short walk, but many find that their own Riverfront neighborhood offers all the restaurants and entertainment that they desire. Riverfront appeals to outdoor enthusiasts as well, with easy access to biking, running and walking on the Colorado Front Range Trail. The neighborhood even has it's own whitewater park. Perhaps all this is why REI's flagship store is located in the neighborhood. Riverfront is a perfect place for an urbanite with a love for the outdoors!
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Homes for Sale in Rosedale & Harvard Gulch

The 57 acres of Harvard Gulch Park is split into several components. The southwestern knoll with expansive views of the front range is known as the Sugar Bowl. The northwestern area known as Rosedale surrounds Rosedale School and incorporates community gardens and a tree park. The area north of Iliff Ave. contains open spaces, a football field, running track, parking area and playing fields. The main park area has been the home of a local recreation center and outdoor sporting areas, including a 9-hole golf course. The houses in the area include 20’s-50’s style bungalows, mid-century ranch style homes, and a few scrape and redevelopment homes. Located close to the DU campus, Wash Park and I-25, this is a great south centrally located neighborhood.
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Homes for Sale in Sloan's Lake

The Sloan's Lake neighborhood is in NW Denver, just south of the Highlands neighborhood. Spanning 177 acres, Sloan's Lake is the 2nd largest park in Denver with sweeping views of the Rocky Mountains and the downtown Denver skyline. The park and lake are the focal point of the neighborhood where you'll see countless homeowners in the area running, biking or simply enjoying the views. The lake is grand, in fact it's the only park in Denver where you can waterski. The neighborhood is primarily residential with an array of stunning architecture, including Victorians, Tudors and bungalows built around the 1930s. There has also been an influx of a new construction homes on all sides of the park. There is also currently a large redevelopment of the old St. Anthony’s hospital into a large complex of residential options and many restaurants and retail, including a movie theater.
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Homes for Sale in Sunnyside

Located just north of Denver's popular LoHi neighborhood and just minutes from downtown, Sunnyside is primed to be NW Denver’s next "it" neighborhood. Home buyers are drawn to Sunnyside's funky feel and appreciate its more affordable housing options, especially when compared to neighborhoods nearby. In the past few years, new restaurants and shops have been popping up throughout the area in both renovated existing buildings as well as brand new commercial strips. Home values have seen a noticable uptick in the past few years and we anticipate that to continue. Sunnyside residents have great pride and love for its diverse and eclectic vibe.
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Homes for Sale in TableRock, Golden

The TableRock neighborhood is a slice of Colorado heaven.  The 270 home neighborhood is 3 miles north of downtown Golden, a fantastic location for those looking for close proximity to Denver, the benefits of a suburb, and easy access to the mountains.  TableRock is home to many families, you'll often find countless kids riding bikes on paved trails and playing with friends in open spaces.  All homes have mountain views and are walkable to North Table Mountain's fantastic trails where many residents walk, run and mountain bike regularly.  The sense of community is very strong due to both HOA and individually sponsored events, including the July 4th Parade & Pool Party, Annual Chili Cook-off, block parties & more.    BE THE FIRST TO KNOW: As residents and experts here in TableRock, we often hear of homes in this highly sought-after community before they list. Contact us to be the first to know!
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Homes for Sale in The Highlands

Highlands is one of the premier neighborhoods in NW Denver, offering a charmed life in the city. The style of home ranges from newly constructed custom homes to Queen Anne Victorian houses and the classic Denver Brick Bungalow. In the last few years, the town center has added much flare to the Highlands neighborhood with the addition of restaurants like Pizza Locale, Prost, Matador and SushiHai. Stroll along this small 3-block town center and find boutique stores and treats for the the caffeine addicts and the wine connoisseurs.
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Homes for Sale in University Park & Observatory Park

The University Park and Observatory Park area boasts an established, beautiful neighborhood with upscale homes, gorgeous tall trees and several parks. To top that off, the University of Denver campus, is right next door. The DU campus is filled with beautiful architecture and offers nearby residents a sense of local pride as well as countless restaurants and shops. Homes in the University Park and Observatory Park area have evolved in the last decade. While the area still offers architecturally stunning original homes, many of the small houses in this neighborhood have been scraped and large new construction luxury homes have taken their place. These new homes bring the average home price higher than most of Denver, but ask any local resident and they'll tell you it's well worth it.
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Homes for Sale in Washington Park

A longtime Denver favorite, the Wash Park neighborhood lives up to its reputation.  Gorgeous historic and new construction homes intermingle along the tree-lined streets where you'll see residents out gardening, walking their dog or running with a stroller. With easy access to the highway, locally owned shops and restaurants sprinkled throughout, and a fantastic park, it's easy to see why East and West Wash Park are highly coveted neighborhoods. The 161-acre park is easily one of the cities most well-used and well-loved green spaces, attracting serious and casual athletes who avail themselves to the 2.6 mile loop, pick-up volleyball games, tennis tournaments and a paved bike path. Non-athletes carry equal love for this city gem while walking in the beautiful gardens, reading a book next to one of the lakes and relaxing near the historic pavilion.
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Homes for Sale in Wellshire

Large lots, great schools, beautiful homes...there's a lot to love about this SE Denver neighborhood. Comprised primarily of ranch-style homes from the WW II era, these well-kept homes sit along wide, tree-lined streets offering a quiet lifestyle with a strong community. The popular Wellshire Golf Club makes up over a quarter of this serene neighborhood. With its well-kept, 18-hole regulation course, most are surprised to discover that it's a public club. One of the most attractive aspects to this neighborhood is its K-8 school, Slavens, which is one of the highest ranking schools in Denver. While there are a handful of new construction homes in Wellshire, the options are somewhat limited. Buyers looking for new homes usually turn to nearby Observatory Park or Harvard Gulch.
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