Curtis Park

Curtis Park was developed in the 1860s as a fashionable residential suburb north of Downtown Denver. Today, Curtis Park remains one of the city’s most accessible neighborhoods to Downtown and is home to three designated historic districts. It is characterized by its tree-lined streets, its broad range of housing types, and its social, economic and ethnic diversity. Curtis Park’s housing mix is wide ranging including single story duplexes, nostalgic Victorians, flat-roofed row houses and more.

Current Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.9M
Lowest Price $550K
Highest Price $6.8M
Total Listings 10
Avg. Price/SQFT $521

Property Types (active listings)

Listings in Denver's Curtis Park Neighborhood

More about Denver’s Curtis Park Neighborhood

Style of Homes for Sale in Curtis Park: The style of homes in Curtis Park are just as diverse as its residences.  There are many modest single story homes among Victorian Mansions, Denver Squares and Queen Anne-style homes throughout the neighborhood.  Of late, there are many new luxury condo projects being developed in the neighborhood that provides a modern feel with pronounced historic roots.  As much of Curtis Park is deemed a Landmark District by The City of Denver, the stretch of gorgeous late 19th century homes from Park Ave. West to Downing St. is nearly all protected.

Things to Do in Denver's Curtis Park Neighborhood:

  • Mestizo-Curtis Park - The neighborhood's namesake and Denver’s first city park provides a beautiful area for recreation and relaxation.  The park offers many amenities including tennis and basketball courts, a pool, fields and playgrounds.  
  • Cultural and Volunteering Experiences - Curtis Park features many cultural amenities and opportunities to support the surrounding communities, including the Black American West Museum, Roundtree Art Center, The Women’s Bean Project, and the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble studios.
  • Nightlife and Restaurants - The proximity to Downtown Denver provides access to a vibrant and ecstatic nightlife.  Surrounded by spectacular restaurants, Denver’s famous breweries and bars, most residents enjoy their Friday nights close to home.  

Boundaries: The Boundaries for Denver’s Curtis Park Neighborhood are North Downing Street, California Street, Park Avenue West and Larimer Street.  

Neighborhoods Similar to Curtis Park: Five PointsUptown, Ballpark, Whittier

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