5280 Magazine recently profiled several Denver neighborhoods and the distinct appeal of each one. No matter what you are looking for in a residence, Denver’s many neighborhoods are sure to offer you exactly what you want and more. It is one of the few cities where each area offers a true sense of community.
The East Washington Park area has some of the nicest homes in Denver, but it also contains high amounts of foot, bike, and car traffic. Buying a home near Washington Park will give you convenient access to all sorts of activities, as well as Old South Gaylord, which has plenty of shopping and dining options.
The Five Points and Curtis Park neighborhood is home to a wonderful mix of culture along with properties that look like they are straight out of San Francisco. Many people believe this will be the next hot Denver neighborhood as real estate development spreads north and east of the city. It is also one of the only parts of town to see an increase in sales value over the last year.
Alamo Placita is closer to downtown than Washington Park and has lower home prices. The collection of bungalows, apartments, and condos is a short walk from Governor’s Park and the growing number of business on Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
For other notable neighborhoods, please see the 5280 article. If you would like to learn more about each Denver neighborhood and which one is the perfect for you, give me a call at 888-860-1931.
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