Belcaro Park is a beautiful Denver neighborhood created in the 1940’s that is distinguished by its park-like setting. Tall spruce trees, along with many other magnificent specimens, create an expansive tree canopy in this unique enclave comprised of 193 homes. Large lots, expansive front yards and generous setbacks are also unique characteristics of the Belcaro Park setting.
Bonnie Brae homes range from charming little Cape Cods and tidy brick ranges to larger two-story brick and fame homes and English Tudors. Walking distance to charming restaurants and boutiques. Neighborhoods nearby are Belcaro, Washington Park and Corey Merrill.
Cherry Creek North is the premier outdoor retail and dining destination with an impressive collection of art galleries, independently owned boutiques, international fashion brands and luxury hotel options. The neighborhood is also home to Cherry Creek Shopping Center, the Rocky Mountain’s upscale retail destination, featuring 160 stores, 40 of which are exclusive to this area. Charming and distinctive are qualities to describe this beautiful neighborhood.
For the peaceful feel of a residential block and all the convenient perks of urban living, Cory-Merrill, just south of Bonnie Brae, is a perfect choice. Positioned between Mississippi Ave., I-25, University and Colorado, this neighborhood is full of large lots with original Tudors, bungalows and small ranch style homes.
The neighborhood surrounding the University of the University of Denver Its residents enjoy all the advantages of the adjacent campus from performances at the Newman Center and sporting events at Magness Arena, to the state of the art Coors Fitness Center. Housing include apartments, high rises, duplexes and new residential “infill”.. Along Evans and Colorado, residents can choose from a large number of restaurants, shops and services. Proximity to I-25 and the light rail station make commuting easy.
University Park/Observatory Park
Named for the Romanesque Chamberlin Observatory, Observatory Park is has sport fields and tennis courts, a playground and picnic areas. Due east of the Denver University campus, the neighborhood is highly residential with great access to I-25 and two light rail stations. Along Colorado and University Boulevard you’ll find movie theaters, organic markets, and restaurants. The DU campus provides opportunities for performances at the Newman Center and tremendous college sports venues.
Part of the original Town of South Denver, shady streets are lined with Victorians, Denver Squares, and bungalows as well as new duplexes, row homes and some condos. Old South Pearl Street is the charming neighborhood business district where residents stroll to coffee shops, bakeries, restaurants, shops and a farmers market on summer Sundays. The University of Denver is a five minute minutes to the east. Access via I-25 and light rail makes getting to downtown and the Denver Tech Center easy.
Rosedale surrounds the 57 acre Harvard Gulch Park with its par 3 nine hole golf course, recreation center, outdoor pool, playgrounds, sports fields, community gardens and walking trails with phenomenal views. Adjacent to Harvard Gulch Park is the campus of Porter Adventist Hospital.
Homes in the area consist of some early 1900’s Victorians, 1920’s bungalows, 40’s Tudors, 50’s ranches and new construction. The area is mostly single family with some duplexes and multi-family mixed in. The area enjoys fabulous access to restaurants, shopping and services on its Broadway border and on Old South Pearl Street just blocks away. To the east is the University of Denver with its performing arts and athletic events.
Washington Park itself has two lakes, two formal flower gardens, tree-lined paths and seemingly endless expanses of green grass. It’s a fitness mecca for Denverites, and on any given day you’re likely to spot people walking their dogs, running, biking, paddle boating or doing yoga. Visit Old South Gaylord where you can experience local restaurants, galleries and shops. Year-round Washington Park is filled with runners, bike riders, walkers and many, many more. The historic boathouse, picnic areas and gardens can be reserved for private events. The neighborhood surrounding the park is divided into two parts, East Wash Park and West Wash Park.
Comprised of post World War II brick and frame ranch style homes on sprawling lots along winding streets, Southern Hills / Wellshire Neighborhood offers its residents a quiet lifestyle with a strong sense of community
Toward the Southeast you will find the ever popular Wellshire Golf Club, a public, 18-hole, regulation course, and the Wellshire Inn. Easy access to Colorado Boulevard for shopping and entertainment.