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Athmar Park

Bounded by Federal Blvd, Alameda Ave, Mississippi Ave and South Santa Fe Drive, Athmar Park is a solid working-class neighborhood enjoying a quiet redevelopment, including the newly revitalized Alameda Square shopping center. The wide residential streets surrounding Huston Lake Park are filled with mid-century homes, and are just a few minutes from downtown. Some of Denver's best Asian restaurants, including the T-Wa Inn, King's Land, and Super Star Asian, draw fans from all over the city.

Athmar Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 16
Average Listing Price: $387,296
Highest Listing Price: $1,700,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,350

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Baker

One of Denver's oldest neighborhoods, Baker has seen many a heyday and revival. Victorian homes stand alongside funky old bungalows, freshly remodeled duplexes and newer condo complexes. Home to many artists & professionals, young families and hip singles, Baker is bounded by Broadway, Mississippi, 6th Ave & the South Platte River. The Mayan Theatre and Blue Bonnet restaurant are local landmarks. Nightspots, galleries, coffee houses and independent shops punctuate this hoppin' neighborhood.

The Baker neighborhood is a diverse, dynamic neighborhood located in the urban core of Denver, Colorado. First plotted and developed in the 1870s, Baker has played a central role in the history of Denver. Today Baker enjoys a number of qualities and characteristics that make it a vibrant urban neighborhood including a diverse urban population, preserved historic homes, proximity to Broadway’s Main Street development which promises diverse shopping, casual and fine dining, and an array of entertainment, as well as access to mass transit.

Baker Market Activity

Total Listings: 14
Average Price: $559,679
Highest Listing Price: $2,100,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,700

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Belcaro

"Belcaro" means "beautiful beloved" in Italian. One of the upscale "fashionable" neighborhoods in central Denver, Belcaro is bounded by University & Colorado Blvd, Mississippi Ave and Cherry Creek Drive. Close to Cherry Creek shopping and a few minutes from downtown. it's expansive lots boast mansions, '60s ranch-style houses, and new custom homes. Tree-lined streets and immaculate yards add to the quiet charm. Many shops & restaurants in Bonnie Brae and on Old South Gaylord serve residents.

Belcaro Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 48
Average Listing Price: $1,241,459
Highest Listing Price: $4,995,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,900

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Berkeley

The Berkeley neighborhood, bounded by 38th Ave, I-70, Federal and Sheridan, is anchored by Tennyson Street, lined with some of Denver's most popular restaurants and galleries. Two dramatic parks with lakes provide lots of open space and greenery. Convenient access to I-70 makes for easy access to downtown or the mountains. An eclectic mix of homes, from brick bungalows to simple cottages to new townhomes, make this neighborhood come alive with more than a hint of artistic, funky character.

Berkeley Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 41
Average Listing Price: $636,795
Highest Listing Price: $1,450,000
Lowest Listing Price: $183,000

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Bonnie Brae

Located east of University Ave between Mississippi and Exposition Avenues, Steele St and University Blvd, Bonnie Brae was developed in the 20s, and is home to one of urban Denver's most vibrant neighborhood commercial districts. The neighborhood's unusual street patterns don't follow the typical city street grid, and its winding streets surround an elliptical-shaped park. Its a serene residential enclave, and it's beautiful homes, mostly built in the 30s and 40s, line the quiet streets.

Bonnie Brae Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 12
Average Sales Price: $1,162,292
Highest Listing Price: $2,595,000
Lowest Listing Price: $6,500

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Capitol Hill/Speer

High-rises, stately mansions and condo conversions make Capitol Hill/Speer one of the most densely populated and active neighborhoods in Denver. Bounded by Colfax, Broadway, 6th Avenue & Downing, this pedestrian-friendly neighborhood features homes at every price as well as grocery stores, restaurants, shops, coffee shops, music venues, and nine designated historic districts. Cheesman Park and Civic Center are close by, as is the gold-domed Colorado State Capitol, which gives the area its name.

Capitol Hill/Speer Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 51
Average Listing Price: $735,349
Highest Listing Price: $5,300,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,025

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City Park/City Park West

Denver's City Park neighborhood sits next to Denver's premier cultural amenities including the Denver Zoo, and the Museum of Nature and Science, and a quick jaunt to downtown Denver. Bounded by 26th Avenue, Colfax, Colorado and Downing, this historic area is named for the expansive, 320-acre park that provides the "postcard view" of Denver's skyline against a mountain backdrop. Some families have lived here for generations, and the area's varied architecture reflects its rich history.

City Park/City Park West Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 30
Average Listing Price: $656,312
Highest Listing Price: $4,000,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,100

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Chaffee Park

Resurgent neighborhood Chaffee Park attracts many who want a home convenient to downtown and popular HIghlands. Bounded by 38th & 50th Aves, Inca & Tejon Streets, this area features charming older homes with plenty of room for gardens & lawns. Close proximity to I-25 & I-70 make Chaffee Park accessible too. A mix of historic Latino and Italian influences give this neighborhood its distinctive character. Chaffee Park hosts the popular Sunnyside Music Festival featuring cutting-edge local talent.

Chaffee Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 15
Average Listing Price: $407,140
Highest Listing Price: $635,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,500

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Cheesman Park

Cheesman Park attracts a diverse blend of residents, runners, dog-walkers, gay-friendly folks, apartment renters and mansion dwellers. Bounded by Josephine, Colfax, 8th Avenue and Corona, this neighborhood offers high-rise living with breathtaking views. Mature trees shade Cheesman Park's historic homes and condos, adding a sense of timelessness to the area. Coffeehouses, bars, boutiques and restaurants cater to a broad range of tastes. The Denver Botanic Gardens hosts popular summer concerts.

Cheesman Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 15
Average Listing Price: $798,540
Highest Listing Price: $3,775,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,500

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Cherry Creek

People flock to the fashionable salons, boutiques, art galleries and cafes of Cherry Creek. Bounded by Colorado Blvd, University, 6th Ave and Cherry Creek Drive, this neighborhood is a luxury enclave featuring upscale new townhomes and mansion-like remodeled bungalows. It's a pedestrian-friendly place to see and be seen, and features popular bars and restaurants. Residents love the adjacent 22-mile Cherry Creek recreational path, world-class shopping and the annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival.

Cherry Creek Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 98
Average Listing Price: $1,163,125
Highest Listing Price: $12,750,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,250

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Congress Park

Architectural variety gives Congress Park an air of eclectic charm. Bounded by Colorado Blvd, Colfax, York and 6th Avenue, the neighborhood features easy access to Cherry Creek and downtown, and is within walking distance of public amenities including a park, playground and swimming pool. Homes along Seventh Avenue Parkway, in particular, are beautifully maintained and much sought after. This primarily residential neighborhood features a scattering of retail areas with cozy shops & eateries.

Congress Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 28
Average Listing Price: $697,607
Highest Listing Price: $1,575,000
Lowest Listing Price: $195,000

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Cory-Merrill

The residential enclave of Cory-Merrill features large lots and stately, remodeled homes, like a serene suburban neighborhood. Bounded by Mississippi, I-25, University and Colorado, Cory-Merrill is offers lush and quiet living not far from downtown. Nearby Washington Park provides miles of recreational paths, lakes and gardens. Residents have easy access to attractions in Cherry Creek, and are close to the charming shops and restaurants of Bonnie Brae and Old South Gaylord.

Cory Merrill Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 32
Average Listing Price: $838,698
Highest Listing Price: $1,550,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,950

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Country Club

The palatial homes neighboring the Denver Country Club bespeak the area's history of elegance and exclusivity. Bounded by 6th Ave, 1st, York and Downing, the Country Club neighborhood features architectural gems created for some of the city's most prestigious families. Politicians, socialites, and successful entrepreneurs have felt at home in this stunningly beautiful and clubby atmosphere. Country Club is close to Cherry Creek and Wash Park, and Speer Boulevard provides easy access to downtown.

Country Club Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 15
Average Listing Price: $2,049,303
Highest Listing Price: $7,660,000
Lowest Listing Price: $3,750

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Curtis Park/Five Points

Founded in the 1860s as one of Denver's first suburbs, Five Points is a busy retail, restaurant and services corridor, bounded by Park Ave, Downing & Arapahoe, and 20th Ave. The area has some of the oldest turn-of-the-century homes in the city, is conveniently linked by RTD's light rail, and includes restaurants, cafes, & retailers. Attractions include the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library. Historic Curtis Park is diverse neighborhood and is enjoying an on-going renewal.

Curtis Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 18
Average Listing Price: $539,505
Highest Listing Price: $850,000
Lowest Listing Price: $147,900

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Downtown Denver

Downtown Denver offers a lively mix of business, arts, entertainment, recreation, dining and shopping in the area bounded by Broadway, Colfax, Speer Blvd, Larimer & Park Ave. Museums, shopping, parks, theatre, sports & concerts are within walking distance, as is the Auraria College Campus. And ample public transportation makes it possible to live here without a car. Your home here can be a re-envisoned office building converted to a loft-style condos, or a high-rise offering spectacular views.

Downtown Denver Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 55
Average Listing Price: $553,362
Highest Listing Price: $1,950,000
Lowest Listing Price: $975

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Golden Triangle

Denver's Golden Triangle offers easy access to Civic Center Park and its many institutions, including city government, the Denver Art Museum and Central Library. Bounded by Colfax, Speer and Broadway, the neighborhood's new luxury condominium and loft developments have transformed Golden Triangle into a vibrant multi-use area featuring hip restaurants, art galleries, & small offices. Golden Triangle residents have quick access to the Cherry Creek path, and the 16th Street Mall is minutes away.

Golden Triangle Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 20
Average Listing Price: $471,793
Highest Listing Price: $1,055,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,250

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Hampden

Hampden, along with adjacent Hampden South and Southmoor Park, sits along the most southern boundary of the city of Denver. Largely built in the '60s and '70s, these suburban-like hamlets are bounded by Yale Ave, Havana Street, I-225 & just west of I-25. Sprawling ranch homes on large lots sit along pretty winding streets. Hampden Avenue serves as the area's business district, with a huge variety of retail, entertainment & eateries. Bible Park is the epicenter of outdoor recreation in the area.

Hampden Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 83
Average Listing Price: $486,421
Highest Listing Price: $3,395,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,700

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Harvey Park

The Harvey Park neighborhood, located in southwest Denver, is bounded by South Sheridan, Hampden, Lowell, and Jewell. Built in the 1950's, it's known for its selection of some of Denver's best, and most affordable, mid-century modern architecture. Cliff May-style California Contemporary homes fill the neighborhoods' quiet, suburban-like streets. Enthusiasts are moving to the area, and renovating the homes to their former glory. Harvey Park and Lake are nearby, and retail options are close-by

Harvey Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 24
Average Listing Price: $370,800
Highest Listing Price: $635,000
Lowest Listing Price: $290,000

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Highland/West Highland

Highland has a rich ethnic history; the influence of Italian & Mexican immigrants can be seen in the neighborhood's businesses, shops and churches. Bounded by Sheridan, 38th Ave, Zuni, 23rd Ave & Lowell. HIghland is enjoying a resurgence, and has become one of Denver's hottest areas. New lofts and renovated bungalows attract residents & urban families who appreciate its pleasant streets, local businesses & central location. Highland Square is its epicenter, with many hip shops & restaurants.

Highlands Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 60
Average Listing Price: $792,243
Highest Listing Price: $7,360,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,200

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Hilltop

Spacious, stylish homes line the immaculate streets of Hilltop. Bounded by Colorado Boulevard, 6th Avenue, Alameda and Monaco, Hilltop is one of Denver's "status-symbol" neighborhoods, with a nice mix of grand old homes & new classics. Cranmer Park is at the center of it all, offering 23 acres of open space and playing fields. Excellent schools and wide, safe streets attract families and residents who appreciate Hilltop's above-it-all location and easy access to groceries, shops and restaurants.

Hilltop Current Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 52
Average Listing Price: $1,512,752
Highest Listing Price: $3,475,000
Lowest Listing Price: $50,000

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Jefferson Park

Jefferson Park is named for the 6.7-acre park located on W 23rd Ave & Clay St, in the heart of the neighborhood. Bounded by I-25, Speer, Federal & 20th Ave, Jefferson Park offers quick access to I-25 & downtown, & attractions such as Mile High Stadium, Children's Museum, Denver's Aquarium & more. With striking views of the city, Jefferson Park offers great value in an area now in the throws of renewal and revitalization. New townhomes & condos are popping up, and renovated homes are all around.

Jefferson Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 39
Average Listing Price: $641,108
Highest Listing Price: $3,950,000
Lowest Listing Price: $4,000

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Krisana Park

Krisana Park and its sister neighborhood Lynwood is a local goldmine of mid-century homes. These Joseph Eichler-like California contemporaries and were built in the '50s, and sit in an area bounded by Bounded by Louisiana, Dahlia, Florida and Holly. Many of these architectural gems are renovated, and the pride of ownership shows. Residents love the central location, close to Cherry Creek and great shopping and restaurants, and equally convenient to the downtown and Tech Center.

Krisana Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 2
Average Listing Price: $469,450
Highest Listing Price: $599,000
Lowest Listing Price: $339,900

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LoDo/Ballpark

Denver's LoDo & Ballpark neighborhoods are great walkable homes for residents to explore. Bounded by Larimer, Speer, Wewatta Street and 30th St, LoDo/Ballpark is a vibrant mix of older warehouses & industrial buildings renovated into offices, lofts and retail space, and stunning new townhomes. Galleries, bars & restaurants give the area an edgy but fashionable flair. Residents enjoy the huge, new Commons Park, as well as Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies. Summer brings open-air markets.

LoDo/Ballpark Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 135
Average Listing Price: $610,144
Highest Listing Price: $3,995,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,850

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LoHi

LoHi, is the eastern section of popular Highland. Bordered by West 38th Ave, I-25, Zuni Street St and Speer. It’s home to young singles, urban professionals and growing families, who enjoy the quiet streets and proximity to neighborhood galleries, coffee shops and some of the city's best eateries. This emerging area is home to exciting new modern architecture, which sit along side historic Victorian homes and brownstones. The Highland pedestrian bridge connects the 'hood to downtown' action.

LoHi Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 69
Average Listing Price: $721,723
Highest Listing Price: $1,500,000
Lowest Listing Price: $305,000

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Lowry

The Lowry neighborhood has reclaimed a former Air Force base and turned it into an oasis for family living. Lowry was built within the last decade, and its homeowner love it's suburban tone that's also very close to Denver's many attractions and amenities. Bounded by 11th, Alameda, Yosemite and Monaco Parkway, this well-planned community offers nearby restaurants, retail shops and grocery stores as well as open space, public art and a town center of its own. There's even a skating rink for kids.

Lowry Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 51
Average Listing Price: $761,371
Highest Listing Price: $1,795,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,200

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Montclair/Mayfair

The Montclair neighborhood is bordered by 6th Ave, Quebec St, Colorado Blvd and Colfax Ave. Mayfair, Its sister neighborhood to the west extends to Ash Street. The quiet neighborhoods were one of Denver's original suburbs, and has many large Victorian and Queen Anne homes on expansive lots, and was later filled in with bungalows, tudors and ranches. The central area of Montclair was one of Denver's first designated historic districts. Neighborhood restaurants and groceries are close by.

Montclair/Mayfair Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 57
Average Listing Price: $628,554
Highest Listing Price: $1,700,000
Lowest Listing Price: $99,750

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Park Hill

Park Hill, with its friendly neighbors, mature trees and lovely gardens, is a favorite for many who like to stroll and smell the roses. Bounded by Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Quebec, Colfax and Colorado, Park Hill features diverse homes ranging from mansions to modest bungalows. Charming retail shops & restaurants tucked along Park Hill's quiet streets are local favorites and, sometimes, well-kept secrets. Resdients love its close proximity to City Park, golf courses and downtown.

Park Hill Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 54
Average Listing Price: $635,326
Highest Listing Price: $1,900,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,000

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Platt Park

Developers have rediscovered Platt Park and are building new homes and duplexes that fit this area's energetic spirit. Bounded by Downing, Broadway, Evans and I-25, Platt Park is seeing many of its older homes remodeled for 21st century living. Schools and businesses cater to growing numbers of young families in the area. Old South Pearl Street's charming shops and restaurants draw people from all over the city, as do the antique shops on South Broadway. Platt Park features a popular park too.

Platt Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 14
Average Listing Price: $643,093
Highest Listing Price: $978,000
Lowest Listing Price: $350,000

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Regis

The Regis neighborhood, bounded by 52nd, I-70, Federal and Tennyson, is anchored by Regis University on one end, and Willis Case golf course on the other. Convenient access to I-70 is perfect for quick access to downtown or the mountains, and the popular Highlands & Berkeley neighborhoods, with great restaurants and shopping, are close by. Older brick homes, mature trees and an eclectic mix of students, families and singles make this an affordable neighborhood with a hint of artistic character.

Regis Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 9
Average Listing Price: $444,589
Highest Listing Price: $575,000
Lowest Listing Price: $267,500

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Sloan's Lake

The Sloan’s Lake neighborhood features a range of home styles and prices for those drawn to the city’s largest and most beautiful lake. Bounded by West 26th & West 13th Avenues, Federal and Sheridan, the neighborhood is an epicenter for urban renewal, with major redevelopment at the old St. Anthony’s site, along West Colfax and in the surrounding neighborhoods. Many new restaurants, breweries, housing, and a new Alamo Drafthouse theatre are coming within the next few years, and will join the new library a few blocks away. Residents enjoy easy access to light rail, and the three-mile bike-and-pedestrian path around the lake. Great shopping and restaurants are also close by in the popular Berkeley
& Highlands neighborhoods.

Sloan's Lake Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 68
Average Listing Price: $629,484
Highest Listing Price: $2,600,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,245

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Stapleton

Stapleton has transformed the site of Denver's old airport into a shiny, new neighborhood with loads of open space and trails. Bounded by Quebec, Havana, Montview and I-70, its new shopping and restaurants are conveniently located so residents don't need to leave the area. Still, they're close enough to downtown to make commuting a breeze. New lofts, townhouses, detached single-family homes and mini-mansions in a variety of architectural styles provide character in this family-friendly 'hood.

Stapleton Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 41
Average Listing Price: $537,965
Highest Listing Price: $1,588,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,600

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Sunnyside

Sunnyside is enjoying a recent revival as civic-minded citizens have moved in to this close-to-downtown neighborhood. Bounded by 38th, I-70, Tejon and Federal Boulevard, Sunnyside is a great spot for edgy urban dwellers as well as those looking for a convenient commute. It offers some great local restaurants including the popular Ernie's Bar and Buchi Cafe Cubano. A unique mix of affordable homes on larger-than-usual lots make still make Sunnyside a great value for first-time home buyers.

Sunnyside Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 15
Average Listing Price: $456,993
Highest Listing Price: $849,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,600

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University

The neighborhood surrounding the University of Denver bustles with students, coffeehouses, fast-casual restaurants and bars. Bounded by I-25, Dartmouth, University and Downing, the University neighborhood boasts a slew of amenities including access to sporting and cultural events at DU, convenient shopping and a multitude of recreational opportunities. A variety of homes, from small bungalows to mid-century ranches to grand estates around Observatory Park provide a eclectic mix in the 'hood.

University Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 49
Average Listing Price: $957,998
Highest Listing Price: $1,995,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,500

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Uptown

The Uptown neighborhood offers a mix of new condos and older brick row houses amid unique retail shops, restaurants and popular watering holes. Bounded by Broadway, Colfax, 23rd Ave, and York, the neighborhood is anchored by East 17th Avenue's "Restaurant Row." This city-wide destination offers some of Denver's best restaurants and clubs. Uptown also offers ease of accessibility to downtown's core, attracting young professionals and active singles who crave a truly urban environment.

Uptown Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 16
Average Listing Price: $355,431
Highest Listing Price: $1,600,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,950

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Virginia Village

Close to I-25, Virginia Village is a great neighborhood for commuters and families. Bounded by Mississippi, Evans, Cherry Creek South and Colorado Blvd, Virginia Village offers city residential living near the convenience of major retailers and restaurants on Colorado Boulevard. Homes in this area attract busy families and those who are drawn to the area's collection of California contemporary houses. And nearby Virginia Vale offers open space and access to the historic, landmark Four Mile Park.

Virginia Village Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 50
Average Listing Price: $433,176
Highest Listing Price: $1,400,000
Lowest Listing Price: $2,500

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Washington Park

Washington Park is one of Denver's favorite 'hoods, owing to its tree-lined streets and the fabulous, 161-acre park from which the area gets its name. Bounded by Alameda, Buchtel, University & Downing, Wash Park attracts residents who can afford the area's ever-expanding homes. The park's lakes, rec center, gardens, playgrounds and trails exceedingly popular for all Denverites. Popular restaurants along Alameda Avenue feeds residents, and I-25 and a light-rail station connects to the city.

Washington Park Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 110
Average Listing Price: $931,150
Highest Listing Price: $5,000,000
Lowest Listing Price: $1,700

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Whittier

Named after John Whittier, American poet and abolitionist, Denver's Whittier neighborhood features beautiful, historic homes in Victorian, Queen Anne and Denver Square styles. Bounded by Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., 23rd Ave, York & Downing, Whittier's historic charm and convenient location just northeast of downtown make it a popular neighborhood with hardworking families and singles. Connected to Denver with a light rail station, City Park is nearby, as well as popular Uptown neighborhood.

Whittier Market Activity

Total Active Listings: 25
Average Listing Price: $566,980
Highest Listing Price: $1,750,000
Lowest Listing Price: $274,900

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Northwest Denver

Berkeley
Chaffee Park
Highland/West Highland
Jefferson Park
LoHi
Regis
Sloan's Lake
Sunnyside

Northeast Denver

City Park/City Park West
Curtis Park/Five Points
Park Hill
Stapleton
Uptown
Whittier

Southeast Denver

Belcaro
Capitol Hill/Speer
Cheesman Park
Cherry Creek
Congress Park
Cory-Merrill
Country Club
Hampden
Hilltop
Krisana Park
Lowry
Montclair/Mayfair
Platt Park
University
Virginia Village
Washington Park

Southwest Denver

Athmar Park
Baker
Golden Triangle
Harvey Park

Downtown/City Center

Downtown
LoDo/Ballpark