Growing up in Southeast Denver, these vibrant communities are close to my heart, and I love selling real estate here! I would love to introduce you to the neighborhoods that raised me & so many other native Denverites.
Beautiful, wide-open spaces and two lakes dominate the landscape, and an indoor pool and gym facilities at recently renovated rec center are just some of the recreational opportunities available. Tennis courts (on both sides of the south lake), a massive playground and jogging paths provide additional diversions. It’s a fantasy-land for in-line skaters and bicyclists as well as gardening enthusiasts – the park’s colorful flower beds along Downing Street are some of Wash Park’s best summer features.
The neighborhood surrounding the University of Denver bustles with students, coffeehouses, fast-casual restaurants and bars. Just east of University Boulevard, 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 new single family homes provide an eclectic mix.
One of my favorite sales in the last year was in this charming neighborhood that features a mix of old and new architecture, huge trees, walkability, and of course... Observatory Park!
University Hills is a super interesting neighborhood. It features classic ranch homes that have been made fresh and new, brand new builds, mid-century modern homes with a touch of funk, and some homes that have never been changed but have great pride of ownership. It also has some opportunities for those looking for sweat equity. Eisenhower Park is a major feature with gorgeous trees and a friendly rec center and pool. And the Highline Canal wanders through this neighborhood... one of Denver's favorite recreational trails that goes throughout our great city.
Washington Park/DU/University/Observatory Properties
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