Denver

Welcome to Denver

Scenic capital of Colorado — featuring breathtaking vistas, cozy suburbs, and ample outdoor recreation
 
Nestled in northern Colorado, Denver — and its neighboring towns — provide an unparalleled quality of life for residents. Encompassing over a dozen communities within a 25-minute drive of downtown, the area features an eclectic range of home styles, amenities, conveniences, and more. Explore the characteristics of select Denver neighborhoods to find the right fit for your needs.
 

Wellshire

Tree-lined, family-focused, and heavily suburban, the Wellshire community boasts an array of amenities. Home to a renowned K-8 school, hidden from the noise of the highway, and bordered by Denver’s Wellshire Golf Course, the area is quaint and relatively undisturbed.
 

Park Hill

Founded in 1887, Park Hill’s one-of-a-kind architecture makes exploring the area an adventure in itself. Situated between Colfax & Martin Luther King Blvd — just to the east of City Park — traveling to and from downtown Denver (even by bicycle) is a breeze. This neighborhood consists mostly of single-family residences, and borders attractions such as the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and City Park Golf Course.
 

University Hills

Seeking an amazing value for your budget? Bordering I-25 (just west of Hampden), this neighborhood is one of the most sought-after in all of Denver. Located in a central spot, University Hills also has its own shopping complex, collection of restaurants, and Mamie D. Eisenhower Park (which is across the road from Wellshire Golf Course).
 

City Park

Occupied almost entirely by the park that shares its name, City Park is a wonderful neighborhood — especially for families. Regarded as Denver’s Central Park, and the epicenter of all neighboring “downtown” communities, anyone could easily fall in love with the area. Walk to City Park to enjoy Ferril Lake, multiple playgrounds, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, tennis courts, the ​​Denver Zoo, and more.
 

Littleton

Located just 20 minutes from downtown Denver, Littleton is brimming with charm and beauty. The main features of this community include its historic, turn-of-the-century buildings, antique shops, creative restaurants, craft breweries, and sprawling parks. Connected to the South Platte Trail system, Littleton is a marvelous place for those who like to stay active outdoors.
 

Greenwood Village

Once serving as a farm town, Greenwood Village now functions as a sprawling urban-suburban hybrid. The community features marvelous schooling options, several parks (including the ultra-spacious Cherry Creek State Park), a diverse array of restaurants, and quick access to Interstate 25.
 

Southeast Aurora

In Southeast Aurora, the suburbs meet the prairie. Sitting along the border of a vast expanse of rural land that is used by ranches, and by outdoor recreation organizations, locals have the perfect landscape to enjoy the outdoors at the Aurora Reservoir. Nearby, The Southlands, Colorado’s largest lifestyle district, is home to a fabulous shopping and dining scene.
 

Centennial

Centennial is a top-tier place to live and a family-friendly neighborhood that features two of Colorado’s highest-ranking school districts — Littleton Public Schools and Cherry Creek School District. 
The area is also populated by an abundance of green spaces, including the Willow Spring Open Space and Cherry Creek Valley Ecological Park.
 
 

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