Denver, Colorado has a plethora of amazing neighborhoods to live and explore. With options such as the hill top views of Ruby Hill to the classic Five Points homes or the clubs of historic LoDo. Below we'll be diving in for a deeper look so you can find where to look for your perfect home.
The highlands is just across the South Platte river has lots of restaurants and single family homes. It is considered a highly desirable area with plenty of things to do and houses the legendary Little Man ice cream and Linger restaurant with incredible rooftop views of the city.
Union station neighborhood is nestled in downtown Denver and is also part of the unofficial LoDo (Lower downtown historical district). It houses the main railroad terminal as well as plenty of nightlife so there will always be something to do.
Berkley is located in northwest Denver and has historic Tenneson street with lots of local shops. The neighborhood is urban suburban where you can have your privacy but still very easily walk able to parks, grocery stores or a local bite to eat. This neighborhood has easy access to downtown and can head up to Boulder.
Sloan’s lake neighborhood is urban suburban in west Denver. It has some of Denver’s best walking trails and beautiful views of the city. Bus lines head into the city and close by to many stores.
Hampton south is located in southeast Denver and has a suburban feel. The homes here have larger land plots giving plenty of room for children to play. It has very easy access to DTC and all of the main highways such as I-25, I-225 and 285 making going anywhere a quick drive away.
Denver International Airport is a neighborhood in northeast part of the city. It features an airport that can take you almost anywhere however mainly has commercial properties.
Cheeseman park neighborhood is located in central Denver with over 80 acres of parkland. This provides a great escape from city living. The Denver botanical gardens are also here that can make you feel like you have left Colorado. This is one of Denver’s oldest neighborhoods annexed by the city in 1883.
Wash park neighborhood is located just south of downtown and contains one of Denver’s largest parks often compared to Central park in NYC. It provides a plethora of activities from volleyball, tennis courts, a rec cent, playgrounds, bike trails and walking trails. This is one of Denver’s more upscale neighborhoods with very high prices for single family homes that have a verity of historical to modern appearances.
The ruby hill neighborhood is suburban just south of downtown. It provides excellent views overlooking south Denver and contains the Levitt Pavilion providing local shows.
Five points neighborhood is one of Denver’s oldest and is currently being massively redeveloped. The unofficial RINO district (River North Arts District) is here providing street murals, microbreweries and festivals so you will never be bored.