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Here are a few of the many neighborhoods that the Denver Estates Team specializes in.



Winding streets meander through mature landscaping and casually elegant homes in this urban enclave. Many of the homes in this neighborhood date from the 1930s and 1940s but there are newer homes mixed in as well. The neighborhood's business district includes the iconic Bonnie Brae Ice Cream Parlor, a wine shop and several restaurants. To the north, Belcaro takes its name from the mansion built by Lawrence Phipps, a U.S. Senator who represented Colorado from 1919-1931. Phipps, who developed much of the area named his home 'Belcaro' but today it is more commonly known as the Phipps Mansion. This area has many ranch-style homes on large lots. The Polo Grounds, a large gated community, is located in the northern part of the neighborhood.

Population: 4,215

Walk Score: 68

Transit Score: 42

Bike Score: 69



Cherry Hills Village is one of Denver's most prestigious neighborhoods. The stunning multi-million-dollar homes are set on sprawling lots in an exclusive community with no commercial zoning. Extensive trail systems connect residents to parks, schools and neighbors. There are also two esteemed country clubs: Cherry Hills which has hosted many PGA Championships; and the newer Glenmoore Country Club.

Population: 6,423

Walk Score: 15



This residential enclave features something for everyone. From stately mansions, to newly built homes and modest ranches. There is easy access to Cherry Creek, Bonnie Brae and Old South Gaylord. Washington Park is close by, with miles of recreational trails, lakes and tennis courts. Everything else you need can be found along Colorado Boulevard which is just east of the neighborhood.

Population: 3,896

Walk Score: 60

Transit Score: 45

Bike Score: 55



Denver's most famous architects designed many of the palatial homes in this exclusive neighborhood abutting Cherry Creek. Often featured on home tours, this neighborhood has some of the finest examples of the Denver Square, Gothic, Colonial, Mediterranean and other early 20th century eclectic revival styles. It's just across the street from the Denver Country Club which offers golf, tennis and swimming. With close proximity to the Cherry Creek bike path, the Denver-metro area is just a bike ride away.

Population: 3,003

Walk Score: 77

Transit Score: 46

Bike Score: 93



The adage 'retail follows rooftops' proves to be true in the case of downtown Denver. The neighborhood's first grocery store - King Soopers - opened about two years ago, and a 56,000 sq ft Whole Foods Market is now open near Union Station. Retailers like H&M, Uniqulo, Sephora and Target have found downtown to be a good location, and with nearly 700restaurants, bars and coffee shops,, residents can choose from a variety of cuisines and atmospheres. Downtown is home to the Denver performing arts complex, sporting venues and historic streets. Denver's Union Station in Lower Downtown is the region's transportation hub, offering light rail, commuter rail and bus service to most of the region.

Population: 15,382

Walk Score: 89

Transit Score: 83

Bike Score: 93



Commonly referred to as Wash Park, this upscale area gets its name from the 161-acre park that is the focal point of the neighborhood. The park's lakes, gardens, tennis courts and trail provide plenty recreational opportunities. Just six blocks east of the park is Denver's second-oldest shopping district - Old South Gaylord where you can enjoy local dining, galleries and shops.

Population: 6,915

Walk Score: 64

Transit Score: 43

Bike Score: 78

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