Posts Tagged ‘Denver Neighborhoods’

The neighborhoods surrounding Washington Park include Wash Park, West Wash Park, Bonnie Brae, Belcaro, and Polo Club. They are served by three small commercial/retail areas right in the neighborhood – the Shops along University Boulevard, the Old South Gaylord street shops and the shops and restaurants at the intersection of Alameda and Downing.


“Carla was a dream to work with. She was patient when I really needed patience, and she never pressured me, but she was always available when I was ready to move forward and encouraging when I was engaged. She understood my needs and wants in a home pretty much immediately, and I am so happy to have worked with her. I hope my connection with Carla continues and develops into a friendship…”


“When we finally got an offer, you handled all the details so I didn’t worry about anything. You gave me the options and your opinions when I asked but you did not push me into anything and supported the decisions I made. It made for an easy closing. Throughout the entire process, from listing to final sale, you were always available and so positive.”


The homes in University Park are very diverse. Over the last year, the least expensive home was $200,000 while the most expensive home was $1.4 million. During the same time period, the average home price was $693,000 and the median price was $765,000. University Park is quickly becoming a luxury neighborhood as older homes are razed in favor of brand new, larger, more expensive homes.


Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals’ Realtor Corrie Lee tells us all about Denver Colorado’s Congress Park neighborhood including information on its History (like, did you know much of it was a Pioneer graveyard?), Schools, Boundaries, Real Estate and Local Amenities.


Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals’ Realtor Cindy Webb tells us all about Denver Colorado’s Cherry Hills Village community including information on its History, Schools, Boundaries, and Local Amenities.


Berkeley seems to be poised to be the next neighborhood in North Denver to make great strides in growth and popularity in the next several years. With its close proximity to such neighborhoods as the Highlands and Sloan’s Lake, a 4.1 mile drive to The Market on Larimer Square, or an easy access to both the I-25 and I-70 corridors puts Berkeley in the perfect spot for being brought into the limelight.


Perry & Co. Broker Associate Nicole Ridley could write a book about Bow Mar. …212 homes on predominately one acre sites, ranch style homes, mature landscaping. The community is a little bit of a throw-back – kids outside playing, neighbors genuinely care about each other and help out during times of need, neighbors are an extended family. Our community revolves around the lake… now that it’s winter the lake has frozen and we ice skate in the cove, hockey games seem to be going on early in the am and late into the night. In summer, the lake is a flurry of activity with lifeguards from Memorial Day to Labor Day sun up to sun down. Children swim in the lake, jump off docks and play for hours on the water tramp. Adults love to “swim the bouys” for exercise – it’s a mile in circumference. Concerts and events are organized throughout the year. Pretty idyllic…


Central City Opera House Association kick’s off the holiday season with their 33rd Annual L’Esprit de Noel 2009 Holiday Home Tour and Gift Boutique, November 20-22nd.


Denver’s Perry & Co. Real Estate Professionals was one of 9 retail sponsors of Colorado Homes and Lifestyle’s 3rd Annual Cherry Creek North Wine Crawl on Thursday evening, August 20, 2009 benefitting The Kempe Foundation for the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.