Posts Tagged ‘Denver Neighborhoods’

Perry & Co. Broker Associate Mary Sullivan-Ridge has her GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) & EcoBroker Realtor designations.


Perry & Co. Broker Associate Courtney Ranson said, “My knowledge of living, working and playing in Denver allows me to provide up-to-date information about what is going on in the different Central Denver neighborhoods. Re-doing an old home, and living in an old home, I come from a different perspective and am able to educate buyers on the nuances of living in an older home.”


As you head west on Littleton Platte River trail you will come across Historic Downtown Littleton. Take a rest, find some shade, or stroll down Main Street; there are plenty of shops and restaurants to fill up your afternoon.


1040 South Josephine St. in Bonnie Brae is located just a stone’s throw away from the shops on Old South Gaylord, Washington Park, Cherry Creek, and being just minutes to Downtown is what makes this neighborhood the ultimate Central Denver Neighborhood!


146 RESIDENCES, 142 YEARS OF HISTORY
In 1867, Leander A. Williams purchased from the Unites States government on January 22, 1867, 160 acres, N E 1/4, Section 13, Township 4 S, Range 68 W. Mr. Williams paid $1.25 an acre, or a total of $200.00.


In celebration of Arbor Day and Earth Day, Claire Averill of Perry & Co. continues her program to give away trees to 4th grade students in two public elementary schools in the Cherry Creek school district.


If you take the time to drive (or walk) through the Berkeley Park Neighborhood, you’ll find an amazing new duplex located at 4425/4427 Stuart Street, just one block from the main street of Tennyson. These new homes will be completed in the Summer of 2009, just in time to…