You’ll be right at home in: Congress Park
Just three miles east of Downtown Denver, Congress Park is a sought after location due to its accessibility, namesake park and beautiful array of housing types. Within walking distance to Denver’s Botanic Gardens and many small businesses sprinkled throughout the area, residents here love the quaint community feel.
Bike lanes leading into the heart of the city plus numerous bus stops make commuting to and from Congress Park easy. The park contains many tennis and pickleball courts, several athletic fields, a children’s playground, a picnic pavilion, and one of Denver’s public outdoor swimming pools making the area a haven for those seeking an active lifestyle. A large portion of the neighborhood runs along 7th Avenue which is one of Denver’s largest historic districts, the 7th Avenue Historic District.
Home Sweet Home
Congress Park has wonderful old homes of strength and character, from big Denver Squares to stately Victorians to sturdy brick bungalows. Along historic 7th Avenue Parkway, you’ll find an array of mansions with architectural styles ranging from Mission to Dutch Colonial and Mediterranean to Victorian. The average home price in this neighborhood is just under $700,000. For a complete and up-to-date look at the current market data of Congress Park, including average price per square foot, average days on market and number of homes sold in the past few months, click .
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