You’ll be right at home in: Park Hill
One of Denver's oldest neighborhoods, Park Hill is a grid of tree-lined streets with a diverse population of residents and a cozy, close-knit neighborly feel. Almost a century ago, City officials regularly distributed trees for Park Hill residents to plant knowing that the trees would increase the beauty of the area long into the future. Today, the tree-lined avenues of Park Hill are iconic, beautiful and frequented by pedestrians and cyclists alike.
It is not uncommon in the summer for residents to close streets for a few hours to throw block parties or host parades and socialize with neighbors as their kids jump in bounce castles. Park Hill's residents have access to some of Denver's finest cultural attractions and shopping. Within walking and biking distance is City Park, home to the highly regarded Museum of Nature and Science, Gates Planetarium, IMAX Theatre, Denver Zoo, and Municipal Golf Course. Just 10 minutes from Downtown, Cherry Creek, I-70 and I-25, Park Hill residents have the City at their fingertips and the neighborhood's close proximity to everything is a top selling point.
Home Sweet Home
Builders began developing Park Hill in the late 1800’s, representing Denver’s most diverse architectural mix, with single story ranch-style properties nestled next to multi-level Queen Annes and Tudors. The average home price is just under $650,000. For a complete and up-to-date look at the current market data of Park Hill, 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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