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Known for their health facilities and spacious lawns, these neighborhoods are centrally located quietly between Colorado Boulevard, Quebec, Colfax, and 6th Avenue. Mayfair, Montclair, and Hale are some of the most desirable places to live in the city because they provide residents quick and easy access to all of the Downtown Denver’s amenities.


These neighborhoods are some of Denver’s original suburbs, and feature many large Victorian and Queen Anne homes on large lots that were later filled in with Bungalows, Tudors, and ranches. Close to Cherry Creek and many bars and restaurants, this spot is great for anyone who is looking for mountain views and a relaxing neighborhood while still remaining close to Downtown Denver. Surrounded by some of the strongest neighborhoods in Denver – Park Hill to the north, Hilltop on its southern border, and the communities of Lowry and Stapleton to the east – residents here can take advantage of the perks of these areas without such a steep price tag.


Homes here were originally built in the 1800s as a haven from the rowdiness of Denver’s early days, and many of the historic Victorians and stately Tudors still stand. These well-maintained houses, along with new construction homes, line streets shaded by huge trees. The area is also home to quaint outdoor spaces such as Montclair Park, Mayfair Park, Kittredge Park and Denison Park


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