Just ten minutes or so from Downtown Denver, the Congress Park neighborhood is adjacent to Cheesman Park and the Denver Botanic Gardens and is sandwiched between City Park and Cherry Creek. This ideal central location is one of the biggest draws of Congress Park, Denver real estate, but it is far from the neighborhood’s only attractive feature. Congress Park also boasts its own park (from which it gets its name), a beautiful selection of mostly historic homes, and serene, shady streets. All of this has made Congress Park, Denver real estate sought-after since the late 19th century.
Congress Park is primarily residential, though it also has a few small commercial areas that feature mainly independently owned shops and restaurants. The park, which encompasses 17 acres, features a swimming pool, playground, tennis courts, and other sports facilities. Public schools in the neighborhood are Teller Elementary and East High School.
Real Estate Congress Park, Denver
Are you considering investing in Congress Park, Denver real estate? Because the neighborhood was developed mostly from the late 19th century to the pre-WWII era, the housing stock here is remarkably diverse and architectural styles Colonial Revival, Italianate, Craftsman, and many more. Congress Park also contains part of the 7th Avenue Historic District, which is where you’ll find many early 20th century mansions.
Intrigued by the possibilities in Congress Park, Denver real estate? Looking for green homes such as those found in the Stapleton, Colorado real estate market? Whatever your preferences may be, PorchLight Real Estate Group’s Mary Gerwin and Shaylisa Turner will help you find the right home in Denver. Get in touch with them today.