Southeast Denver Colorado subdivisions have been some of the most desirable for many years. Typically, the properties hold their value well, neighborhoods are well kept and the schools are good.
Click on the subdivision links below the map to find out more about each area.
Southeast Denver Colorado Subdivisions
Alamo Placita – Belcaro – Bonnie Brae – Byers – Capitol Hill – Cheesman Park – Cherry Creek North – Cherry Creek South – Congress Park – Cory Merrill – Country Club – Crestmoor – Goldsmith – Hale – Hampden – Hilltop -Indian Creek – Lowry – Mayfair – Montclair – Observatory Park – Platt Park – Polo Club – Rosedale – University Hill – University Park -Virginia Vale – Virginia Village – Washington Park – Wellshire – West Washington Park – Windsor
These neighborhoods typically have older homes, many of them having been remodeled and updated. They are charming areas with wonderful old trees, green lawns and a home style for everyone. You are apt to find more ranch style homes in the older area of Mayfair, Congress Park and University Hills. But, there are other styles as well scattered throughout.
When the majority of these homes were built, they were on the edge of the country. Many homes in Observatory Park were owned by University of Denver professsors, Mayfair and Montclair early owners were often associated with Lowry Air Force Base or Stapleton International Airport. University Hills was an area for soldiers and their families who returned to Denver after WWII. There wasn’t a tree in the area in the early 1950s.
For more information about Real Estate in Southeast Denver Colorado Subdivisions, or homes for sale along the Front Range, call Marilyn Van Steenberg, Dream Home Consultant, Certified Residential Specialist and Eco-Broker. Buyer’s Best Choice at Keller Williams Realty DTC, 303 738 1287 or email email@example.com.
Specializing in Buyer Representation and Relocation Real Estate Transactions.