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4 Exciting Denver Neighborhoods That Should Be On Your Radar
With so much to do and see in the Mile High City, it’s no wonder people are flocking to Colorado in record numbers. While there are dozens of popular areas to call home, the following Denver neighborhoods are quickly gaining popularity. Read on to learn why.
Villa Park offers a great location, a minimal commute, affordable housing, and enjoyable outdoor spots. And while at one point, this neighborhood was known as one of the cheapest places to live in the city, but it’s now growing, and prices are on the rise. Residences here include a mix of single-family homes, historic houses, and newer apartments.
This little neighborhood is conveniently located between Denver, Aurora, and Centennial, and is roughly 10 miles southeast of downtown. Residents here can easily access the Light Rail as well for a quick ride into the city. And locals can attest to the tight-knit community and inviting atmosphere throughout the neighborhood. With easy access to all the popular spots in the surrounding cities and a few perks of its own, Hampden has been gaining both popularity and residents.
Lowry has gained the attention of locals wanting to settle down as well as property investors. The area is a popular spot for families – the nearby great schools are definitely a factor in this. And local perks like the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum and Lowry Sports Complex Park provide residents with plenty of fun and close-by activities. In Lowry, you’ll find a mix of character-rich older homes and cutting-edge newer homes.
The Highland neighborhood has been trending for a while and for good reason. Unlike other neighborhoods in a similarly prime location, Highland has the perks of being close to downtown without the downtown price tag. But that’s been catching people’s attention. And recent construction of new condos and apartments amidst Highland’s historic homes is a signal that homes in this area will continue to rise in price.
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