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Exploring Greenfield Denvers Hot New Neighborhood
If you’re wondering about the hottest neighborhood in Denver, you’ll need to look to the southeast suburbs. According to online real estate company, Redfin, the place to be in the Denver metro area these days is a place called Greenfield.
Located in the south Aurora/Centennial area, Greenfield is rated the ninth-hottest neighborhood in the country by Redfin. The neighborhood is bordered by East Smoky Hill Road on the north, East Arapahoe Road on the south, and South Liverpool Street on the east.
Featuring a community pool, playground, tennis courts, a fishing pond and several trails for people who want to enjoy the outdoors and active Colorado lifestyle, Greenfield is located in the highly rated Cherry Creek School district, which is a huge draw for families with school age children.
So what makes it a “hot” neighborhood?
Redfin said it analyzed hundreds of millions of page views and homes that users favorited to monitor for price and status changes. Other "hot" neighborhoods in the Denver area, according to Redfin, are Old Town in Arvada and Athmar Park (west of I-25 and south of West Alameda Avenue) in Denver.
Overall, Redfin’s data on homebuyer activity indicated that in 2016 people were bypassing the most expensive areas in the center city in search for high-end amenities and renovated homes that are a few train or bus stops outside the city limits.
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Andy Potarf is a native of Denver and a graduate of Colorado State University. He works with first time homebuyers needing help getting prequalified all the way up to and including seasoned invest....
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