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Neighborhood Spotlight Rosedale
Tucked away between Denver's University and Overland neighborhoods, Rosedale is a small area bordered by East Evans Avenue to the north, South Downing Street to the east, East Yale Avenue to the south and South Broadway to the west.
With South Broadway becoming more and more popular, more people are taking an interest in this small neighborhood – with lots of dining, retail and activity options, it’s not hard to see why.
At the center of Rosedale is Harvard Gulch Park. This sprawling area includes football, softball and soccer fields, a golf course, picnic areas and playgrounds, a recreation center and a running/walking trail. Just to the west is Rosedale Park, complete with a community garden and trails of its own.
Rosedale is relatively small, with a population of about 2,400. The area has a healthy mix of families, singles, retirees, and professionals, who like to take advantage of its proximity to the Regional Transportation District's University and Evans light rail stations. The area was also once named the 18th most bikeable neighborhood in the city.
Living in this popular neighborhood isn’t cheap, however. According to real estate website Trulia, the median home price in Rosedale stands at $524,000, which is up 24 percent since last year. Renting there is also pricey, with median rents for all-size properties standing at $2,575.
Interested in checking out what’s available in Rosedale or other neighborhoods in the Mile High? Give Metrowest a shout – we’d love to show you around this quaint neighborhood!
DAVE NELSON, 4-time 5280 Magazine 5 Star Real Estate Professional. Dave’s career in real estate has chronicled more than 15 years. Known as a true real estate professional, Dave is experienced i....
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