Highlands Denver

Highlands Denver Neighborhood

While most of northwest Denver is generally considered the “Highlands”, the area is actually a mix of several smaller neighborhoods – Highlands, West Highlands, Sunnyside, Berkeley and Sloan’s Lake. Founded in 1858, Highlands Denver homes were originally built as a refuge from the “pollution and low morals” of the early city of Denver. In fact, you will still find an exceptional selection of mansions from this period evident along the famed Federal Boulevard – one of the main thoroughfares of the Highlands. Potential buyers will also find a wide variety of properties with historic significance, quaint bungalows, Tudor and Victorian homes, and a nice selection of condominiums and modern lofts. One thing is certain – you are sure to find a variety of homes to satisfy your needs.

Denver Neighborhood – Highlands

Perhaps one of the most sought-after areas of the Highlands Denver is the Berkley community. Located between 38th avenue, I-70, Federal Boulevard and Sheridan, Berkeley is home to two large parks that offer a wealth of hiking, biking, tennis, picnicking and other recreational activities. Neighbors love meeting up with other area residents and their four-legged friends to enjoy Berkeley Park and Rocky Mountain Lake Park. You can also enjoy a wealth of concerts and cultural events at the historic Oriental Theater or at the First Friday Art Walks on Tennyson. Within this community, you will also find the neighborhood of Harkness Heights. This is a historic Denver Highlandsneighborhood that offers beautiful historic properties including large brick bungalows, Tudors and Denver Squares.

To learn more about the Highlands Denver homes currently available to you, please do not hesitate to contact the team at Nostalgic Homes today. As local Highlands Denver real estate specialists, it would be their great pleasure to introduce you to the many homes and opportunities available to you. Connect today to get started!

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