Baker Denver CO Neighborhood Information

Founding of Baker Denver CO

Bounded by 6th Avenue, Broadway, Mississippi Avenue, and the Platte River. In the 1860s, a party including William Byers (founder of the Rocky Mountain News) who arrived with the Gold Rush, platted about seventy-five percent of the farmland that would become Baker’s lots. Byers wife was the eighth white woman in Denver. After an 1864 flood, they built a wooden bridge over Cherry Creek, and in 1871 farmer Thomas Skerritt dragged a log behind a wagon from his farm (at now Hampden) to the Cherry Creek crossing, creating Broadway. Printer John Daily, potato farmer Rufus Clark, and William Byers planted twenty-five blocks of shade trees along the new street. Homes for sale in Baker Denver CO Neighborhood.

History of Baker Denver CO

The Denver Circle Railroad entered Baker in 1881, making the area more attractive to workers and their families. In 1883, Denver annexed land south to Alameda Avenue, most of the Baker community. In 1894, it added the remainder. By the 1890s, it was an attractive neighborhood for the middle class. Architecture included elegant Queen Anne’s, sturdy Denver Squares, and stately Dutch Colonial Revivals, amid lovely gardens and tree-lined streets. Nearer Broadway were the homes of the social elite; more modest houses were toward the west. Cable cars ran on Broadway, along with elegant carriages, horseback riders, and bicycles. Along Santa Fe were small businesses and manufacturing. Early residents were Cornwall miners, Germans, and Danes.

Real Estate in Baker Denver CO

Following the Panic of 1893, hotels, department stores, banks and manufacturers began to replace the elegant homes on Broadway. By 1911, streetcars lines wound through the Baker neighborhood, making it a convenient home for workers. The area developed and became more industrialized during the 1920’s and 1940’s. Lumber and brickyards moved in. Many longtime residents of Baker moved to Washington Park across Broadway. As potential customers sped down Broadway to the suburbs, business on Broadway declined. But since the 1970’s, a new park has been created, an active neighborhood organization formed, and a significant portion of the neighborhood became a part of the National Register of Historic Places.

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The area has become popular with young, urban professionals, especially those who appreciate the historic architecture and the proximity to the new development on Broadway of art galleries, restaurants, boutiques, and theatres. In fact, restoration continues to return this neighborhood to its classic roots.

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Baker Denver CO Schools

If you have children, there are multiple schools near Baker Denver CO you can choose from in the area. The public schools in Baker are part of Denver County 1 School District. The Denver Center for International Studies offers excellent education that prepares students for college. They develop multilingual, interculturally competent citizens who are exceptionally actively involved in our rapidly changing world. You may transfer your children to another school through the SchoolChoice program.

Selling your Baker Denver CO Home

Homes for sale in Baker Denver CO NeighborhoodNowadays, around 92% of all home buyers tend to find their new property online. Searching for a property online makes the entire experience very convenient, and it can bring in front some outstanding benefits in no time. But the best part here is that once you list your property online, you will get to have more leads and potential customers.

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This image is a home in 446 Delaware Street Baker Denver CO Neighborhood

Super cute!! Fantastic location!! Rare four bedrooms in Historic Baker. Low maintenance living. Cool details – fabulous front door, spiral staircase, arched doorways, clawfoot tub.

Baker Denver CO Realtors

Homes for sale in Baker Denver CO Neighborhood. Here you can find a list of some of the best properties for sale in Baker at this time. We have dedicated realtors that will use all of our experience to help you purchase or sell a property here. We are very familiar with the region, which means that you can get some outstanding results in no time! If you need more real estate information, you can check out our Blog with the latest news especially in Denver Real Estate. You can check out the various properties in Baker below and contact us if you have questions.

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