Whether you are new to Denver or are considering a move, here are the top five Denver neighborhoods and a few highlights why you will love it there.

Park HillTop 5 Denver Neighborhoods

This northeastern neighborhood of Denver, Colorado is bordered by Colorado Boulevard on the west, East Colfax Avenue on the south, Quebec Street on the east and East 52nd Street on the north.

Highlights of this neighborhood are low crime rates, excellent public schools, great diversity and the walkability to local businesses and parks. The beloved City Park is within walking distance and is home to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, as well as the Denver Zoo and many dining and shopping opportunities.

Country Club

The County Club neighborhood name denotes the prestige of this higher end neighborhood, which is home to the Denver Country Club, one of the oldest and most exclusive country clubs in the United States. The boundaries are East 6th Avenue to the north, Downing Street to the west, University to the east and East 1st Avenue to the south.

Highlights of this neighborhood are low crime rates, larger than normal lot sizes, high walkability and the beautiful variance of architecture in homes, from Early 20th century styles to Gothic, Colonial, and Mediterranean builds.

Cheesman Park

The historic and culturally diverse Cheesman Park neighborhood is distinct because of its mature landscaping, grand architecture and central placement of the beautiful 80-acre Cheesman Park. It is also beloved for its entertainment, shopping and dining options. The boundaries are Colfax Avenue to the north, Downing Street to the west, York Street to the east and 8th Avenue to the south.

Highlights of this neighborhood are low crime rates, centralized public park and walkability to nearby businesses, including shopping, bars, coffee shops and dining.

Congress Park

The trendy and attractive Congress Park neighborhood also boasts a centralized park for public use with a playground, swimming pool, and tennis courts. The boundaries are York Street to the west, Colfax Avenue to the north, Colorado Boulevard to the east and Sixth Avenue to the south.

Highlights of Congress Park are low crime rates, great public schools, and the centralized neighborhood park. It is also home to the popular music venue, The Bluebird Theater, which has hosted many up-and-coming artists.

Platt Park

The busy, diverse neighborhood is known for its fantastic restaurants and the 17-acre Platt Park, where residents enjoy walking, bicycling, tennis, and dog walking. Boundaries are York Street to the west, Colfax Avenue to the north, Colorado Boulevard to the east and Sixth Avenue on the south.

Highlights of Platt Park are low crime rates, a centralized park, fine cuisine and neighborhood access to light rail system to commute downtown.

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