Berkeley, Denver Real Estate

Berkeley is a neighborhood in North Denver just five miles from downtown.  Homes in Berkeley range from bungalows and Denver Squares dating back to the late 1800s to modern construction.  The presence of Berkeley Park, Rocky Mountain Park and the art galleries and other businesses along Tennyson Street makes this a popular area for home hunters. Read more about Berkeley real estate in Denver

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Berkeley is bounded by Interstate 70 to the north, Federal Boulevard to the east, 38th Avenue to the south and Sheridan Boulevard to the west.  It is often connected with the Highlands neighborhood to the south, but there’s enough of a distinct character to ensure that Berkeley remains very much its own neighborhood.

Berkeley real estate is a good mix of home styles.  The eastern side has a number of historic homes, including Denver Squares and brick bungalows.  Ranch style homes are also common.  There are condos and townhomes here as well as newer single family homes.  Right now, the average price of a Berkeley home is hovering around 300,000, although residents seem sure that Berkeley is poised on the verge of an upswing in value.

Outdoor recreation can be had at Berkeley’s two parks, the Willis Case Golf Course and its art district on Tennyson St.   The golf course is a regulation length, 18 hole course with a par of 71.  It is managed by the City of Denver. 

Berkeley Lake Park is bounded by Interstate 70, Tennyson Street, W 46th Avenue and N Sheridan Boulevard.  Berkeley Lake Park has a number of amenities, including one of the biggest off-lead dog parks in the Metro Denver area.  The lake, forested areas, open fields and a recreation center support a variety of outdoor recreation.  The other park, Rocky Mountain Lake Park is found within the bounds of Interstate 70, Grove Street, W 46th Avenue and Lowell Boulevard.

From 38th Avenue to 44th, along Tennyson Street, there are a number of art galleries.  These are interspersed with other businesses, including restaurants and cafes.  On the first Friday of every month (weather permitting), the art galleries stay open late, along with the cafes, restaurants and some other businesses.  Local artists are showcased at this time and people are encouraged to browse and dine.

Berkeley began as “Berkeley Farm”, an establishment encompassing some 1500 acres.  This was purchased in 1888 by investors who subdivided and sold the land.  By 1892, Berkeley was touted as a healthful Denver suburb, far from the noise and pollution of the bustling downtown areas.  Today, the population of Berkeley remains much the same, with many first-time home buyers attracted to the neighborhood for its affordability and easy access to downtown Denver.

Contact The Metropolitan Group at RE/MAX Unlimited for more information about Berkeley, Denver homes for sale.

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Listing information last updated on August 21st, 2017 at 7:49am MDT.