Curtis Park Denver Real Estate

Curtis Park is proudly claimed to be the oldest residential neighborhood in Denver by its residents and its eclectic collection of real estate certainly supports them.   Nearly 500 19th century homes line the streets of this district, shaded by mature trees. Read more about Curtis Park, Denver real estate.

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Curtis Park is in Denver North East, bounded by Broadway, Downing, 23rd Avenue and 38th Street.  It is only about fifteen minutes from Denver’s downtown district on foot or a short light rail trip. 

Curtis Park real estate is a collection of an impressive variety of home styles and ages.  Close to 500 carefully preserved late 1800s homes.  These historic residences include many examples of Italianate, Queen Anne, Second Empire and Victorian architecture.  Curtis Park was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975 and was This Old House’s choice for Colorado’s Best Old House Neighborhood in 2010.

The neighborhood has escaped much of the urban redevelopment that would have destroyed some of the most impressive buildings still standing today.  However, this does not mean that Curtis Park does not have contemporary homes.  There are a number of townhome complexes in Curtis Park constructed in the late 2000s.  This includes a recent project paid for by the residents of the neighborhood and built to blend in with the unique character of the area.  There are also a scattering of 20th century homes and condos.  Curtis Park is famed for its diversity and flexible home options.

Curtis Park contains Mestizo-Curtis Park, which has the distinction of being the first public park in Denver.  Today, it contains an outdoor swimming pool, courts for tennis and basketball and an athletic field.  Sonny Lawson Park is also in the area and features a baseball field where games of softball and baseball are regularly enjoyed by Denverites.

Curtis Park was a fashionable district back in the mid-1800s, where rich merchants and laborers of more modest incomes lived next to each other.  This tradition is continued, with homes ranging from the $500,000s to under $100,000 available in the area.  For people looking for a neighborhood full of character, right next door to downtown Denver, homes in Curtis Park are definitely worth considering.

Contact The Metropolitan Group at RE/MAX Unlimited to explore the historic real estate of Curtis Park.

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Listing information last updated on April 26th, 2018 at 8:49am MDT.