Washington Park Real Estate
Buying A Home In Washington Park
This Denver neighborhood offers flower gardens, a recreation center, tennis courts, historic buildings and lakes, just to name some popular features. The area was first developed by architect Reinhard Scheutze in 1899. The neighborhood as well as the park are popular for jogging, walking and biking. A boat house and evergreen grove have been added to the park as it continuously is developed. The area is a thriving residence for people of all ages. It has a small-town feel and is proximate to many popular places within the city.
In terms of schools, Washington Park has two public schools, Steele Elementary (K-5) and South High (9-12) as well as one private school, St. John’s Lutheran School (PK-8).
Washington Park, a 161-acre park, is the major anchor of this desirable neighborhood. An incredible spot for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities from running to tennis to biking, the park’s lakes, rec center, gardens, playgrounds and trails draw people in from all corners of Denver. Popular restaurants line Alameda Avenue, with Old South Gaylord a hotspot for restaurants, galleries and local, boutique shops. Architecture in this neighborhood is as varied as the price, ranging from duplexes, adorable Bungalows as well as modern newly built homes.