Now that you have decided to call the Denver home. choosing where to live is your next challenge. With this task includes, finding the right school for your children, considering your daily commute to work and a neighborhood that reflects your perfect Colorado lifestyle. The Top ten neighborhoods in Denver will entice you with walkability, dinning and shopping, public transportation, tree lined streets, access to public and private schools and a true sense of community. Denver offers suburbs and urban areas to fit everyone’s needs.
According to Niche.com – here are the top neighborhoods in the Denver area
South Park Hill
With a population of 9,491, South Park is an urban neighborhood, most families own their own home and tend to be liberal. Residents are treated to bars, restaurants coffee shops and parks.
Wellshire is a suburban neighborhood home to 3,529 residents. Whereas most are home owners, may retirees enjoy Wellshire where the political views would be considered moderate.
Eastridge Ptarmigan Park
Located in Aurora, just east of Denver, Eastridge Ptarmigan Park house 2,263 residents and offers a urban feel and home ownership. With a liberal based, family lifestyle, the schools in this neighborhood are very high rated.
North Park Hill
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