Park Hill

Park Hill

Located just east of City Park and the Denver Natural History Museum, this diverse neighborhood is filled with Tudors, bungalows, traditional brick ranches and two-stories, and stately mansion estates. There are several neighborhood storefront areas; one located at 23rd and Dalhia (home of the famous Spinelli’s market and the Italian bistro The Cherry Tomato) and the other at 23rd and Kearney (home of PerkHill Coffee, Oblios Pizza, Cake Crumbs, Dardano’s Gymnastics, Bang Hair salon, and many more…) To learn more about everything that is going on in Park Hill click here.

Why Buyers Like Park Hill

  • Architecturally Significant Homes – Character and charm abound in this neighborhood, as it is filled with tons of brick Tudors, bungalows and the like. Buyers that want to live in a classic and charm filled neighborhood will be attracted to Park Hill. With some of the largest trees in the city, Park Hill is one of the most well established neighborhoods in Central Denver.
  • Walkability – With mulitple shopping blocks, there are plenty of destinations to walk to in Park Hill.
  • Proximity – Park Hill is located about 10 minutes east of Downtown, Lodo and about 10 minutes north of Cherry Creek. It has great highway access and being on the northside of Central Denver, there is easy access to D.I.A; the northern suburbs and I-25 North.

What Buyers don’t like about Park Hill

  • For the Money, You don’t get a lot of houseThe houses in Park Hill tend to be smaller (between 1000-1500 square feet on the main level) and they often lack many of the modern amenities found in never developments (small kitchens, closets, and low basement ceilings).
  • Lack of Architectural Control – means that over time the neighborhood developed on it’s own. While some houses were beautifully reconstructed and remodled, others leave a lot to be desired. Some buyers don’t like this eclectic mix of housing, but some do.