Park Hill Real Estate | Homes for Sale

Nestled just three miles east of downtown Denver real estate, Park Hill’s beautiful tree-lined streets and mix of classic residential architecture is the epitome of charm. Park Hill has become one of the most culturally and economically diverse middle class communities in Denver; and thanks to its multi-generational appeal, both long-term residents and young transplants starting a new family are captivated by Park Hill homes’ charming character and reputation.

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Park Hill Real Estate

Like so many of Denver’s venerable old neighborhoods, Park Hill real estate really began to flourish at the turn of the century when the first house was built in the late 1800s. What was once flat country land full of dairy farms and grazing cattle has now blossomed into a much-desired “city suburban” neighborhood; an oasis in the heart of the city.

A trip down any of the peaceful tree-lined streets in South Park Hill and North Park Hill will reveal the glamorous architectural legacy of these early years. Bordered by City Park to the west, the generous city lots, mature landscaping and the great Tudor, Dutch Colonial, Craftsman Bungalow and “Denver Square” homes of Park Hill give the streets here character and grace.

Northeast Park Hill homes were built a bit later with a great deal of development happening after WWII. You’ll find a nice mix of mid-century homes, brick ranches and Prairie houses in Northeast Park Hill.

Park Hill Neighborhoods

Encompassing 500 blocks, the sprawling neighborhood is divided into South, North, Central and East Park Hill:

South

Located between Colfax and 26th Ave., enhanced by streets lined with tall trees, and homes brimming with character, South Park Hill is the historic section of the community. Almost every residence in South Park Hill is a single family home…>Read More about South Park Hill real estate and view listings.

Central

Central Park Hill is the transition area between South and North Park Hill. Located between 26th and 29th streets, this is a very nice area with more affordable prices and close proximity to the town centers of South Park Hill…>Read More about Central Park Hill real estate  and view listings.

East

Homes in East Park Hill are located east of Monaco and south of 29th Ave.With the average price of East Park Hill real estate currently under $210,000, this is a great option for affordable single family homes…>Read More about East Park Hill real estate and view listings.

North

North Park Hill real estate is among the most affordable in the Park Hill community. Most of the homes are single-story with an optional basement. Martin Luther King Blvd cuts through the middle of this area for quick access to all conveniences…> Read more about North Park Hill real estate and view listings.

Park Hill Amenities

Majestic greenways and small pocket parks are sprinkled throughout Park Hill as well as several churches, a Denver Public Library and small independently owned businesses.

City Park, Denver’s largest park, is located immediately to the west of Park Hill. This popular destination contains the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, two lakes, a boathouse and a public golf course. Stapleton is immediately to the east of Park Hill.

The main Zip Code in Park Hill is 80207. A small section of South Park Hill is in the 80220 zip code.

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