Everybody loves Bonnie Brae for its popular homemade ice cream shop on University, but there is so much more to love about this lovely neighborhood. Positioned in the heart of Denver and covering just a small area between Exposition, Mississippi, Steele, and University, Bonnie Brae is a welcoming family community that’s packed with charm.

Walk over to the Bonnie Brae strip, on the west border, and you’ll find a public library, the bus line, and a perfect handful of local shops and eateries. Just a few blocks away is Old South Gaylord, with its charming boutiques, spas, and bistros. Wander a bit more and you can’t miss bustling Washington Park. Take advantage of the rec center; tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts; a soccer field; and jogging paths. Kids can even do a little fishing in the pond or climb on their choice of play structures.

With homes averaging in the $900,000 range, you’ll find they are mostly single-family, in a variety of architectural styles, from nostalgic arts-and-crafts and English Tudors to brand new stucco Mansions. Bonnie Brae’s tree-lined, winding streets can take you quickly into Downtown Denver or to the popular Cherry Creek shopping district. It’s no wonder this quaint neighborhood is truly one of the most sought-after in the city.