Movie-like mansions and multi-home estates designed for the social and political elite define the Denver Country Club neighborhood between 8th Avenue, Cherry Creek, York, and Downing. This neighborhood began in 1905 with the incorporation of the exclusive Park Club Place between East 1st and 4th and Downing and Humboldt. The Country Club addition followed in 1906, offering parkways and more spacious home sites with deeper setbacks in the area between Humboldt and High.

This incredible collection of architectural masterpieces found in Denver Country Club real estate includes influences from Colonial, French Chateau, Tudor, Santa Fe, and Georgian, with remarkable Denver Squares, large bungalows, and distinct Victorians. Today, with multi-million-dollar sales being the standard, the neighborhood is still exclusive. Residents love it for its central yet private location and of course its very own prestigious Denver Country Club, for which the neighborhood is named.

Walk or bike to neighboring Cherry Creek North for high-end retail, restaurants, spas, and salons. There are also plenty of low-key options for those who aren’t into hob-nobbing 24/7. Enjoy coffee and scones at one of the many coffee shops, take the kids on a ride along the bike path, or head over to nearby Washington Park for a picnic and a stroll.

Buying around Denver Country Club allows you access to the most elite recreational, retail and dining establishments. Though the prices of homes are high, the neighborhood's qualities are a clear justification.