Country Club

An exclusive neighborhood with storied roots.

Welcome to Country Club

An exclusive neighborhood with storied roots

Denver Country Club is a historic neighborhood developed in the early 1900s in conjunction with the Denver Country Club, which was originally centered around horse racing but soon expanded to tennis, polo, golf and a myriad of other sports. Bounded by University Boulevard, Cherry Creek, Downing Street, and 8th Avenue, it’s one of the oldest, most exclusive neighborhoods in the city, consisting of roughly 380 homes. And its small size only adds to the appeal, making it one of the most affluent and coveted neighborhoods in the city.

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What to Expect

Stately mansions on generous lots.

The exclusive location and longstanding history of Country Club is bookmarked by the opening of Denver Country Club – a private club on the southern boundary of the neighborhood, positioned on Cherry Creek. Overall, this treasured Denver neighborhood is defined by stately mansions, generous lot sizes, and proximity to upscale Cherry Creek shopping and dining.

The Lifestyle

Exclusive, quiet, connected.

Residents of Country Club enjoy a relatively private, peaceful atmosphere. The homes here have always been, and still remain, inhabited by many of Denver’s most social and politically elite. Additionally, it’s convenient location to Cherry Creek and Wash Park make it a desirable place to live. Current facilities of nearby Denver Country Club include an 18-hole golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, a multi-dimensional Olympic-size swimming pool, a croquet and lawn bowling pitch, skate house and skating rink, fitness facility and, dining and banquet facilities. But living here doesn’t grant you entry – you must become a member to enjoy the club’s amenities.

Unexpected Appeal

A distinctive and elevated way of life.

Denver Country Club and the Country Club Place subdivision were designed by William and Arthur Fisher with Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. in 1909. The neighborhood is a major draw for those who appreciate a place with established heritage, prestige, and the private golf lifestyle Denver Country Club affords. In fact, the club itself holds the title for oldest country club west of the Mississippi. Residents are often blown away by the area’s distinctive and exclusive roots, while remaining close to area attractions.

The Market

Historic and architecturally significant estates.

The Country Club neighborhood houses some of city’s finest examples of the Denver Square style, as well as Gothic, Colonial, Mediterranean, and other early 20th century eclectic revival styles. Many of the houses were designed by Denver’s most prominent architects including Fisher and Fisher, Benedict, Biscoe, Gove and Walsh, and Varian and Sterner. Homes here are priced from $1.5 million to multi-million-dollar estates, which are often sold as pocket listings. A gated subdivision, known as Country Club Place commands the highest asking prices, followed by Country Club North which offers a more affordable alternative.

You'll Fall In Love With

The convenient bike path and proximity to Cherry Creek shopping and dining.

The Cherry Creek Bike Path conveniently runs right through the neighborhood and follows the famous creek into downtown, connecting you to REI’s flagship store as well as the Cherry Creek Athletic Club. In addition, Country Club is located mere minutes to Cherry Creek’s Shopping District and Mall, which affords over 320 boutiques, restaurants, galleries, salons, spas, a movie theatre and more.

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