Washington Park

Hip, trendy, and bursting with activity.

Welcome to Washington Park

Hip, trendy, and bursting with activity

Wash Park serves as one of Denver’s most beloved neighborhoods, mostly in part to its rare, 155-acre park at its center, which feature two lakes and lush landscaping modeled after George Washington’s gardens at Mount Vernon. Incredible walking and running trails promote a healthy, active lifestyle, met by family-friendly community events such as the annual Turkey Trot supporting United Way and ever-popular Blues and Brews event.

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What to Expect

A centralized park, lush landscaping, and awning-covered storefronts.

Nothing compares to having it all and this centrally located gem affords residents just that – a family-friendly lifestyle where nature, community pride, and an active, outdoorsy lifestyle are the hallmarks of calling Wash Park home. In fact, the neighborhood centers around its namesake park, which boasts 155-pristine-acres of mature trees and flowering gardens, met by two lakes, and nearby shopping and dining. It is ideally situated west of Polo Club, Bonnie Brae, and Cory-Merrill, south of Country Club, and north of Platt Park.

The Lifestyle

Active, convenient, and family-friendly.

Not a day goes by without Wash Park seeing its fill of residents hitting the trails, walking their dogs, paddle boating, or channeling their Zen at an outdoor yoga class. You’ll often see young couples on bikes, parents pushing strollers, and affluent executives co-mingling here. This makes for friendly neighbors and a tight-knit community that takes great care in maintaining its homes and local businesses.

Unexpected Appeal

It’s a haven for shopping, dining, and relaxing.

What was once home to Denver’s first trolley cars is now a shopping and dining mecca for Wash Park residents along South Pearl Street. Here people enjoy cocktails and craft brews, creative culinary fare, a seasonal Farmers Market, and some of the best music festivals in town. Old South Gaylord is another hot spot, prized for its quaint bars and restaurants. It’s also known as one of the oldest shopping and dining districts in the city! The district plays home and host to an annual block party and other fun-filled events throughout the year, so there is always something to do close to home.

The Market

Well-priced properties go quick, so you’ll have to act fast.

The median home value in Wash Park sits around $800,000 and property values continue to rise. Most homes are priced well over a million and for good reason – the prime Denver location and coveted lifestyle can’t be beat! Homes here run the gamut from newly remodeled bungalows to restored Tudors and a few classic ranches and Dutch Colonials. The park itself is bordered by “mansion row” which houses the highest-priced homes in the neighborhood.

You'll Fall In Love With

The private and secluded feel.

Thanks to its 19th century roots, Wash Park offers a private and secluded feel. The area’s design was first developed by Architect Reinhard Scheutze and greatly influenced by original city planner Kessler, the Olmsted Brothers of Central Park fame, and local philanthropist “The Unsinkable” Molly Brown. Due to homes set back on larger lots, deep porches, and a canopy of mature trees lining the streets, it is one of the most desirable place to live in Denver.

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