The stately Park Hill neighborhood is home to some of Denver’s most distinguished architectural styles, exemplifying strength and character. Wide, tree-lined streets show off classic Tudors, traditional brick bungalows, Denver squares and graceful Victorian homes. In addition to homes with luxury amenities such as master chef kitchens with high-end appliances, butler pantries for catered parties and large indoor and outdoor entertainment areas, Park Hill provides access to some of Denver’s most engaging features.
Leave the front door of your luxury Park Hill residence and within minutes you’ll find:
- Centrally located neighborhood library
- Denver Zoo
- Denver Museum of Nature and Science
- City Park Golf Course
Check out the local tapas and wine at Neighbors, munch on fresh beignets at Four Friends Kitchen or sidle up to the 5280 Sliders food truck following your run for a much-needed bottle of water or a small retro burger.
Getting Around Town
Fewer neighborhoods are more accessible to work, shopping and sporting events than Park Hill. More than 20 bus stops, convenient park-and-ride lots and light rail make the 20-minute commute into downtown for work or play a snap. Other commute times include:
- 19 minutes to the Denver Tech Center
- 8 minutes to Cherry Creek Shopping District
- 22 minutes to Denver International Airport
Hidden Gem in the Neighborhood
Park Hill residents enjoy watching NAIA collegiate sports at Johnson & Wales University. This university is a private, career-oriented school situated on a beautiful 26-acre campus. With course offerings ranging from business to culinary arts, many of the 17,000 students participate in NAIA sports including soccer, volleyball, and track and field. Residents of Park Hill are proud supporters and spectators at Wildcat events.
Quality of life in Park Hill is ideal for singles, couples and families. Homes are spacious, comfortable and beautifully maintained. We’d love to show you the neighborhood, so contact us for more information or an appointment.