Lot Size: 3,000 - 9,500 sqft
Price Range : $800,000 - $1,200,000
Congress Park can be defined as gracious in-the-city living. It is a great neighborhood to buy or invest in real estate. The homes in Congress Park feature older Victorians and perhaps the city’s most concentrated collection of Denver Squares. Thick trees give way to lovely older condominiums and high rises that tower over their namesake parks. Along historic Seventh Avenue Parkway, you’ll find an array of mansions with architectural styles ranging from Mission to Dutch Colonial and from Mediterranean to Victorian. The Congress Park neighborhood gets some of it’s energy from pockets of shops and restaurants that draw a local, loyal clientele.
From Congress Park and Cheesman Park, it’s easy to get to LoDo, Cherry Creek, nearby bike trails and other parks. Only a few miles from Denver’s state capitol building, it’s in close proximity to much of Denver’s art and music scene, as well as the Denver Botanical Gardens, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Natural History, the Molly Brown House and the Denver Art Museum. The central location of Congress Park make it a diverse community, gathering place and great place to buy a home and live.
The actual Congress Park, located at 9th and Elizabeth includes an outdoor swimming pool with children’s wading pool and bathhouse, 8 tennis courts, 2 informal softball fields, 1 soccer field, 1 playground, 2 parking lots, 1 covered picnic area by playground, basketball court, several picnic benches throughout the park, and restroom facilities.
If you like Congress Park, you will also like Cheeseman Park, City Park, Uptown and Capital Hill.
Click here to view Congress Park Neighborhood Association
Boundaries: 32nd Avenue to the North, York Street to the East, Colfax to the South and Downing to the West.