Virginia Village is a neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, roughly five miles southeast of downtown. The neighborhood bounds the intersection of Interstate 25 and Colorado Boulevard, one of Denver's busiest thoroughfares. The neighborhood consists of a mixture of town homes, single-family homes, shopping plazas, and mid to high-rise apartment and office buildings. It is served by the Colorado Station on the E, F, and H RTD light rail lines.
A fun and interesting feature of this community is the Historic Four Mile House. On the banks of Cherry Creek, just four miles from downtown Denver, Four Mile Historic Park is a 12 acre oasis featuring Denver’s oldest standing structure, pioneer exhibits, special events for all ages that transport visitors to Colorado’s frontier past. Once a wayside inn and stage stop for people traveling along the Cherokee Trail, Four Mile House and grounds are now the setting for unique activities including festivals and concerts.
Washington Virginia Vale is a neighborhood in southeastern Denver, Colorado. The neighborhood is roughly bound by Alameda Avenue, South Cherry Creek Drive, and South Quebec Street. The western border of the neighborhood merges into the city of Glendale, Colorado, an enclave of Denver.
Washington Virginia Vale is home to George Washington High School, McMeen Elementary School, Garland Park, and two other small city parks. The Consulates General of México, Peru, and Guatemala are all located in the neighborhood. At the heart of the Washington Virginia Vale neighborhood sits Four Mile Historic Park and the Four Mile House, a Denver landmark that "served as a stage stop, wayside inn and tavern to travelers on the Cherokee Trail."