The Denver Country Club is a posh historical neighborhood located near Central Denver rich in history and architecture. According to the Piton Foundation, “The Country Club neighborhood is bounded by University Boulevard, Cherry Creek, Downing Street, and 8th Avenue. Two main features of the neighborhood are the Denver Country Club and Country Club Place subdivision, designed by William and Arthur Fisher, working with Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. in 1909.”
The original Country Club neighborhood north of 1st Avenue consists of 380 homes, making it one of Denver’s smallest neighborhoods in number of homes. However, most of the lots and houses are large. Part of the neighborhood forms the Country Club Historic District, but the boundaries of the historic district and the neighborhood proper are not the same; the historic district is smaller and goes from 1st Ave. to 4th Ave. and from Downing St. to University Ave.. At Race St., the district goes from 1st to 6th Ave.
The southern border of the Denver Country Club golf course north of Alameda is loosely considered a portion of the Denver Country Club neighborhood and yet also part of Washington Park. Homes along the southern portion of the golf course consist of grand old mansions such as the Weckbaugh Mansion located on Cedar Avenue designed by well known Denver Architect Jules Jacques Benedict. This area of Denver Country Club is better hidden and not as easily noticeable.
For more information on homes for sale in Denver Country Club, to view Denver Country Club homes for sale to to speak to a Denver Country Club Realtor about selling your home, contact Denver Country Club real estate agent Randy Jeffrey at 303-669-8225 to schedule a showing or listing consultation.