Berkeley Homes for Sale
If you are looking for great dining options and local art galleries, this funky neighborhood tucked between West Highland and Sunnyside will deliver all the local flavor you could ask for. Berkeley sits on the west side of Denver allowing for an easy weekend getaway in the mountains or a quick commute downtown.
Berkeley Lake Park and Rocky Mountain Lake provide plenty of open space for residents. Berkeley Lake Park sprawls across 83 acres of green space for urbanites to stroll the walking paths or hit the courts for a game of tennis. One of Denver’s public libraries sits at the edge of the park if you feel like reserving a spot on the grass and reading a good book on a Saturday afternoon. The William Scheitler Recreation Center provides the neighborhood with both indoor and outdoor swimming and affordable fitness courses for the entire family. The great outdoors doesn’t exclude your four-legged friend either; Berkeley has the largest dog park in Metro Denver.
After an active day in the outdoors, Berkeley is the perfect neighborhood to find trendy eateries, healthy dining options, and tapas bars. There’s a unique cafe, the Cat Cafe, that charges an admission fee to help support the cats (on premises) until they get a furr-ever home. The Cat Cafe has art for sale, serves up a hot, fresh cup of Solar Roast coffee (from the southern city of Pueblo) and snacks.
Homes in the Berkeley neighborhood can range from cottages to brick bungalows or new townhomes. Whatever your preference, from large to small, the Berkeley neighborhood has something for families of all sizes who want the convenience of the city and the proximity to the mountains.
Berkeley schools are the number one district in the Denver Metro area offering four primary and secondary schools. Centennial: A School for Expeditionary Learning is an alternative school within Berkeley that fosters social responsibility, high standards of character and academic achievement.