Denver Highland Homes for Sale

Denver Highland Homes for Sale November 14, 2018
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Avg. DOM
$428.25
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$690,000
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About Highland Denver

The Highlands, a hip and diverse neighborhood, sits just northwest of Downtown Denver. After its resurgence, it has become one of Denver’s hottest, most sought-after areas. Residents enjoy its central location and quiet, tree-lined streets with local shops and restaurants. The Highlands isn’t filled with big-box stores, chains, or the noise of downtown Denver yet offers all of that minutes away.

The Highland residents are a culturally diverse mix of people who reside in the bungalows, Victorian charmers, and renovated spaces. The average price point for your own piece of heaven in the Highlands is slightly over $700,000.

Residents enjoy the farmer’s market, community garden, and easy access to Confluence Park and Denver’s Union Station by bike or by foot over the Highlands Pedestrian Bridge. Highland’s Square is the focal point of the neighborhood presenting residents with the chance to interact with neighbors during a regular slate of free, family-friendly events during the summer months. From movies to picnics to concerts in the park, Highland’s Square is the place for community and conversation among neighbors and their four-legged friends.

From Highlands Academy Preschool to Stir Cooking School, Highlands residents have educational options from preschool through higher learning. Public, private, and charter school options are available for students K-12.

The 320-foot pedestrian bridge bordering lower downtown and I-25 welcomes residents of the Highlands to enjoy the great outdoors of the Rocky Mountain State while coming home to the quaint streets that welcome you home.