Washington Park Homes for Sale
About Washington Park
Wash Park earns its name from the 161-acre park that serves the neighborhood residents and their dogs. Although all of Denver is dog-friendly, Wash Park earns the title of one of the most dog-friendly neighborhoods. As you stroll through the park on a Saturday, you’ll find everyone walking with at least one dog and usually kids in tow, too.
Homes in Wash Park are steadily increasing in price and decreasing in availability. The average list price sits at a cool three-quarter million right now. The historic bungalows, charming Victorians, and modern structures provide plenty of options for a variety of tastes. Residents are served by a light rail to take you into the city’s center and I-25 to traverse the Front Range.
Alameda Avenue, a street bordering the Wash Park neighborhood, dishes up a host of restaurants for the nearby residents. The restaurants offer everything from light bites to fine dining with a mix of cultural options. Bittersweet is known for its artisanal cuisine flavored with produce from the on-site garden. On the other hand, The Saucy Noodle is a long-standing Italian favorite that’s been a part of the landscape for forty years; they dish up hearty portions of breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The crown jewel of Wash Park, however, is the namesake park. It offers residents an abundance of green space, lakes, gardens, trails and even a recreation center and playground. Neighborhood residents frequent the park to enjoy Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine; but, the park also draws Denverites from around the city.
Within Wash Park on the south edge of Denver, South High School serves students in grades 9-12 from several elementary and middle schools within the area, including Steele Elementary School. There is also a Montessori school for preschoolers.