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Southeast Denver

Southeast Denver comprises around ten neighborhoods located east of Colorado Boulevard and south of Alameda Avenue. Downtown Denver is just 40 minutes to a little over an hour’s drive away. 

Interstate 25 runs through the area and Interstate 225 is found just south of Hampden South. With RTD bus and rail lines serving the area, getting around is easy and convenient. 

Southeast Denver is a family-friendly and mostly residential region with a tranquil suburban feel. Many homebuyers find it highly desirable, especially with the convenience of being close to the downtown area and the relatively more affordable housing costs. 

There are plenty of parks and open spaces, including Southmoor Park, James A. Bible park, Crestmoor Park, Rosamond Park, and more. There are also two public golf courses in the area, Kennedy Golf Course and Cherry Creek Country Club. 

Southeast Denver is filled with restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines, including Mexican, Italian, Indian, Vietnamese, and Jewish comfort food. The neighborhood retail hub is Tiffany Plaza Mall, which includes a Whole Foods market and a cinema complex. 

As in most parts of the city, Southeast Denver boasts historic landmarks, such as Fairmount Cemetery and Fairmount Mausoleum, the Amter Residence, and the Four Mile Historic House, the oldest existing residential building in Denver. 

Neighborhoods in Southeast Denver 

  • Washington Virginia Vale 
  • Windsor 
  • Virginia Village 
  • Indian Creek 
  • University Hills 
  • Goldsmith 
  • Hampton
  • Kennedy 
  • Southmoor Park 
  • Hampton South 

Real estate in Southeast Denver 

Homes in Southeast Denver include single-family properties, townhomes, and condos, with condos making up the majority of the housing stock. Found in low to mid rise buildings along charming tree lined streets, the condos in the area offer affordable but no less desirable options for buyers of all budgets. 

Townhomes also make up a significant part of the real estate market. Some neighborhoods, such as Indian Creek, feature townhome communities with spacious units and landscaped surroundings. 

The single-family homes in Southeast Denver were mostly built in traditional traditional architecture around 25 to 30 years ago. 

If you want to learn more about Southeast Denver and your real estate options here, we at Historic Denver Properties are more than happy to help. Get in touch with us at 303.578.0706 or email us at Mark(at)MarkMuller(dotted)Homes

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