Denver Country Club may be the city’s most exclusive neighborhood.
Located between 6th Avenue, 1st Avenue, York, and Downing Streets, are large landscaped lots and tree-lined streets, set upon by sprawling estates built and designed for Denver’s early social and political elite. This is affluence in the heart of the city.
Comprised of just 58 lots, Denver Country Club real estate features an improbable collection of architectural masterpieces. Home styles include Colonial, French Chateau, Tudor, Santa Fe, Georgian, and the occasional classic Victorian. All distinguish this neighborhood as one of uncommon opulence.
Originally planned as a single country estate at the turn of the last century, this elegant enclave is home to some of the finest estate homes in Denver. The Country Club North area with its smaller homes but equally diverse architectural styles, is also highly desirable for its proximity to good schools and the shopping district in Cherry Creek.
The Spanish gate at 4th and Franklin St. sits at the original entrance to the Denver Country Club where it announces the beauty, and at once conveys the exclusivity of this community.