No wonder Denver is one of the most sought after places to live in the United States: a happening capitol city with beautiful mountain views, more sunny days than San Diego and recreational activities like skiing and hiking right around the corner, Denver has something to offer for every sort of lifestyle. However, the next question is where in Denver to settle.

Several communities within Denver offer a great neighborhood to settle down:

Cherry Creek, a subdivision of Denver, currently features 82 homes for sale according to Trulia. The average listing price of a Cherry Creek home is over a million dollars and the average sales price is $800,000. The median price falls at $502,540. The neighborhood’s beautiful mountain homes often feature a Victorian theme and many luxury features, such a saunas and huge closets. The homes in this community are close to the Denver Country Club and any other amenity you may need: grocery stores, gyms, restaurants, shopping centers, and activities for the outdoor lover as well. A bike path along Cherry Creek, one of the most popular in Denver, runs for over 40 miles and passes the shopping district, historical park, and Cherry Creek State Recreation Area.

Located in central Denver, Baker is known for its historical district and is one of the oldest of Denver’s neighborhoods, first settled in 1859. Many of the homes were built over 100 years ago, but most have been updated with renovations—thirty blocks of Baker are included in the National Register of Historic Places. However, this neighborhood’s diversity means that there is a style of home for everyone, from the updated look to the Victorian charm. And there’s nothing stale about this community’s market: recent statistics show Baker’s home values are earning higher gains than average. You will see a variety of residences for sale, whether you are looking for a condominium or a single-family home. The price range of these residences goes from $100 to about $500 thousand. If you want to live in a place with lots to do, Baker is close to South Broadway Street, a great place to shop or grab a bite.

In Northwest Denver, Berkeley has seen rapid rise of property values within the last two decades and is known for its great parks and recreation centers. You’ll also find a historic charm within Berkeley and the community offers great opportunities for those looking for a fixer-upper or a house already in great shape. Current median home prices fall between $270 and $300 thousand with an average listing price of $329,452. However, the community offers a more expensive selection as well, as some homes list at over $650,000. Berkeley residents don’t have to look far to find something to do—Tennyson Street offers many unique and individually owned shops, restaurants, and art galleries.

If you’re looking for homes for sale in Denver CO, look no further than these lively and beautiful neighborhoods.

About PorchLight Real Estate: PorchLight Real Estate Group has the most experienced and knowledgeable Denver real estate agents in Colorado. For more information about homes for sale in Denver CO or specific neighborhood homes please visit www.porchlightgroup.com.

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