Homes Sold: 27
Average Days on Market: 84
Median Days on Market: 39
Most Expensive: $5,400,000
Least Expensive: $294,950
Months of Inventory: 4
|Original Price||Final Price||Sold Price||Net Sold|
|Avg Price / SqFt w/o Basement||$490||$479||$447||$445|
|Avg Price / Fin SqFt w/ Basement||$409||$400||$373||$371|
Wheat farmer John Reithman sold his 400 acres in 1902 to a group of investors intent on creating a premier residential neighborhood in Denver. The area known today as Country Club attracted nearly every famous architect in the region, many of whom chose to build their own homes there.
Before long, the land was sold and masterpieces were built which would forever distinguish this area as a neighborhood of uncommon opulence. Great red-tiled and stucco-walled gates welcomed residents to the community. Denver Country Club itself, located to the south of the area, was designed with the clubhouse at its center, complete with exquisite entertainment and dining rooms, and a gracious golf course on either side of Cherry Creek, which runs through its borders.
Today, the area features Mediterranean, Spanish, Georgian, Tudor, Swiss Chalet, Dutch Colonial, Craftsman, French Chateau, and Indian Pueblo architectural styles, along with massive Denver Squares and delicate Victorians. It has been designated a Denver Historic District.
Denver Country Club Neighborhood Highlights:
- Alamo Placita Park – Quite park with playground, basketball courts, and summer-time flower garden
- The Cherry Creek Bike Path – Follows the Cherry Creek to downtown and the REI flagship store, or to the Cherry Creek Athletic Club
- Daphne’s Deli – A local favorite coffee shop and deli with great sandwiches and free wireless
- Cherry Creek Shopping District – 320 boutiques, restaurants, galleries, spas and salons will remind you that life does not have to be mundane.
- The Cherry Creek Mall – Shops, restaurants, movie theater, and more
Zillow estimates the median value of homes in the Country Club neighborhood at $665,600, which is 244 percent above the estimated median value of $193,500 for homes citywide.
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