Bonnie Brae Neighborhood


As conceived 80 years ago by architect S. R. DeBoer, the quaint neighborhood of Bonnie Brae was designed to resemble a Scottish village located on the fringes of Denver, complete with curving streets, a circular central park, a winding boulevard and a collection of small shops where residents could congregate and mingle.  Bonnie Brae, which means “Pleasant Hill,” today offers quiet, tree-lined streets, rich architectural diversity and convenient access to neighborhood restaurants and cafes—including one of Denver’s most popular pizza parlors, a public library, an ice cream parlor and a variety of retail shops.

Home styles in Bonnie Brae range from charming little Cape Cods and tidy brick ranches to larger two-story brick and frame homes and English Tudors.

Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Highlights:

Categories: Uncategorized Tags:
Comments are closed.