West Wash Park Neighborhood


As you head East from Lincoln ascending the hill toward Wash Park you will cross a number of one-way streets (Clarkson, Emerson, and Washington) and notice the difference in how better maintained the yards are as you near the park.  The home prices rise like the slope of the hill the nearer you approach the park.

Close to Lincoln and Sherman you are more likely to find rental properties and more affordably priced homes.  Home prices continue to soar as you cross over the park into East Wash Park (or just Wash Park).  West Wash Park has a few coffee shops and dive bars, but nothing like Old South Gaylord Street on the East Side of the park.  Still, it is among Denver’s most desirable neighborhoods and for good reasons: easy access to downtown or the tech center on I-25 or the nearby light rail, minutes to Cherry Creek, quaint architecture, and of course, the park.

A 2.6 mile jogging path encompasses the park with a concentric paved 2 mile biking, walking, rollerblading path.  The interior of the park provides two beautiful gardens and two lakes, one with its own boat house where visitors may rent paddle boats and surreys.  It’s easy to see why Wash Park is one of Denver’s most frequented locations and why residents enjoy living nearby.

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