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“I lived in Park Hill for 10 years and loved the ever-changing dynamic of urban living. Many of my clients live there and work Downtown, doesn’t get better for them.”

This warm and welcoming neighborhood is located directly east of the 330-acre City Park in northeast Denver. Near to the Denver Zoo and Denver Museum of Nature & Science, this community, with its tree-lined streets and eclectic collection of homes, has long been one of the area’s most popular neighborhood destinations.

The amazing residences and lifestyle appeal to a wide range of home buyers, from growing families and retirees to young professionals.

Greater Park Hill is comprised of three smaller neighborhoods, known as Northeast Park Hill, North Park Hill and South Park Hill. Greater Park Hill’s boundaries are Colfax Avenue on the south, Colorado Boulevard on the west, 52nd Avenue on the north, and Quebec Street and Syracuse Street on the east. With common east and west boundaries, Northeast Park Hill and North Park Hill share a boundary with Martin Luther King Avenue, while North Park Hill and South Park Hill share a boundary with 23rd Avenue. Park Hill derives its name from its proximity to Denver’s City Park, and its positioning on the gentle rise onto the high plains east of the Platte River Valley.

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