Denver Country Club Area Information

Denver’s Country Club neighborhood was developed in the early 1900’s and is punctuated by wide parkways and distinctive gates. Located on the National Registry of Historic Places and designated a landmark district, this neighborhood boasts elegant homes and mansions designed by famed architects Fisher and Fisher, Jacques Benedict, and Burnham Hoyt to mention a few.

Named for the exclusive private Denver Country Club on 1st and Gilpin Streets, this neighborhood boasts 100 year old trees, easy access to downtown Denver, and diverse architecture including Tudors, Georgians, and Mediterranean influenced span colonials.

Boundaries:

Speer Boulevard to Fourth Avenue; University to Downing

Noteworthy:

  • Bike paths
  • Cheesman Park
  • 6th Avenue boutique shops
  • 4th of July neighborhood parade
  • Walk to Cherry Cricket for Denver’s best burgers
  • The Lark gift shop
  • Oliver’s Meat Market

Neighborhood Association:

Country Club North Area Information

Williams Street Parkway was developed with smaller versions of its neighbors and was known as “bride’ row” for the newly married. Charming tudors and bungalows were built from Sears and Roebuck plans in the teens and early 1920’s.

Boundaries:

Speer Boulevard to Sixth Avenue; University to Downing