Homes in Washington Park tend to be quite a bit more expensive than their suburban counterparts. Buyers can expect to pay a premium to live in the area with homes starting in the high $300s and going all the way up to the millions.
Cherry Creek offers historical mansions, urban-style condos and established neighborhood homes. Buyers looking in Cherry Creek can expect to pay $500,000 to the millions for their home.
Since it is an up-and-comer in the Denver neighborhood scene, buyers expect to pay less to live in Baker than they would in other popular areas such as Washington Park. Older homes needing a little work can come in around the $300s while newer condos and remodeled homes can go for $400,000 and above.
With the boom in popularity, developers have swooped in to build new apartments and condos where older structures and parking lots used to lie. For condos and smaller homes, buyers can find homes in the $300s, but real estate in the area quickly goes up to above the $700s.
Buyers will find rows of old Victorian homes with new development just around the corner. Condos can start in the mid $200s and go all the way up to above the $500s. Homes can also vary widely from the $300s to above the $700s.
Within the neighborhood, buyers can find a variety of architecture as well as price points. Smaller condos can be snagged for the $100s while homes will be in the $200s to $500s.
Buyers can find everything from historic mansions to new condos. With a wide range of options, real estate in the area can sell for below $200,000 to above $500,000.
Buyers can find a variety of single family homes, row houses and condos. Most of the homes in Stapleton have been built in the last 15 years or so. Buyers can expect to be in the high $200s for a condo and in the $400s-600s for a single family home.