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Country Club

Prestigious enclave with a storied past.

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Country Club

Country Club Historic District, as the name suggests, was developed in conjunction with the Denver Country Club in the early 1900s by the Fourth Avenue Realty Company who chose prominent architect William E. Fisher as its principal designer. The Country Club Historic District was designated as a Landmark District by the City of Denver in 1990 due to its historical, architectural, and geographical significance. 

What To Expect

Consisting of less than 400 homes, Country Club is one of Denver’s smallest and most exclusive neighborhoods. The district incorporates some of the city’s finest examples of the Denver Square style and the Gothic, Colonial, Mediterranean, and other early 20th century eclectic revival styles. Many of the homes were designed by Denver’s most prominent architects including Fisher and Fisher, Benedict, Biscoe, Gove and Walsh, and Varian and Sterner. 

Why We Love It

As one of the city’s most cherished and scenic neighborhoods, Country Club may exude luxury and sophistication, but the charm and sense of community is what makes this neighborhood one of the most coveted in the city. Wide parkways and well-maintained sidewalks are enveloped by canopies of 100-year-old American elms, providing residents with a private and serene atmosphere to enjoy. 

Country Club by the Numbers

Using data for single family homes closed in 2020

$1,982,317

Average Sale Price in 2020

46

Average Days on Market in 2020

63

Properties Sold in 2020

Source: REcolorado

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