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.
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.
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.
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1710 E. 6th Ave.
Originally a cheese and coffee shop now offering an expansive menu full of local, seasonal, and made-from-scratch dishes.
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1313 E. 6th Ave.
Intimate neighborhood restaurant serving Chef Alex Seidel’s interpretation of sophisticated comfort food.
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1700 E. 6th Ave.
Coffee shop offering locally roasted and handcrafted pours in a welcoming modern atmosphere.
Image Credit: Novo Coffee
1229 E. 6th Ave.
Neighborhood coffee shop converted from an old gas station located between Country Club, Cheesman Park, and Alamo Placita.
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1718 E. 6th Ave.
Fifth-generation family butcher providing only the finest meats, fish, and cheeses.
Image Credit: Oliver's Meat Market
1919 E. 4th Ave.
A neighborhood treasure selling traditional gifts and home accessories as well as offering interior design services and custom wedding registries.
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1700 E. 1st Ave.
Founded in 1887, the DCC the oldest country club west of the Mississippi, offering an 18-hole golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, Olympic-sized swimming pool, and more.
Image Credit: The Cultural Landscape Foundation
1303 E. 6th Ave.
Inclusive yoga studio deeply rooted in the ethical precepts of Ahimsa offering classes, workshops, and guided meditation.
Image Credit: Ahimsa Yoga and Wellness
1220 E. 6th Ave.
Full-service beauty boutique with a retail space specializing in offering a luxurious waxing experience.
Image Credit: Wild Kitty Waxing
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