Built on winding roads around Crestmoor Park, the Crestmoor neighborhood was built in the 1960′s and 70′s as one of Denver’s first modern suburbs. The large lots are today a mix of ranch style homes built during this time period and a number of newer custom builds varying in style and architecture. This quiet neighborhood offers a very friendly environment with excellent access to Downtown Denver and Cherry Creek North. The neighborhood has retained value very well through the economic downturn and is primed to appreciate even more in the future. The Crestmoor Neighborhood offers easy access to both Lowry retail district and Cherry Creek North retail district.

Crestmoor Denver Homes

Boundaries: Alameda Ave. (South), Holly St. (West), S. Monaco Pkwy (East) and 6th Ave (North)
Walk/Transit Score: 58/43 ( Applies to Hilltop & Crestmoor
Schools: Denver Public Schools, Carson Elementary, Steck Elementary, Hill Middle, George Washington High
Neighborhood Associations: Crestmoor Park Neighborhood Assoc., Crestmoor Park (2nd Filing) Homes Assoc., Crestmoor Park HOA
Legal Descriptions: Crestmoor Park 1st Flg, Crestmoor Park 2nd Flg., Eastern Capitol Hill 3rd Flg
Population: 8,271 people in Hilltop and Crestmoor according to


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