Eclectic & Diverse

Elaborate mansions built in the 1880’s by some of Denver’s early millionaires were later joined by upper-middle class homes and mid-century high-rises. Nestled between 10th and 11th Streets on Sherman Street is Poet’s Row, a block of historic apartment complexes named after poets such as Emily Dickenson and Robert Frost. The many studio and one-bedroom apartments on Capitol Hill are home to an eclectic mix of residents, including the hipsters that add a vibrant energy to the area. Places to eat and shop - both funky and refined - are within easy walking distance, as are the gold-domed Capitol building, the Denver History Museum, and nearby Cheesman Park. 

 

Stats & Facts for 2016

# of Homes Sold: 359
Avg Sales Price: $320,000
Avg Days on Market: 21
 

 

Location: The Capitol Hill neighborhood is located just southeast of Denver’s Central Business District (CBD) in a well-established residential neighborhood and is bounded by Broadway, Downing Street, Colfax Avenue, and Seventh Avenue. 


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