Country Club

With its huge lots and imipressive architectural masterpieces, Country Club is one of the most private-feeling and exclusive neighbhorhoods in the City.

Development began in 1905, with several additions to follow.  Beautiful homes of Colonial, French Chateau, Tudor, Santa Fe and Georgian styles along with Denver Squares, Victorians and large bungalows make this neighborhood an architectural treat.  The Park Lane Square (Circle Drive) subdivison, designed in 1926 by renowned landscape architect Saco DeBoer, includes some of the neighborhood’s most exquisite homes sited on massive lots and beautiflyy curving street. The Spanish gate at 4th and Franklin sits at the original entrance to the Denver Country Club and conveys the beauty and exclusivity of the neighborhood.

The Country Club North area, with its smaller homes but equally charming diversity of architectural styles, is highly desirable for its proximity to good schools and shopping in the Cherry Creek shopping district.

BOUNDARIES – COUNTRY CLUB:  North – E. 4th Avenue (from Downing to Race) and E. 6th Avenue (from Race to University)   South – E. 1st Avenue  East – University Boulevard  West – Downing Street

BOUNDARIES – COUNTRY CLUB NORTH:  North – E. 8th Avenue  South – E. 6th Avenue  East – Gaylord Street  West – Marion Street

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