Denver Neighborhood Diary: Entry One

July 15th, 2018

Dear Denver Diary,

Today we fall in love with the beautiful Wash Park neighborhood all over again. Being such a great escape from the sometimes chaotic downtown scene, Washington Park is one of the most peaceful communities in Denver. Locals gave birth to the notorious abbreviation “Wash Park” –and it has been evolving ever since. Wash Park is Denver’s very own Central Park with mountain views.

Wash Park makes souls smile. It’s not very often an urban neighborhood like this offers such a lush environment. We discovered Wash Park to be the perfect place for any family looking for that tranquil, laid back, city lifestyle. From multi-million dollar contemporary homes to some historic, brick, Victorian homes, we promise this location has something for every home buyer. Some say a sunset and those mountain views from the banks of Smith Lake will even take your breath away. An ideal day in the neighborhood involves a stroll around the 2.4 mile Wash Park loop and finding the perfect spot for a meditation underneath one of the many tall, majestic trees at the park.

We love to support our local business in the neighborhood! Be sure to check out Wash Park Chiro for an adjustment, Crossfit Wash Park for a workout you will never forget, and when you’re ready to buy, come see yours truly at Walters and Company Real Estate Services! Conveniently within walking distance of the park, one of Denver’s most up and coming hot spots–South Broadway, dubbed SoBo– is crawling with the best shops and eats. If you’re looking to get in shape, just consider Wash Park the fitness capital of Denver! Walk, jog, run, bike, kayak, paddle board, yoga–we do it all here.

We will never forget the day we fell in love with Wash Park.

Until next time,

Walters and Company