The Country Club neighborhood was created in 1902 when a group of investors, intent on creating a premier residential neighborhood in Denver, purchased 400 acres of land for the project. Leading architects were commissioned to design homes in an array of styles which lead to the diverse collection of architectural influences seen in the Country Club neighborhood today. The architectural history of the neighborhood has been well preserved partially due to the establishment of three historic districts (Driving Park, Country Club, and East Seventh Avenue) that cover 100% of the homes in the neighborhood.
The neighborhood consists of less than 400 homes making it one of Denver’s smallest and most exclusive neighborhoods. Wide parkway style streets and Mediterranean gateways characterize this picturesque neighborhood. The majority of the homes in Country Club are the original, grand, and spacious structures that were built in the early 1900s on large lots with deep setbacks. North of 4th Avenue and south of 6th Avenue in Driving Park, buyers can find smaller bungalows and some side-by-side duplexes that have more accessible price-points relative to the rest of the neighborhood. Buyers who are drawn to the Country Club neighborhood are generally seeking large, unique homes that are full of history and conveniently located to Downtown Denver and walkable to the Cherry Creek North shopping district.