Designed to resemble a Scottish village, the Bonnie Brae neighborhood features winding tree-lined streets, a circular central park, and a collection of small shops. Residents can congregate and mingle around one of Denver’s most popular pizza spots, then stroll across the street to the iconic ice cream parlor and boutique shops. Home styles in Bonnie Brae range from charming little Cape Cods and tidy brick ranches, to larger two-story brick homes and English Tudors.
Named for the magnificent 54-room Georgian country estate and tennis pavilion built by retired Senator Lawrence Phipps in the early 1930s, Belcaro today features beautiful homes surrounding the mansion that remains at its center. The Belcaro neighborhood – one of Denver’s most appealing in-town neighborhoods – is a haven for elegant, predominantly ranch-style homes of all shapes and sizes. The homes gracing the winding streets at Belcaro’s center tend to be quite large and sprawl across vast, well-manicured lawns.