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Cheesman Park in the Fall
Cheesman Park in the Fall

Homes for sale in Cheesman Park are in one of the most central, luxury home neighborhoods in metro Denver. It is located southeast of downtown and right in the middle of the popular Congress Park and Capitol Hill areas. The community was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on September 17, 1986, is also a U.S. Historic district, and is on the Colorado State Register of Historic Properties.

Many of the single family homes in Cheesman Park are above $500,000, and many are well into the millions of dollars. The average listing price for homes for sale was $737,801 for the week ending September 9, 2015, which represented an increase of 3.6% or $25,917 compared to the prior week. The usual styles are Classical Revival and Mission/Spanish Revival.

Denver Botanical Garden

This 24-acre “urban oasis” garden is in the southeast corner of Cheesman Park and is one of the top rated Botanic Gardens in the United States.

Botanical treasures and horticulture await your discovery on guided tours of the plants and landscapes from all over the world.

Glow at the Gardens

On Wednesday evenings, October 14, 21 and 28, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., this newest event will have lighted-up jack-o’-lanterns and pathways lined with luminaries that will reveal pumpkin displays that will be larger than life. There will also be scavenger hunts, free face or tattoo painting until 8:00 p.m.,The Story Seeker, a pumpkin silent auction, a pumpkin carver, and other activities, all of which will be included with the admission.

The Offshoots Café will feature two fall-inspired dinner specials, and there will be a cash bar with specialty drinks.

When you attend one of the special events held here, you get a unique experience and also support one of Denver’s cultural landmarks. The Garden, as a nonprofit, relies on a variety of sources including the revenue from special events to fund its operations.

Celebrity Features Cheesman Park

Best-selling Colorado author Carrie Vaughn, age 42, posed for a picture in Cheesman Park, which she chose as the setting for “Kitty Saves the World”, her 14th novel. That will end that series that features her recurring character, Denver radio personality/werewolf, Kitty Norville. Carrie’s interview was prior to her recently reading from and signing copies of the book at the Tattered Cover Colfax.

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