Country Club Neighborhood was originally developed in conjunction with and directly adjacent to the Denver Country Club. Several prominent Denver architects of the time created a neighborhood with unique street-scape configurations and large, expansive Spanish Colonial, Mediterranean and Denver Square homes.

What makes this neighborhood truly unique is the coveted Cherry Creek Historic District. This enclave of homes from Downing to University and 1st Ave to 4th Ave is characterized by the grand Spanish Gateways opening up to broad parkway streets, 100 year Elms and meticulously manicured sprawling properties.

Because of it’s proximity to Denver Country Club, Congress Park and Cheesman Park, residents of Country Club have access to parks, swimming pools, tennis courts, athletic fields and the Denver Botanical Gardens. For shopping enjoyment, the luxurious Cherry Creek Shopping Center and Cherry Creek North boutique shopping district are directly within walking distance.

Lifestyle Highlights

Cherry Creek Farmer’s Market (May – Oct, Saturday and Wednesday) – Largest and most popular farmers market in Denver showcasing Colorado’s finest farmers, ranchers and growers around.

Fruition Restaurant – Alex Seidel is hands down one of the best chefs in Denver. Seasonal menus and a fierce commitment to exceeding guest’s expectations make Fruition a destination restaurant for all Denverites.

Oliver’s Meat & Seafood Market – Serving Denver for over 88 years, Oliver’s only serves all natural meat and seafood.

Landmark Theater – Originally opened in 1927 , the Esquire (as it’s called) has retained its charm, received numerous awards and forever remains a local favorite.

Joy Wine & Spirits – Originating as a pharmacy in 1963, the recent shift to a wine and spirit store has been received with rave reviews in pricing, convenience and customer service.

Cherry Creek North – Premier neighborhood destination for shopping, spas, adrestaurants, art galleries and boutiques stores.

Denver Country Club Fireworks (4th of July) – Can been scene from most surrounding neighborhoods.

Cherry Creek Art Festival (4th of July weekend) – Since 1991 this three day event draws hundreds of artists from around the world and has received multiple awards and national acclaim making it Colorado’s signature cultural event.

  • Stately mansions built by Denver’s premier architects
  • Unique street-scape configurations
  • 100 year old Elm trees
  • Cherry Creek Shopping Center
  • Denver Country Club
  • Denver Botanical Gardens
  • Congress Park
  • Cheesman Park
  • Cherry Creek Bike Path
  • Denver Bike Routes (D-11, Cherry Creek Trail)
  • Driving and plenty of on-street parking
  • Limited RTD bus lines; on main thoroughfares only
  • Four nearby Denver B-Cycle stations
  • Not easily walkable but can be done

Neighborhood Boundaries

E Alameda Ave – 6th Ave

Downing St – S University Blvd

Surrounding Hoods

Cheesman Park

Cherry Creek

Washington Park

Public Schools

Bromwell Elementary (K – 5)

Morey Middle School (6 – 8)

East High School (9 – 12)

Defining Qualities

Parks, neighborhood shopping and restaurants, Denver bike routes, tree-lined streets, golf course, farmer’s market, on-street parking

“I grew up here and can’t imagine living anywhere else. It was and still is the tightest community neighborhood in Denver and has the best schools. I want my kids to experience the same neighborhood community as I did which is why we moved back.”


Olivia P – Lifetime resident of Country Club