Washington Park Real Estate comprise a neighborhood of over 3000 homes divided up amongst 26 original subdivisions that were carved from the prairie between 1896 and 1926. The homes built were Victorians, Denver Squares, Bungalows, and Ranches. Today these same homes have been enlarging, remodeled, popped and scraped, giving us the blend of the old and new, the nostalgic and edgy that brings us the amazing mix of neighbors we have.You can also get Washington DC Listing Report from Metro Homes Group.
The buyers of the homes in Washington Park are listed as cool hunters, empty nesters, investors, out-of-towners, and bloomers. Cool hunters are those who thought living in a loft in downtown Denver was a good idea, but who found themselves running with their dog, losing their frisbees, or playing volleyball in Washington Park.
These 5-buyer groups have lots to pick from for their purchases. There are homes in the neighborhood that did not have the necessary maintenance over the decades. There are those that were maintained but were not remodeled. Then there are the unique structures that have been updated with new mechanical, roofs, windows, and kitchens and baths.
Price appreciation has been strong in Washington Park Real Estate over the last 13 years. However, the first quarter of 2009 saw significant changes in several respects. First, the mix of homes sold has shifted. The growth segment is no longer new builds, but now the larger bungalows.