7th Ave Historic District

The 7th Avenue Historic district in Denver is home to some of the greatest pieces of Architecture from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s. The homes in this area housed some of the most prominent figures of the west from Governors to Business people. The District is one of the largest Historic Districts in Colorado.

I could go on and on about the area but Sonja Leonard Leonard from Leonard Leonard & Associates has already done a great job with her web page dedicated to many of the areas around Denver. Please see her link below,



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I am a 26 year old Realtor in Denver CO, I was born in Aspen and I currently live in South East Aurora. I work with first time buyers, investors and anyone who does not want to deal with the Realtor from 1977, although I can wear plaid pants if it makes you feel better. I use technology to support my clients and I work a full time job in Real Estate. Listing Luxury homes as well as Rental units for investors cover's my experience from the lowest price ranges in the Denver metro all the way through the High End and everywhere in the middle. Real Estate Advice & Opinions Get this Widget
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2 Responses to 7th Ave Historic District

  1. Tom McHenry says:

    You’re right about the 7th Avenue Historic District. Located right between Downtown and the Cherry Creek shopping district, it has the most architectural character of any of Denver’s neighborhoods. There are 4 grocery stores within easy walking distance and tons of restaurants and coffee shops. We love living there. Check out our home at http://www.740Washington.com

    • kinslowii says:

      Hi Tom, i dont know if I said thanks for reading the blog when you made this comment and I do appreciate you checking it out! I am doing a open house just south of 7th ave tomorrow from 12-3 at 1133 e 3rd ave that is a Historic Denver home and was the 3rd project Fisher did in Denver, feel free to come see me!

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