Home to diverse architecture, spacious parkways, and convenient to both Cherry Creek and downtown, Hilltop offers a delightful urban neighborhood with homes ranging in style from sprawling 50’s ranches to brick Tudors to newly built French chateaus. Running alongside Colorado Boulevard and a square mile in scope, Hilltop includes two popular neighborhood parks residents love for walking dogs, strolling babies and entertaining kids of all ages. Neighborhood cafes and quaint mom-and-pop grocery stores are within walking distance. High-end but not pretentious, being a regular in this neighborhood is appreciated no matter age, income or ethnicity.
Cranmer Park was developed in 1923 by George Cranmer, Manager of Improvement and Parks for Denver from 1935-1947 and was also credited with developing Red Rocks and Winter Park. Enjoy its big Front Range views and the park’s sundial sculpture on the plaza that includes a map of the mountain range and the peak’s names and elevations. Robinson Park is smaller, but loved by dog walkers for its open space. City Park is not far and includes a metropolitan golf course, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science and other recreational treats.
Once a residential area popular with doctors working at the nearby University of Colorado Hospital, it now offers homes of every size and draws families attending the popular K-8 Graland Country Day School, Steck Elementary, and those wanting easy access to downtown Denver and Denver International Airport.