One amazing period of architectural design, the Mid Century home style has captivated the attention of would-be homeowners over the years. Yet, this unique craftsmanship and artistry has only pockets of neighborhoods where there are ample homes to choose from with this style.
To save you both time and effort, we've put together a list of neighborhoods where you can find many different styles of mid century to select from. Enjoy your hunt and familiarize yourself with these unique and wonderful communities.
One of Colorado's treasured and unique neighborhoods is Arapahoe Acres in Englewood, CO and by far, a shining examples of a Mid-Century neighborhood in Denver metro. Prices currently range from $400k to $500k.
Fun Fact: Arapahoe Acres was the first neighborhood to be listed as a Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places.
Arapaho Hills is Mid-Century custom home development in Littleton in the Southwest of the Denver metro area. Prices currently range from $400k to $500k.
Fun Fact: Arapaho Hills may not have been the very first neighborhood on the Historic Registry but is one of few neighborhoods in Denver metro that is!
Bonnie Brae homes are some of Denver's finest examples of luxury real estate along with Mid-Century and Turn of the Century Architecture, with new homes also in the mix. Prices currently range from $600k to $2M.
Fun Fact: Bonnie Brae means “pleasant hill” in Gaelic.
Harvey Park is a quiet, family-friendly neighborhood about 15 minutes' drive southwest of downtown Denver. Styles of Harvey Park homes for sale range from brick ranches to authentic mid-century modern homes, and with relatively more affordable price tags. Prices currently range from $300k to $600k.
Fun Fact: Built in the 1950s, Harvey Park consists of over 4,000 homes of mostly all brick ranches.
Some of the most desirable pieces of Denver real estate come in the form of Hilltop homes for sale. This neighborhood was developed in the 1940s and 1950s, offering larger classic Tudor-style homes as well as the mid-century architecture of ranches and two-story properties.