Cory-Merrill Homes for Sale, Denver
Cory-Merrill homes for sale were once part of the Town of South Denver (which had boundaries along the South Platte River, Alameda Ave., Colorado Blvd. and Yale Ave.). The neighborhood's present real estate is bounded by Mississippi Ave., Colorado Blvd., the I-25, and University Blvd.
Named after the schools in the vicinity, Cory-Merrill was founded in 1858 as a dry town, because its residents didn’t much like the saloons that had taken over Denver at the time. Today, Cory-Merrill retains a quiet, suburban feel in the heart of the city.
There has been substantial in-fill redevelopment in the Cory-Merrill market over the years. With architecture ranging from brick Tudors, to single-story ranches, to modern two-story homes, Denver homebuyers will have plenty to choose from. Not only that, but residents are close to a plethora of dining and shopping options along the bustling Colorado Blvd at its eastern edges.
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