Hilltop has long been considered one of Denver’s best neighborhoods. The predominant architecture is 1930’s to 1960’s ranches and two stories. Many have been extensively remodeled. Recently, many new homes have been built here as “in-fills”. In other words, builders bought vacant lots
and built brand new homes. These newer homes have become ubiquitous. They range in price from $1M-$4M and are generally over 3000 square feet…plus finished basements. There are smaller and older homes here too. They generally are priced from $350,000 to $1.2M. Sizes range from 900 square foot homes built in the 1960’s to expansive ranches and more historical homes (both bungalows and gracious two-stories). There are even a few colonial styled homes here.
Hilltop has several Jewish synagogues, a Greek Orthodox Church, and many other churches nearby. For many years Hilltop was known as the Doctor’s Neighborhood because many physician moved here to be near the hospitals. Today, it is one of the most fashionable addresses in Denver. It is very professional in its demographics, with a high average-income per household.
The local private school, Grayland, is popular with families throughout the city. It educates students in grades K-8 and the tuition is in the low five figures. There is a selection process to get in to the school.
Local Hilltop residents enjoy easy access to the nearby Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Rose Hospital and Medical Center, the VA hospital, and the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. There are several large local parks and the Robert Loup Jewish Community Center nearby.
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