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Noteworthy Mention of the Goldsmith Neighborhood

Goldsmith is nestled between the popular streets of Yale, Evans, and Quebec. This southern Denver neighborhood attracts many for its ease of commuting to various parts of Denver, and its quaint residential ambiance.

Architecture and Homes in Goldsmith

Homes found in Goldsmith are mainly single-family detached homes from the 1960s and 70s that remain in excellent condition. Many houses are perched on large grassy lots with tree-lined streets, giving Goldsmith a calm, suburban feel. Residents choose Goldsmith for its tucked away location, yet enjoy the convenient access to both downtown Denver and the Denver Tech Center. This neighborhood tends to attract long-term homeowners, many of whom have children, are empty-nesters/retirees, or are young professionals. Goldsmith is a quiet and quaint residential neighborhood, and usually provides a lower cost of living without compromising quality lifestyle standards.

Restaurants and Culture

On the north side of Goldsmith, Evans Avenue offers up many restaurants and service providers, along with easy access to I-25. Many businesses are also located along the major thoroughfares of Monaco and Quebec, both streets which also run through the neighborhood. A number of prominent fitness centers, like the Colorado Athletic Club at Monaco and Chuze Fitness, are centrally located and provide top-notch equipment, classes, and amenities for your workout.

Recreation in Goldsmith

Denver’s longest “urban park,” the High Line Canal, meanders through Goldsmith and provides a healthy escape from city living. From Yale to Evans, the Canal snakes nearly 3 miles through this neighborhood where you’ll enjoy the towering cottonwood trees while you walk your dog, ride your bike or engage in a run.

On the north side of Goldsmith, you’ll find the enjoyable Cook Park, and on the neighborhood’s southern border, one of Denver’s premier parks — James A. Bible Park — is ready to provide endless hours of outdoor exploring. There you’ll find plenty of open space and fields, and the park is encircled by the High Line Canal.

Enjoy golfing? The private Cherry Creek Country Club is due east of Goldsmith. Further to the southeast is the City of Denver Kennedy Golf Course.

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