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Indian Creek

Noteworthy Mention of the Indian Creek Neighborhood

Denver’s Indian Creek Neighborhood is a happy in-between neighborhood between Denver and Aurora. Many homeowners enjoy the tight-knit community Indian Creek has to offer.

Homes in the Indian Creek neighborhood were constructed in the 1980s and feature stone/brick and pastel vinyl siding construction typical of decades past. The neighborhood’s housing is split between single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. Drive through the Indian Creek Neighborhood and it’s clear why young couples flock here. Residents consider the neighborhood a very safe and very quiet neighborhood that is close to the southeastern suburbs and the generally pleasant lifestyle there.

The Indian Creek Neighborhood is about half an hour to either downtown or the Greenwood Village/Tech Center area. Denver’s Cherry Creek shopping oasis is only a few miles away and there is close-by shopping and dining in Lowry, which is a few minutes’ drive from Indian Creek. It is also close to great bike and pedestrian trails: the Highline Canal, which winds northeast from Indian Creek, and the Cherry Creek bike path, which heads towards downtown.

The Indian Creek Neighborhood is best known for its small sub-division feel inside a larger city.

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