Why you'd want to live in Bonnie Brae
Located in a central Denver and comprising just a few sweet blocks between Exposition, Mississippi, Steele, and University, the Bonnie Brae neighborhood is jam-packed with charm and a warm sense of community. From the eponymous Bonnie Brae Ice Cream (a Denver favorite with frequent lines out the door), to its charming access to Washington Park around the corner, Bonnie Brae manages to have something for everyone inside its small borders. Boasting its own public library, convenient access to public transport, and an easy stroll to the gorgeous boutiques and intimate eateries on South Gaylord, it's easy to see why there is always an eager list of folks ready to move to this sweet urban oasis. With quintessential Colorado eagerness to pair city living with easy access to recreation, the Bonnie Brae neighborhood (along with its cozy next-door neighbor, Wash Park -) offers its residents everything from tennis courts, jogging trails, lakeside bike paths, basketball courts, paddle boats - and an in-door recreation center for those snowy winter days. One of Bonnie Brae's unique aspects comes from the wide variety of architectural styles available to its residents - in this Denver space, English Tudors cozy up alongside modern stucco mansions and nostalgic craftsman homes. It's tree-lined streets gently guide its residents towards the beautiful Cherry Creek Arts District, while it's proximity to the University of Denver ensures Bonnie Brae consistently maintains its youthful vibrancy.