Denver, Colorado has 78 micro-neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and demographics. Home values can vary greatly from one cross-street to the next, making it important for buyers to understand the individual neighborhood profile for the area they are shopping. Those looking to call the Mile High City home can easily save thousands of dollars, or spend much more, by adjusting their home search a few blocks in any direction.
Wellshire is located at the south/central edge of Denver, sharing boundaries with the cities of Englewood and Cherry Hills Village. The neighborhood is made up entirely of single family homes, with the exception of the Cherry Hills III Condos, at the NW neighborhood boundary. Wellshire has a median household income of $107,939 per year, scoring well above the citywide household average of $63,793 (RPR, Nov. 2020). It also has access to one of the most coveted K-8 schools in Denver Public Schools, nearby access to a handful of private schools, and was ranked #7 Best Neighborhood in Denver according to 5280 Magazine’s 2020 Neighborhood Report.
Check out the graphic below for more information on this Denver neighborhood, and let’s talk if you think Wellshire might be right for you.
I love where I live and want you to do the same. Throughout my career, I’ve had the privilege of working in some of the most beautiful homes, built by the best craftsmen and designed by the best architects. I have a real passion for everything that goes into creating each of our communities and can help you find the perfect neighborhood for your lifestyle.
My specialty areas are south Denver and the surrounding communities including: Platt Park, Wash Park, Denver University, Observatory Park, University Hills, Wellshire, Englwood and Cherry Hills Village.