In search for a private, regal, substantial estate within Denver’s populous metro area? The Country Club neighborhood is the place for you. The neighborhood features lushly landscaped homes and streets as the layout of the streets and lots are far more generous than the typical Denver grid. The Denver Country Club, a private club, is located on the southern boundary of the neighborhood, along Cherry Creek. Country Club Historic Neighborhood (CCHN) was developed in the early 1900s along with the Denver Country Club and was designated as a Historic Landmark District in 1990. The Country Club neighborhood is bound by University Boulevard, Cherry Creek, Downing Street, and 8th Avenue. Most of the homes are stately turn of the century properties, most all have been wonderfully maintained and updated through the years. The district incorporates some of Denver’s finest examples of the Denver Square style and the Gothic, Colonial, Mediterranean, and other early 20th century eclectic revival styles. Many of these houses were designed by Denver’s most prominent architects including Fisher and Fisher, Benedict, Biscoe, Gove and Walsh, and Varian and Sterner. The Country Club neighborhood is one of a kind, and if your pocketbook is privileged to handle it then this might be the perfect place to call home!