Homes for Sale in Congress Park

Congress Park originally became populated in the late 1800’s and was home to the middle class. It was also known in the early years as Cemetery Hill The Congress Park neighborhood’s western boundary is York Street, on the north by Colfax Avenue, on the east by Colorado Boulevard and on the south by Sixth Avenue.”[3] The actual park offers eight tennis courts, several athletic fields, a children’s playground, a picnic pavilion, and one of Denver’s few public outdoor swimming pools. One of the popular sights in the neighborhood is viewing the lovely historic mansions that can found throughout the area. One well known property is the Molly Brown House at 1340 Pennsylvania of Titanic fame-“The unsinkable Molly Brown” was known to live in Congress Park. Stop by the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art at 1311 Pearl St. as well.