Baker is an eclectic and hip neighborhood in Denver that is close to Westwood, Capitol Hill, and Speer. Baker is home to a lot of Denver history, and residents love it for that reason. Broadway is a busy street that houses vintage shopping, with every type of cuisine you could want.
There are phenomenal Asian restaurants, brewpubs, and places to hang out at all hours of the day and night. There are places to go for everything you’re looking for, including live music and dancing. The Mayan Theater has been around since the 1930s, and it’s a popular place to grab a drink or watch an independent film. There are many great parks and green spaces in the community, including the popular Phil Milstein Park, which has plenty of trails and places to take in all the beauty of nature.
Properties in Baker include many condos, townhomes, multi-family homes, and single-family homes.
Multi-family homes start around $450,000 and can cost up to $700,000. There are many new construction properties in Baker. They have between one and two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms.
Single-family homes start at $425,000 and can cost up to $750,000. These homes typically have between two and three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Many of Baker’s homes have a historical style or very modern construction.
The Baker neighborhood is one of the larger Denver neighborhoods, and it’s one of diversity. It is one of the first neighborhoods in the city, being first developed in the 1870s, and is located in the urban core. It’s actually the home of Denver’s first newspaper.
Many people that live in Baker are young professionals, young families, artists, and singles. There are a variety of significant local landmarks, galleries, coffee shops, and local businesses that make up the vibrant community. There is convenient access to transit nearby, and many of the amenities are within walking distance.
There are four elementary schools in Baker, which include Lincoln Elementary School, Valverde Elementary School, Goldrick Elementary School, and Barnum Elementary School. Middle schools include Kepner Middle School and Grant Middle School. The high schools are South High School and Abraham Lincoln High School.
There are plenty of local gems to shop and eat at, and many of them have been staples in the community for a long time. A local favorite is The Hornet, which offers brunch, happy hour specials, and late-night eats.
Baker is the perfect combination of family living with access to great schools, single-family homes, and family-friendly amenities, all while being close to the action, entertainment, and art scene that the city has to offer. Baker offers the best of both worlds, and this dynamic and charming community has something for everyone.
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