Located in the north part of Denver, Chaffee Park has been around since the 1940s. The community has been named after Jerome B. Chaffee, who was a Denver founder and Senator from the 1870s. Chaffee Park and Regis border Twin Lakes and Arvada.
In the middle of Chaffee Park is Zuni Park, which is home to an array of recreational activities and annual festivals.
Condos and townhomes start at $300,000 and can cost up to $610,000. These properties average between one and three bedrooms and one and three bathrooms.
Multi-family homes start at $480,000 and can cost over $2,000,000. They can have one to three bedrooms and one to four bathrooms.
Single-family homes start at $400,000 and can cost over $520,000, and can have two to four bedrooms and one to four bathrooms.
The median home price in Chaffee Park is around $430,000. There are a large number of new construction homes emerging in the Chaffee Park area.
The community of Chaffee Park is one of diversity and leadership, as demonstrated in the community programs the residents partake in.
Chaffee Park joined the Sustainable Neighborhoods Program in 2014. Part of being a Sustainable neighborhood includes the education of gardening, healthy living, and more accessible recycling programs.
The community of Chaffee Park has access to grocery stores, local restaurants, and many retail shopping options. It’s not overly transit-accessible, or walkable, so residents recommend having a car when living here. It is about ten to fifteen minutes from the downtown core, so Chaffee Park is in an excellent location for those that work downtown. A major highway also borders it, so it’s conveniently located.
Zuni Park is in the heart of the community, and it’s one of its most popular features. The park is home to the annual Skyline festival, which highlights healthy living, activities for kids, and supporting local businesses. On an average day, residents take advantage of the pedestrian trails, the bike path, areas for picnics, the basketball courts, baseball field, green spaces, and an outdoor fitness equipment space.
The schools that serve Chaffee Park are Beach Court Elementary School, Bryan Webster K-8 School, Skinner Middle School, and North High School.
Chaffee Park has a strong sense of community, and residents come together to participate in making the community the best that it can be.
The community of Chaffee Park is growing, and the emergence of the new construction homes reflect that the community is evolving. Chaffee Park is a great community for families, for those who like the outdoors and want to have recreational activities close to home.
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