Bonnie Brae is a peach of a neighborhood. It used to rely on being brick to justify a $50,000 price premium over southern neighbor Cory Merrill. However, it became a darling of spec new home builders in the Denver area, and then land values started screaming up from $350,000 for a 6,250 sf lot to $400,000 to $450,000 to… Now, it is not uncommon to find million dollar homes on these windy tree-lined streets among the original charming bungalows. For the most accurate list of homes currently for sale in Bonnie Brae, we put together a dynamic, auto-updated list below.
What is the official neighborhood group registered with the City of Denver for the Bonnie Brae neighborhood?
Residents of Bonnie Brae are represented by the Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Association.
What are the boundaries of the Bonnie Brae neighborhood?
Tiny little Bonnie Brae is bordered by South University Boulevard to the West, East Exposition Avenue to the North, East Mississippi Avenue to the South and South Steele Street to the East. Centered around Bonnie Brae Park, Bonnie Brae is tucked in between Washington Park East, Cory Merrill, Belcaro and the Polo Club.
What are some good restaurants or bars near Bonnie Brae?
New home owners can feast on the S. University Blvd restaurants such as The Saucy Noodle and Bonnie Brae Tavern, head over to Old South Gaylord for The Washington Park Grille or The Tavern Wash Park, or jump a little North and hit up anything in the Cherry Creek area – from sushi to pizza to burgers, there is no shortage of options. Also, see below for schools that surround the Bonnie Brae neighborhood, which is located just north of Cory Merrill and just East of Washington Park.
Take a candid, impromptu tour of the Bonnie Brae Neighborhood with Realtor® Rick Janson
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