The history of the Alamo Placita Historic District tells the story of the 1860's prairie land along Cherry Creek. Moses Hallett had the foresight and bought the land in 1864. Hallett's quarter section of land became Arlington Park and later named Alamo Placita Neighborhood. Robert W. Speer became Denver's first mayor under home rule in 1904 and his exuberance for Denver's City Beautiful Movement and Alamo Placita Neighborhood was Speer's first major real estate investment and developed the land.
4 Posh New Residences Located Within The Alamo Placita Historic District. Following Strict Building Guidelines, 512 Washington Was Created With A Timeless Design Unique To The Neighborhood. Sleek Designer Kitchens Display Custom European Style Cab...
Sunny Denver Square In Desirable Alamo Placita Historic District. Beautiful Quarter-sawn Woodwork On The Main Floor, Gorgeous Oak Staircase, Oak Mantel With Original Tile Surrounding A Wood Burning Jotul Stove In The Living Room , Oak Pocket Doo...
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Unit 104 - 669 N Washington St, Denver, CO - $349,000
Spacious & Bright Condo In Heart Of Gov's Park. Totally Remodeled In 2014. Beautiful Kitchen Offers Dark Cabinets, Quartz Countertops, Stainless Appliances, Glass Tile Backsplash & Dine-in Island. Kitchen Is Seamlessly Connected To Dining And Livi...
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