Both Elyria and Swansea each began as separate, incorporated towns. Swansea was annexed into Denver in two phases, one in 1883 and one in 1902. Elia was annexed to Denver in 1902. The northern boundary of the neighborhood is Adams County, the eastern border is Colorado Blvd., the southern border is 38th Street and 40th Avenue and the western border is the South Platte River. There are current planning stages to connect North Denver's Neighborhoods with a cross over park over Interstate I-70.
Fully Remodeled! Seller Will Help Cover Closing Cost Or Help Buy Down The Interest Rate!
Come See This Beautiful Remodeled Home In Denver Which Features A Bright Open Floor Plan, New Flooring, And Spacious Rooms. The Kitchen Brings In Brand Ne...
Opportunity To Own In Denver For Under $300,000! Welcome To This Stunning Little Abode In The Swansea Neighborhood! This House Has Been Refurbished From Top-to-bottom, And You'll Swoon Over Its Open Floor-plan With Shiny New Floors. The Kitche...
Check Out This Development Opportunity In The Elyria-swansea Neighborhood, Not Far From The New National Western Complex. Buy And Renovate, Buy And Hold Or Develop Now. The Lot Is 2,870 Sq/ft And Zoned E-tu-b. This Would Be A Major Renovation, As...
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