6 Reasons to Love Central Park
Neighborhoods | Schools | Parks | Pools | Commuter Rail | New Construction

  1. The Neighborhoods No matter what you are looking for, the sub-neighborhoods of Central Park have it. With 11 (and 2 more planned) sub-neighborhoods, Central Park is expansive. Each neighborhood offers a unique style and vibe. All sub-neighborhoods offer excellent access to open space, great pools, and wonderful schools.
  2. The Schools Good schools are a huge bonus to a neighborhood. Central Park’s schools are rated among the very best in Colorado. Central Park’s schools are new, they are innovative and they are backed by a community of active, involved, well-educated and committed parents who support the schools with dedication.
  3. The Parks and Open Space Central Park features over 50+ parks and open spaces. Parks are part of the DNA of Denver. With over 300 days of sunshine a year, spending time outdoors is a majority priority in this city. Central Park has been built with this mantra in mind. Walking or riding instead of driving. Getting to know your neighbors. In many ways, parks are what make this neighborhood so special.
  4. The Pools Central Park has developed six Denver pools. The location of the pools has been thoughtfully planned so that all of Central Park's residents can enjoy them. Each pool has been created with it own unique feature designed to cater to different kinds of swimmers.
  5. Commuter Rail The University of Colorado A-Line commuter rail line servicing downtown Denver and Denver International Airport (DIA) runs through Central Park. Central Park Station in the rail line stop. Commuter times to downtown average 12 minutes and time to the airport averages 25 minutes.
  6. New Construction (Central Park Builders) In total, Central Park offers homes built by approximately 25 different home builders. Each builder offers a unique mix of style and features. Regardless of what style of house you are looking for – there is likely a builder in Central Park that has built the home you are after.

Homes for Sale in the Stapleton Neighborhood January 26, 2021
7
Listed
29
Avg. DOM
$226.09
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$695,000
Med. List Price
7 Properties
$1,300,000
Subdivision: Central Park
7
Beds
5F13/411/2
Baths
5,335
Sq.Ft.
2015
Year Built
1
Day on Site
9775727
MLS
*Showings begin Thur 1/28*This sophisticated Infinity Haus 3 radiates timeless design, craftsmanship and luxury*Situated on a large lot overlooking Sandhills Prairie Park, you can enjoy open space,...
$925,000
Subdivision: Central Park/Stapleton
4
Beds
1F33/411/2
Baths
4,007
Sq.Ft.
2010
Year Built
94
Days on Site
6488297
MLS
Bright, airy Central Park home with mountain views situated on a corner lot with a short distance to local neighborhood pools and to the light rail station for easy access to the airport and downtown....
$850,000
Subdivision: Central Park
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
3,401
Sq.Ft.
2012
Year Built
6
Days on Site
9930010
MLS
Wonderful Thrive single-family home in Central Park West. With 4 bedrooms upstairs, a 5th bedroom in the finished basement, a designated main floor office & multiple flex areas, this home has all the...
$695,000
Subdivision: Central Park
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,245
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
5
Days on Site
8971933
MLS
Classic paired home in a great Central Park Location. Designed for low maintenance living this home is perfectly suited for a lock and leave lifestyle. The main living level is open and ready for...
$670,000
Subdivision: central park
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
2,726
Sq.Ft.
2016
Year Built
6
Days on Site
9062447
MLS
FOLKS OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS YOUR SEARCH IS OVER! COME SEE THIS 2-STORY SINGLE FAMILY HOME LOCATED IN WICKER PARK, WHICH IS IN THE HEART OF THE CENTRAL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD. GREAT LOCATION! MODERN LIVING IN...
$390,000
Subdivision: WEYBURY OF LANCASTER
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,355
Sq.Ft.
1996
Year Built
2
Days on Site
8524187
MLS
Beautiful and spacious 2-Story House on quiet Cul-De-Sac within walking distance to Heartland Elementary. Excellent Overland Park location and school districts. Bright and open floor plan so great...
$134,500
Subdivision: Central Park
1
Beds
1
Baths
721
Sq.Ft.
2021
Year Built
93
Days on Site
8699706
MLS
Remarkable opportunity to own in the heart of Central Park. Construction has started with an estimated Summer 2021 delivery. As part of the Denver's Affordable Housing Program, income guidelines...
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Central Park Homes for Sale

Central Park homes for sale sit on the former Central Park International Airport site, one of the largest urban infill developments in the nation. Central Park is an assortment of residential homes, parks, office space, shops, apartments, luxury brownstones and mansion homes, all connected by a large trail system and within walking distance of shops and town centers. Central Park is an amazing place to live simply because of all that it offers while being minutes from downtown. The master plan for Central Park focused on components necessary to create a thoughtful, desirable and ultimately, successful community. Components such as parks, open space, green belts, numerous community pools, miles of bike and footpaths, easy access to shopping and dining, top-tier schools, and abundant public transportation. Central Park homes for sale have been built on a foundation that incorporates the best things about Denver’s classic neighborhoods - parks, welcoming front porches, ally-loaded garages, architectural diversity, tree-lined streets, and walkability. Central Park homes for sale are all new or newer construction homes. Central Park construction began in 2002 and 11 sub-neighborhoods and counting have been completed. A dozen plus home builders have contributed to the diversity of home styles and price points that make up the residential landscape. Construction in Central Park is centered around forward-thinking construction principals. Items like the use of water-wise landscaping, LEED certification, energy-efficient building standards, sustainable building materials and alternate energy sources. Central Park has become a community that celebrates a diverse mix of uses by neighborhood. Each Central Park neighborhood has its own unique style and layout. For instance, homes in Central Park West are oriented on a mews - linear green spaces that take the place of streets. Homes are oriented toward these quiet parks fostering a unique sense of community. Conservatory Green introduces a looser expression of the established city street grid, typically found in Denver. Here the land is the inspiration, and the streets take on a more organic flow. Will Park East continues the theme of Conservatory Green and weaves 5 parks naturally into the design of the neighborhood. Make sure to check out all of Central Park to find the area that fits you best. Central Park is home to a mix of growing families, young professionals, empty nesters and numerous stand-out community leaders. 

The master plan for Central Park focused on components necessary to create a thoughtful, desirable and ultimately, successful community. Components such as parks, open space, green belts, numerous community pools, miles of bike and footpaths, easy access to shopping and dining, top-tier schools, and abundant public transportation. Central Park homes for sale have been built on a foundation that incorporates the best things about Denver’s classic neighborhoods - parks, welcoming front porches, ally-loaded garages, architectural diversity, tree-lined streets, and walkability. Central Park homes for sale are all new or newer construction homes. Central Park construction began in 2002 and 11 sub-neighborhoods and counting have been completed. A dozen plus home builders have contributed to the diversity of home styles and price points that make up the residential landscape. Construction in Central Park is centered around forward-thinking construction principals. Items like the use of water-wise landscaping, LEED certification, energy-efficient building standards, sustainable building materials and alternate energy sources. Central Park has become a community that celebrates a diverse mix of uses by neighborhood. Each Central Park neighborhood has its own unique style and layout. For instance, homes in Central Park West are oriented on a mews - linear green spaces that take the place of streets. Homes are oriented toward these quiet parks fostering a unique sense of community. Conservatory Green introduces a looser expression of the established city street grid, typically found in Denver. Here the land is the inspiration, and the streets take on a more organic flow. Will Park East continues the theme of Conservatory Green and weaves 5 parks naturally into the design of the neighborhood. Make sure to check out all of Central Park to find the area that fits you best. Central Park is home to a mix of growing families, young professionals, empty nesters and numerous stand-out community leaders. 

Central Park homes for sale have been built on a foundation that incorporates the best things about Denver’s classic neighborhoods - parks, welcoming front porches, ally-loaded garages, architectural diversity, tree-lined streets, and walkability. Central Park homes for sale are all new or newer construction homes. Central Park construction began in 2002 and 11 sub-neighborhoods and counting have been completed. A dozen plus home builders have contributed to the diversity of home styles and price points that make up the residential landscape. Construction in Central Park is centered around forward-thinking construction principals. Items like the use of water-wise landscaping, LEED certification, energy-efficient building standards, sustainable building materials and alternate energy sources. Central Park has become a community that celebrates a diverse mix of uses by neighborhood. Each Central Park neighborhood has its own unique style and layout. For instance, homes in Central Park West are oriented on a mews - linear green spaces that take the place of streets. Homes are oriented toward these quiet parks fostering a unique sense of community. Conservatory Green introduces a looser expression of the established city street grid, typically found in Denver. Here the land is the inspiration, and the streets take on a more organic flow. Will Park East continues the theme of Conservatory Green and weaves 5 parks naturally into the design of the neighborhood. Make sure to check out all of Central Park to find the area that fits you best. Central Park is home to a mix of growing families, young professionals, empty nesters and numerous stand-out community leaders.   Read More...