Cory-Merrill Neighborhood Information and Homes for Sale
The Cory-Merrill neighborhood is located south of Bonnie Brae, east of Washington Park and south of University Park. Cory-Merrill is located south east of the city center in an area identified as Denver South East.
Cory-Merrill Denver Neighborhood Homes
For an average-sized single-family neighborhood, Cory-Merrill Denver real estate is in the midst of an architectural evolution. It’s located southeast of downtown and bordered on the west by University Boulevard, the south by I-25, the east by Colorado Boulevard and the north by Mississippi Avenue.
Although architecturally defined by squat bungalows and classic ranches, there’s a noticeable transition to larger neo-eclectic and contemporary mansions with an emphasis on stone, brick and rugged-looking wood facades. Many of these newer homes are also accented with Victorian tiling and mission-style stucco. There are very few (if any) apartments, duplexes or condos. Read More...
Aesthetically, tree-lined streets help create a family-focused environment with wider roads, more prominent front yards and a quiet, relaxed neighborhood. Cory-Merrill Denver neighborhood homes are listed with the zip code of 80210.
Market statistics for the Cory-Merrill neighborhood are listed below. Please feel free to contact Stacy if you would like a more detailed analysis of Cory-Merrill real estate.
Although the Cory-Merrill neighborhood lacks the small-town shopping spots of other neighborhoods such as Washington Park, its proximity to retail-nooks like South Gaylord Street and nature-goldmines like Washington Park affords this neighborhood immediate access to the best Denver has to offer.
Bordered by a busy stretch of Colorado Boulevard, there are all manner of creature comforts available such as Dave and Busters, an IMAX theatre, a Safeway supermarket, a Best Buy and an array of fast food, gas stations and shopping centers. This neighborhood is also the sprawling home of the Archdiocese of Denver and the top-rated Cory-Merrill Elementary School. Finally, University and Colorado are both major thoroughfares leading directly to I-25.
Although there are no major multi-family projects happening in the Cory-Merrill Denver neighborhood, there are a lot of single-family projects, specifically pop-tops and “scrapes”. On almost every other block, new or newer mansions loom over older ranches and bungalows. From the amount of construction still underway it’s apparent that Cory-Merrill is in the process of a major face-lift.
Completed in 2023, this Thomas James Home offers an open floor plan that showcases 10 FT ceilings, beautiful 7.5 Plank Oak Floors, and large...
Corner lot with lots of space and a huge 2 car oversized garage! This home features a...