Denver Hilltop Community Community Information

Neighborhood Amenities

Minutes away are retail shopping, schools, and modern medical facilities in neighboring communities; the most notable being Cherry Creek, with multiple shopping centers, restaurants and lively city streets where the region's rich cultural history is celebrated.
The state's signature event and a nationally top-ranked celebration is the annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival that attracts over 350,000 people each year. In addition to the many other fairs, festivals, carnivals and parades that occur year round in East Denver, residents of Hilltop and the surrounding subdivisions are able to experience the fun and excitement associated with big city amenities all the while maintaining a peaceful and serene residential neighborhood in which to live.

Three parks are located within the borders of Hilltop with nearly 20 more nearby. The Crestmoor Community Association which is populated by Hilltop and Crestmoor residents also has activities for energetic residents in tennis, swimming and various other events. In addition, Cherry Creek Country Club is close by for people who like to golf and get involved in other recreational activities, and just to the east of Crestmoor in the neighborhood of Lowry is an indoor ice rink.

City of Denver Amenities

Hilltop is home to some 7,500 residents who live in the shadows of beautiful downtown Denver, with its thriving business, shopping and cultural attractions. The Denver metropolitan area is situated where the east meets the west, where the Rocky Mountains begin and the eastern plains end. Only 346 miles west of the geographic center of the United States, Denver and its encompassing communities are accessible to visitors from across the country by plane, train, or automobile. Several major interstate arteries pass through the city and travel by air from most U.S. destinations can be accomplished in less than three hours. Whether it's the nearby skiing, the vibrant cultural and recreation opportunities, the championship sports teams or the world-class airport, amenities of the Denver metro area make it an ideal place to live, work and raise a family.

When it comes to the weather, balmy, sunny days with cool evenings define the spring and fall months. Warm and sunny days (not only in the summertime but in intervals that punctuate the year) enable locals to take advantage of the region's outstanding outdoor recreational opportunities such as fishing, boating, hiking, cycling and golfing. The winter months can be cold, but sunny skies and a dry climate typically make the air warm and crisp when out of the shadows. Of course, winter in Denver is a welcomed season because the area features some of the finest snow skiing in the country, if not the world.

For Hilltop residents, endless opportunities exist. Located at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is one of America's most beautiful cities. Blessed with over 300 days of sunshine a year, Denver is a lively city with a great love of the outdoors. Here you'll fine the nation's largest city park system, 90 golf courses and an incredible 650 miles of paved biking trails. Still, Denver remains also a very cultural and sophisticated city. Denver has the tenth largest downtown in the U.S. It consists of a bustling area centered around a mile-long pedestrian promenade that is lined with outdoor cafes and flower baskets. Affectionately known as Sports Town USA, Denver is one of only a few cities to offer seven professional sports teams, a list that includes the NFL Broncos, NHL Avalanche, NBA Nuggets and the MLB Rockies. Denver is also home a Grand Prix and one of the world's largest rodeos, the National Western.

Downtown Denver is home to three new sports stadiums, 300 restaurants, a restored historic district filled with 90 bars and brewpubs, a collection of museums, a variety of galleries and shopping malls, the second largest performing arts center in the nation, three uniquely different college campuses and even an elaborate amusement park, Six Flags Elitch Gardens. Denver also boasts one of the highest educated populations in America who have an appreciation for the arts. Academic institutions in Denver include the University of Colorado at Denver, The University of Denver, Regis University, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Colorado School of Trades, Denver Automotive and Diesel College, Metropolitan State College of Denver and the Westwood College of Technology. Other major universities within an hour's drive include the Air Force Academy, University of Colorado at Boulder and Colorado State University.

The amenities and opportunities available to Hilltop residents are endless. Whether they are recreational, educational, or employment related, locals are blessed with many choices. Additionally, and more importantly, these choices do not come with the sacrifice of residing in loud and busy, traffic-filled areas so commonplace in large cities across the country. In Hilltop, residents can look out upon and beyond their neighborhood to view the region's natural beauty in the form of towering trees, large mountains, flowing springs and streams and green hillsides. Subdivisions such as Hilltop truly make for remarkable places to live. So, if you are seeking to purchase a home in the greater Denver area, consider buying property in Denver's historic eastside district and discover for yourself the luxurious lifestyle that awaits you.

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