6th to 8th Avenues, Marion to Gaylord
This is the neighborhood that I chose as my home over 20 years ago! It is All-American and I tell everyone that it is like a very attractive small town in the middle of a very big city.
In North Country Club we walk our children to the local neighborhood schools, Bromwell and Dora Moore. Watch for the school house tours for both these schools in the fall each year. These FUNd raiser house tours feature some of the loveliest homes in the neighborhood and it is a worthy cause in which thousands of dollars are raised to pay for “extras” at each school.
We enjoy tree-lined parkways with hundred year old trees.
The architecture here is a wonderful variety of many styles, shapes and sizes. We are home to the charming small park called Little Cheesman Park and are proud that much of our area is included in the 7th Avenue Historic District.
– Sonja Leonard Leonard
656 Williams Street
This style isn’t seen often in Denver, but I wanted to include it as my house at 656 Williams is typical of the Pueblo style. It has a flat roof with parapet wall which has round edges. Straight window frames with earth colored stucco adobe brick walls and projections.
600 Williams Street
The unique knee braces under the eaves as well as the built in garage distinguish this North Country Club Bungalow.