Denver’s Bonnie Brae neighborhood is a serene residential enclave, and its beautiful homes, mostly built in the 30s and 40s are typically tudor style, international style ( deco ), updated modern additions and newly built homes.
Located east of University Ave between Mississippi and Exposition Avenues, Steele St and University Blvd, Bonnie Brae was developed in the 1920-1940’s. The neighborhood’s unusual street patterns don’t follow the typical city street grid, and its winding streets surround an elliptical-shaped park.
The proximity to Cherry Creek and University Blvd with the landmark Bonnie Brae Pizza allow Bonnie Brae residents the ability to walk or bike to neighborhood shopping as well as the near by Washington Park.
Boundaries: University Ave between Mississippi and Exposition Avenue, Steele Street and University Blvd.