The Bonnie Brae neighborhood stretches from Mississippi and Exposition Avenues (South and North), and Steele Street to University Boulevard (East and West). One of the most striking characteristics of Denver's Bonnie Brae neighborhood is you know exactly when you are in it: on the narrow stretch of University Boulevard you'll find the popular Bonnie Brae Ice Cream, Bonnie Brae Tavern, and even the Bonnie Brae Church. Read more about The Bonnie Brae neighborhood and real estate.
In the 1920's Bonnie Brae neighborhood got its name after the Gaelic term, "Pleasant Hill" and was designed to emulate a small Scottish village. Bonnie Brae neighborhood features some of the most innovative architecture of the 1930's, when architects focused on function, not the ornamentation, of teh building, and used classic elements of design in new ways. After the constrcution of Ellipse Park in 1936, a housing boom followed and the neighborhood continued to grow.
Today, Bonnie Brae is well known for its quircky shopping district as well as its display of stately, historic homes.
Bonnie Brae Homes for Sale and Real Estate
The neighborhood home prices start around $300,000. Many of the homes are tudor or bungalow style homes. You can also find million dollar one of a kind newer custom homes in Bonnie Brae neighborhood.
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Listing information last updated on July 29th, 2014 at 10:27pm MDT.