Crestmoor Park

Enjoy the Perks of City Living While Savoring the Serene Suburban Vibe that Defines this Unique Community.

Crestmoor Park transcends the conventional definition of a neighborhood; it embodies a genuine sense of community. Envision families leisurely biking along expansive, winding streets adorned by some of Denver's most majestic trees. Picture couples strolling hand in hand, savoring the majestic views of the Front Range, while individuals partake in invigorating jogs within the intricate trails woven through the expansive greenery of Crestmoor Park, the namesake and true centerpiece of the community. This enclave isn't merely a residential area; it's a living tapestry of shared moments, outdoor activities, and a collective appreciation for the natural beauty, architecture, and an exceptional location that defines the Crestmoor Park neighborhood.

Established from 1936 through the 1960s, Crestmoor is a highly sought-after community beautifully integrating diverse architectural styles. Amidst the predominantly residential landscape, you'll encounter English Tudors, Georgians, two-story colonials, and ranch-style residences, all harmoniously coexisting with some of Denver's most elegant custom homes.


Masterfully blending the timeless charm of its classic historic past with contemporary enhancements, Crestmoor preserves its rich heritage while catering to the preferences of today's homeowners. This commitment to a harmonious balance creates a living environment that pays homage to Crestmoor's history while embracing the conveniences and aesthetics of modern living.

Bordered by 6th Avenue to the north, Alameda Avenue to the south, Monaco Parkway to the east, and Holly Street to the west, Crestmoor provides the ideal location. A haven within Denver’s urban landscape, residents get the best of both worlds — a peaceful retreat with seamless access to the dynamic offerings of the city. Additionally, living in this neighborhood ensures convenient access to bus stations, I-25, and the broader metropolitan area, with a brief twenty-minute commute to downtown.


Crestmoor's proximity to Mayfair, Hilltop, Lowry, and Cherry Creek North neighborhoods not only enriches the overall living experience but also enhances access to a myriad of amenities. Residents enjoy easy reach to green spaces, exceptional restaurants, vibrant nightlife, and a wealth of cultural offerings. This strategic location creates a seamless blend of tranquility within Crestmoor and the dynamic experiences available in the neighboring areas, providing residents with a diverse and fulfilling lifestyle.


Residents' quality of life in Crestmoor is significantly elevated by the wealth of local recreational amenities, with Crestmoor Park playing a central role. This expansive 37-acre public park serves as the heart of the community, acting as a focal point for various activities throughout the spring, summer, and fall seasons. Crestmoor Park boasts baseball fields, a playground, tennis courts, and vast green lawns, transforming into a vibrant hub where residents and visitors can participate in a diverse range of outdoor activities. During weekend mornings in the fall and spring, the lawns come alive with local Denver kids engaged in league soccer games, while their parents cheer from the sidelines.


Furthermore, residents have the option to become members of the private Crestmoor Community Center nestled within the park. This exclusive facility offers three pools and six tennis courts, providing additional avenues for recreation and relaxation during the summer months. The combination of public and private amenities creates a dynamic and inclusive environment, contributing to the overall well-being and enjoyment of life for Crestmoor residents.


Crestmoor is aligned with the Denver Public Schools, offering access to esteemed institutions such as Carson Elementary, Steck Elementary, Hill Middle, and George Washington High. Moreover, the neighborhood is near two outstanding private schools: Graland Country Day School and Stanley British Primary School. Each of these educational establishments provides a robust and comprehensive curriculum.


Immerse yourself in the Crestmoor Park lifestyle and discover an exceptional Denver neighborhood enriched with distinctive architecture, a vibrant community spirit, top-notch schools, a prime location, and the allure of one of the most beautiful parks in the city. Enjoy all the perks of city living while savoring the serene suburban vibe that defines this unique community.


  • Enjoy a night out at: nearby Cherry Creek North for chicken parm pizza at Quality Italian, steamed mussels and the most amazing fries at Le Bilboquet or a dirty martini at 801 Chophouse
  • Spend a sunny Colorado afternoon: enjoying pretzels, brats and handcrafted beers at Lowry Beer Garden
  • Pick up fresh produce at: Pete’s Fruits and Vegetables, an iconic market in Hilltop with an onsite butcher, prepared meals with Greek flair and a Wednesday Night Food Truck Market Dinner
  • Get everything you could ever need at: Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Lowry Town Center or Leetsdale Marketplace Shopping Center, each just a few miles away



Overview for Crestmoor Park, CO

1,800 people live in Crestmoor Park, where the median age is 41 and the average individual income is $80,640. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Around Crestmoor Park, CO

There's plenty to do around Crestmoor Park, including shopping, dining, nightlife, parks, and more. Data provided by Walk Score and Yelp.

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Points of Interest

Explore popular things to do in the area, including Margot Denver, Haykin Family Cider, and Carol Mier Fashion.

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Dining 3.97 miles 7 reviews 5/5 stars
Dining 4.88 miles 25 reviews 5/5 stars
Shopping 4.34 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 4.56 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 4.73 miles 5 reviews 5/5 stars
Active 3.15 miles 8 reviews 5/5 stars

Demographics and Employment Data for Crestmoor Park, CO

Crestmoor Park has 633 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Crestmoor Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 1,800 people call Crestmoor Park home. The population density is 4,646.264 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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