Montclair is located East of Quebec, South of Colfax and west of Yosemite.
With the Silver Crash in 1893, development quickly halted. However, the foundation had already been laid for Montclair to become a unique and architecturally diverse community. In 1975, the area was designated as a Historic District. And today, Montclair remains one of the most popular neighborhoods in Denver.
As Denver architectural critic Tom Morris puts it, “Montclair buildings are a catalog of architectural styles from 1885 to the present. If a person is interested in what the American suburban dream might look like if ever brought to fruition, Montclair is its living model.”
Montclair has so much to offer from wonderful little cafes to enjoy Krameria café to Yeme Café, to cute coffee houses to sit with a friend and catch up. Or you can enjoy a nice walk with your dog at Montclair Park, Denison Park or Kittredge Park.
This neighborhood includes grand old trees, large lots with distinctive homes like nineteenth-century Victorians, wonderful bungalows, Tudors, cozy cottages and your typical ranch-style homes.