Berkeley Denver Homes for Sale
are highly sought after for several reasons. Berkeley Denver has its own culture. Check out Tennyson Street from 38th to 46th to see an eclectic of old and new shops and restaurants. Everyone that visits Tennyson is proud to support local smaller businesses. Berkeley Denver Homes for Sale feature, grand Denver squares, bungalows, some 60’s ranches and big variety of newer homes.
The Berkeley areas humble beginnings happened in 1863 when the first homesteads in the area were granted. They were later sold in 1879 and turned into an alfalfa farm named Berkeley Farms. By 1892, 450 people lived in the area and the town named itself the Town of North Denver.
One of the main attractions that brought people to the Berkeley neighborhood was Elitch Gardens which was originally located at 38th and Tennyson. Elitch Gardens opened in 1890 as a zoological and botanical gardens. Elitch’s had a strong influence on the art culture in the neighborhood. For more information go to Berkeley Denver History.
Stroll the street for The First Friday Art Walk on Tennyson. Check out the galleries, restaurants, and boutiques and enjoy refreshments while you enjoy Tennyson Street’s arts – the galleries, live music, creative food and drink. The Berkeley Event Calendar will keep you up to date.