Buying a home in Bonnie Brae
Shopping for a home in Bonnie Brae? Let’s talk a little about the neighborhood and what you can expect.
Bonnie Brae is placed east of University between Mississippi and Exposition Avenues. Its east and west boundaries are University and Steele Street, respectively. The neighborhood was developed in the 20’s on land that had formerly been owned by the Kansas Pacific Railroad. This was before it became part of the city of Denver.
A businessman named George W Olinger accumulated land in the area for a development project. He named the Neighborhood ‘Bonnie Brae’ is a translation from Gaelic of a ‘pleasant hill’. The neighborhood is easily identified by its stone pillars, which were an early investment into the neighborhood’s character.
Real Estate Prices in Bonnie Brae Neighborhood
The average sale price of a home in Bonnie Brae is between $1,400,000 and $1,500,000. There may be homes found for as little as $500,000 and as much as $2,500,000.
Denver Schools around Bonnie Brae
Bonnie Brae is near many Denver Public Schools including;
Bonnie Brae Area Public Schools Schools
Cory Elementary School
Hill Middle School
Merrill Middle School
George Washington High School
South High School
Attractions and Things to do around Bonnie Brae
Bonnie Brae is in the heart of Denver and is a very short commute to many destinations.
One area favorite is Bonnie Brae Ice Cream:
Local Parks Include:
Cherry Creek Park
City of Karmiel Park
James N Manley Park
and Pulaski Park
Other Location features:
10-15 minutes from 16th Street Mall.
5 Minutes from Cherry Creek Mall.
15 minutes to the Highlands