edgewater: Edgewater is the Denver neighborhood no one is talking about - yet! - 10/18/11 05:55 AM
Edgewater, Colorado is one of those Denver neighborhoods that no one is talking about – yet! It is a small town just west of downtown Denver that has a lot of potential to grow in housing values in the next 5 years, which makes it very attractive for investors who are looking for houses in the Denver area to fix up and re-sell. Edgewater is also a Denver neighborhood that is attracting young home buyers who aren’t afraid of putting some work into a home that will become an investment for them in the future.  Edgewater houses are full of potential.
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edgewater: Edgewater neighborhood growing in popularity for young homebuyers - 01/06/11 03:05 PM
The Edgewater neighborhood, located on the western edge of Sloan's Lake, is growing in popularity for young home buyers due to its accessibility to downtown Denver and affordable home pricing. Edgewater got its start as a cluster of fishing shacks in the early 1900's, but has since grown to a full town with its' own style and energy.
Edgewater Park, overlooking Sloan's Lake is a great place for kids to play and hang out, for adults to meet and greet each other, and for dogs to run (on leash of course) near the water's edge.  Watch the video below for a … (2 comments)

 
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