Bonnie Brae, or “Pleasant Hill” in Gaelic, is bordered by University Boulevard on the west, Steele Street on the east, Exposition Avenue on the north and E. Mississippi Avenue on the south. Planned in 1923 by a prominent Denver planner, it was meant to feel like a Scottish village. While the oldest homes in the area were built in the early 1920’s, the majority of the residences were constructed in the 1940’s and 50’s, allowing for a large variety of architectural styles, including Tudor, traditional and mid-century modern. Mature landscape, well-manicured lawns and curvaceous streets make Bonnie Brae one of Denver’s most beautiful neighborhoods.
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