The suburban neighborhood of Holly Hills is made up predominantly of owner-occupied single-family homes and townhomes. Holly Hills boasts older and well-established homes with 85% built between 1940 and 1969. Newer homes have also been added between the years 1970 to 1999.
The current vacancy rate of Holly Hills is 2.8% - lower than 88.5% of all neighborhoods in the U.S. – meaning, the housing supply is in short supply and in high demand. Commute times are manageable with about a 10 to 15 minute drive to both to the Tech Center and Downtown Denver. The average commute time for a working professional in Holly Hills is 15 to 30 minutes.
Families living in Holly Hills can take advantage of the Cherry Creek school district, one of the highest achieving districts in the state. The neighborhood’s location is central to major retailers, grocers, and local specialty storefronts. Visit a favorite brewery – Bull and Bush – for a cold pint and some tasty pub grub. Making it easy to stop in for a few items whenever you need, the Sunflower Market among other grocery stores are all within walking distance from the Holly Hills neighborhood.
The prime locale of Holly Hills makes it a desirable neighborhood for many new Denver residents. Contact the experts to help you find the home you have been looking for and provide you with the right information. Elevation Realty are your premier real estate experts, with all the industry knowledge and connections to help make your transition as easy as possible.
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