Country Club Historic Neighborhood, as the name suggests, was developed in conjunction with the Denver Country Club, located to the south. Generally, the layout of the streets and lots in the district is far more generous than the typical grid. It is the combination of different streetscape conﬁgurations combined with a range of early 20th century architectural styles that create the unique character of our neighborhood. The district incorporates some of Denver’s ﬁnest examples of the Denver Square style and the Gothic, Colonial, Mediterranean, and other early 20th century eclectic revival styles. Only 380 homes comprise this magniﬁcent neighborhood, which is still inhabited by many of Denver’s most social and politically elite.