The Barnum neighborhood offers a lot for people looking to buy a 1950s-era single-family home close to downtown.
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The history behind the Barnum neighborhood and several of the others is they were annexed to Denver in 1896. According to the city of Denver, the area is named after P.T. Barnum of the Barnum and Bailey Circus. He purchased 760 acres in 1882 as an off-season winter respite for his show, and originally named many of the streets in the area after famous people.
Public Schools: Newlon Elementary School, Barnum Elementary School
Parks: Barnum Water Park, Weir Gulch Park, Barnum East Park, Barnum Mountain Bike Park
Activities: Go on a bike ride along the Platte River Trail or visit the Barnum Recreation Center. In the winter go ice skating at The Rink at Belmar nearby.
Attractions: To see a true Denver secret, wander down Osage St. to the Buckhorn Exchange; where you are sure to find a unique atmosphere and menu that embodies the old Denver western spirit.
6th Ave to the north, Alameda Ave to the south, Sheridan Blvd to the west and Federal Blvd. to the east
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Listing information last updated on July 7th, 2020 at 8:46am MDT.