Mayfair stretches from Colfax Avenue south to Sixth Avenue, and Eudora Street east to Monaco Street. Click here to go to the Google Map of the neighborhood.
Designed and promoted after World War II as urban living with a suburban feel, Mayfair continues to appeal to families with its bungalows, Tudors, ranch style homes as well as wide streets, large lots and parks. Several areas with shopping and dining are within easy reach, including Mayfair’s own shopping center at 14th and Krameria Street as well as establishments along Colfax to the north and Colorado and 8th to the west. Several hospitals are nearby, including National Jewish Hospital and Rose Medical Center. Mayfair also is home to Mayfair Park, located at 10th and Jersey, and Lindsley Park along Hale Parkway. Mayfair is continuing to evolve with the re-development of the Health Sciences area at 9th and Colorado, and the neighborhood’s accessibility to nearby Lowry and Stapleton. With its easy access to downtown and location nestled among other fine neighborhoods such as Park Hill, Montclair, Crestmoor and Hilltop, Mayfair will continue to thrive for years to come.
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2014 Mayfair Real Estate Market Statistics
Number of Homes Sold: 212
Average List Price: $412,140
Average Sale Price: $380,040
Average Number of Days on Market: 36
Market Statistics data from REcolorado