If you are looking for a great place to raise a family and need to find a place where commuting does not take forever, you will want to consider looking for apartments in Virginia Village Denver. The neighborhood is fairly large and is home to over 13,000 residents. Those who live here enjoy the peace and quiet along with the conveniences of being so close to major retailers and restaurants. Residents of Virginia Village, CO certainly have all the advantages of living in a big city with less hustle and bustle.
In looking for an apartment to rent, you will find that most Virginia Village Denver apartments range in price from $755 to $1040, depending on the size and number of bedrooms for which you are looking to rent. Most apartment buildings contain units that are either studio, one or two bedrooms. Most apartments have a laundry facility on site while a few have washers and dryers in the unit. Other amenities include air conditioning, a dishwasher, swimming pool and clubhouse.
There are several restaurants close to Virginia Village Denver that have received rave reviews. Some of the best and highest-rated eateries include Thai Pot Cafe, Black-Eyed Pea, Little Anita's New Mexican Food and Sojourners Coffee and Tea. If you're looking for a fun place to hang out and quench your thirst, there is plenty of opportunities for that as at places like The Beaver Dam and The Dirty Duck Bar.
For those wanting to enjoy the fresh Colorado air, there is also Four Mile Historic Park located right on the banks of Cherry Creek. The park hosts several events throughout the year including school field trips, a pumpkin patch in the fall and guided tours of Colorado's historic past.
If you are looking to rent a pet-friendly apartment, you are in luck as most apartments in Virginia Village, CO allow both cats and dogs. There are also several nearby pet services available such as a Petco,the VCA Aspenwood Animal Hospital, Evans East Animal Hospital and a pet groomer called Scissors Palace. One of the most popular pet places that has been in business for over 15 years is a doggy daycare called The Big Backyard
Most people commute to and from Virginia Village via car and it is relatively simple to do as the neighborhood is in close proximity to I-25. Commuters also have access to Denver's Public Transportation system which includes bus and light rail. Paved pathways make biking an option with a 15-mile path that connects Cherry Creek State Park in southeast Denver to Cuernavaca Park on the northwest side of downtown.
Public schools that are part of the Denver Public School System include Ellis Elementary School, McQueen Elementary School and Merrill Middle School. The closest high schools include George Washington High School and South High School. There are also several private schools in Virginia Village including Montessori School of Denver for grades K-6, Van Dellen Christian School for students grades K-8, Colorado International School for grades K-8 and Calvary Apostolic Academy for all students in every grade. The Most Precious Blood School is a Catholic school for grades K-8.