These charming East Denver neighborhoods feature interconnected greenways lined by fine homes that reflect popular architectural styles of the last 100 years. They are roughly bounded by East 17th Avenue Parkway, East 6th Avenue Parkway, Montview Boulevard, and Clermont, Forest, Monaco, and Richthofen Parkways.
Hilltop and Crestmoor are home to Robinson Park, a 7-acre park at East 3rd and Fairfax, and to Cranmer Park. Originally called Mountain View Park, Cranmer Park is a 23-acre park with lavish flower beds, a sundial, and a flagstone deck that serves as a guide for viewing the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak.
Richthofen Parkway leads to Montclair, an 1885 suburb that, thanks to subsequent infill, was annexed to Denver in 1902. This heterogeneous district resembles a catalog of residential styles from the 1880s to the 1990s.