Driving around the neighborhoods of Denver, its hard not to admire the lovely classic homes. Denver has many landmarked districts where the neighborhood relishes restoration instead of replacement.
Today on a chilly, winter morning we leisurely drove up and down Denver city streets enjoying a "bus man's holiday." Yes, all week we deal with Denver real estate, and even on a day off we find ourselves drawn to exploring.
The good thing about doing a self tour is that you can start in any of the many fine neighborhoods; Seventh Ave. Parkway, Cheesman, Congress Park, Country Club, Cherry Creek are the areas we toured today.
If you have a hankering for some International Colorado History, visit the Molly Brown House Museum at 1340 Pennsylvania Street. Molly was a Denver Socialite who survived the Titanic. Her lovely Victorian home is a delight to visit and a perfect ending to a Denver classic home tour.