An enclave of architectural charm and diversity, the side-by-side neighborhoods of Hilltop and Crestmoor offer beautiful yards on large lots with abundant trees. Bordered by Sixth Avenue to the north, Alameda Avenue to the south, Colorado Boulevard to the west and Monaco Street to the east, with Holly Street serving as the dividing line between the two communities, the area has retained its market appeal throughout the years. The neighborhoods feature custom ranch homes, English Tudors, traditional two-story and modern poptops. Three parks grace the neighborhood: Cranmer, Crestmoor and Robinson. Cranmer Park was built in the `30s with a spectacular inner-city view of the Front Range; a local ordinance even ensures that nothing can block the view west of the park. At one edge of the park, a sundial seven feet across keeps time and attracts interested children. Crestmoor Park runs along Monaco Street and brims with soccer and softball players. Robinson Park is ideal for sledding in winter. Home buyers are drawn to the lifestyle, fine public schools and proximity to downtown Denver and Cherry Creek available in these neighborhoods. It`s easy to understand why Hilltop and Crestmoor are considered to be two of the most sought-after-communities in the Denver area.