Washington Virginia Vale is a neighborhood in Denver, Colorado with a population of 18,909. Washington Virginia Vale is in Denver County and is one of the best places to live in Colorado. Living in Washington Virginia Vale offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Washington Virginia Vale there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in Washington Virginia Vale and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Washington Virginia Vale are above average.
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Washington Virginia Vale Reviews
It is neither the worst, nor the best place to live. I enjoy my experience due to the fact that it is affordable. With the amount of people moving to Colorado, Denver specifically, rent is skyrocketing. We were lucky enough to find this place before that happened. Maintenance is usually on time, and thorough with their work, and the community facilities are generally clean and well taken care of. The people here aren't as warm to other people though, due to the fact that most are foreign, and are shy towards other people. Also, in the park right across the street there are usually groups of men, thug looking men, that cat call at the women, and make it uncomfortable to walk in the park. If I were to choose to live here, it would be based solely on the fact that it is affordable and that I am not looking for much at the time. This is are is okay compared to other places in the country. Fairly safe, and clean. I see this place's prices following the rest of the city's movement, and becoming very expensive to live in in the future.
I enjoy the general area, shopping near by along with great restaurant selections. Feel safe walking around, friendly neighborhood. I would live here again if we were able to purchase a home that's affordable, we currently have a condo. Feel safer in this area than previous town I lived in.
This area has become less great since the gentrification started, however, the location is amazing; it's equidistant from about all the important places in Denver and the surrounding communities.