Out of more than 200,000 neighborhoods throughout the United States, Curtis Park was recently named by real estate website, Redfin, as one of the 10 Hottest Neighborhoods of 2015. And it’s no wonder.
Named for the beautiful park it surrounds (William Curtis Park), the Curtis Park neighborhood is bordered by Broadway Ave. to the north, Sutterville Road to the south, Highway 99 to the east and Freeport Blvd. to the west.
Apart from the park itself, just one of the reasons why Curtis Park is such a desired area to live is its unique character. Homes in Curtis Park are charming yet spacious, and are anything but cookie cutter: brick Tudor homes sit next to remodeled highwater bungalows, which in turn are neighbors to Spanish revivals, and so on.
The new construction at Curtis Park Village will bring many new homes and retail outlets, thereby adding more convenience as well as charm to the area.
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