Bonnie Brae, a charming neighborhood of Denver, is a great option for renters seeking a quiet community with city amenities. Living in Bonnie Brae, a Denver neighborhood, gives residents easy access to personal services, such as Jaya Asian Grill in the neighborhood of Cory Merrill. Look beyond Bonnie Brae for that special apartment. Don't forget areas like Cory Merrill and Southeast.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
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Residents in the Bonnie Brae area enjoy being close to a variety of restaurants for a night out or celebration. Some of those are Bonnie Brae Tavern Inc and Seven30 South.
With recreational offerings like Congress Park Pool, residents can have some fun in the sun.
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Local Schools and School Districts
Schools near the apartments in Bonnie Brae are South High School, Girls Athletic Leadership School and St. Vincent De Paul School. Before getting too attached to a particular school, be sure to check with your local district to determine if the apartments for rent you are looking at are served by a preferred school or district.
A middle school in the Denver Public district, Girls Athletic Leadership School has a strong student-teacher ratio of 14-to-1.
The Denver 1 district provides one elementary school and one high school, with a lower student-teacher ratio and smaller student population than Denver Public Schools. Denver 1 district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Denver Public district.
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
With its attractive range of amenities and overall charm, Bonnie Brae is a more expensive city than nearby Cory Merrill. While Cory Merrill's average cost per household comes to $75.8K/year, Bonnie Brae's comes to $118.8K/year.
The neighborhood of Cory Merrill is somewhat different from Bonnie Brae in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In Bonnie Brae the median age is 44, while in Cory Merrill it's 38. The average household size for the neighborhood is 1.96 people, and it's 2.14 people in Cory Merrill. Of households in Bonnie Brae and Cory Merrill, 19% and 24% have children, respectively.
At $199.6K, the average income level in Bonnie Brae is significantly higher than that of Cory Merrill's, which stands at $109.1K.