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Arapahoe Acres Historic District
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Building Community and
Supporting Historic Preservation

Arapahoe Acres is the first post-World War II residential subdivision listed as a historic district in the National Register of Historic Places.

Constructed between 1949 and 1957, it is a community of 124 unique, modern homes.

A variety of natural stone, brick, block, wood and glass join expressively, unified by an earthtone palette and horizontal forms.

Broad streets, circles and landscaping provide sweeping, park-like views.

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This website was initially developed as part of a community historic preservation project in partnership with the State Historical Fund & Historic Denver.

Copyright © 1999-2008 Arapahoe Acres Historic Preservation Network. Last modified January 2008

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