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Taking Advantage of the Homestead Acts of the mid-1800 The Bunger family, farmers from the mid-west, found more profitability in crops than gold mining. By 1876 every plot was being cultivated. In the beginning, wheat was the main crop giving away apples, strawberries, raspberries, and various other vegetables.  Fred Bunger had the industrious idea to collect on commission the produce from all the farms and transport them to customers in Denver. They sold at the first produce market at 20th and Curtis St. Myron Bunger opened Wheat Ridge's first fruit stand at West 38th Ave. 

By 1932 Myron and Howard with sister Berness pulled together $8,000 for a down payment on 80 acres centered at West 26th & Youngfield. Maple Grove Reservoir provided the water rights for the produce grown in the area. In 1938 Myron's trading skills resulted in the payment of apple seeds. With the ground too hard to plow. The remedy of crowbars pounded into the ground with a stick of dynamite resulted in aerated soil, powerfully fertilized by gunpowder producing an abundant orchard.  Some of these trees are still growing in Applewood Glenn. By the 1950s housing tracts were in more demand. 450 Hutchinson Homes were built North of 20th ave and West of Youndfield. Soon after the area was named Applewood. Spanning from 18th & Youngfield St. From Colfax to 38th Ave. Kipling to South Table Mountain, homes cross from Lakewood, Wheat Ridge & Unincorporated Jefferson county. Nine Applewood developments started with Applewood Mesa. 600 half-acre plus west of Youngsfield along what is now 32nd Ave was the first to be developed through Applewood Mesa Realty. 

From early farms to late ranches to the "City of Applewood", no 4.8 square mile area has been more popular. Hence "The Heart of The West"


To the East of downtown Denver or into the Foothills to the west, the Applewood neighborhood provides larger living spaces with larger lot sizes. Townhomes and apartments give options for smaller sizes. Senior living accommodations as well.

Along with Applewood Athletic Club, Applewood Swim and Tennis Club, Applewood Golf Course, The Club at Rolling Hills, Taprooms Such As Tellers and Mountain Tap long-standing establishments such as Abrusci's and Tafolinos Mexican mixed in Applewood Village for grocery, and the iconic Applejack Wine & Spirits means having everything you need within your neighborhood. 

Allowing for quick access to I-70 or 6th Ave. C-470 or Colfax Ave., you will find yourself in any area of metro Denver within minutes. 

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