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 John Marston raised cattle and farmed the gently rolling hills of this southwestern Denver neighborhood long before the area was subdivided and developed in the 1960s. Marston Lake, which makes up much of the area is named after the early farmer. Today the neighborhood is primarily single family homes and suburban commercial strips. The blue represents the bodies of water in the neighborhood while the green represents the area's agricultural past.

Marston

 John Marston raised cattle and farmed the gently rolling hills of this southwestern Denver neighborhood long before the area was subdivided and developed in the 1960s. Marston Lake, which makes up much of the area is named after the early farmer. Today the neighborhood is primarily single family homes and suburban commercial strips. The blue represents the bodies of water in the neighborhood while the green represents the area's agricultural past.

John Marston raised cattle and farmed the gently rolling hills of this southwestern Denver neighborhood long before the area was subdivided and developed in the 1960s. Marston Lake, which makes up much of the area is named after the early farmer. Today the neighborhood is primarily single family homes and suburban commercial strips. The blue represents the bodies of water in the neighborhood while the green represents the area's agricultural past.