For 100 years, The Broadmoor has been that rich cool kid everyone wants to be around. The world-class hotel and resort has set the bar for luxury and ushered in five-star development surrounding it.
This is the well-established, traditional region of high-quality, high-dollar real estate. Million-dollar sales are not uncommon in the area, but there’s a great deal of variety in style and price on the southwest side. Leafy estates line the streets closest to the resort and saw an average sale price of $989,836 in 2018.
Heading up the hill toward Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Broadmoor Heights experienced an average sale price of $689,314 last year. Farther south beneath Cheyenne Mountain, Broadmoor Bluffs is a popular subdivision of large, newer homes popular with families. Average sale price there was $617,166.
“The area’s popularity is further confirmed by the quality of the immediate school district,” Day says. “Cheyenne Mountain District 12 was rated the No. 1 school district in Colorado by the Colorado Board of Education based on accreditation scores.”
Average sale price 2018:* $989,836
Average price per square foot: $193
Average sale price, all 80906: $438,458
High School: Cheyenne Mountain High School, 9/10 Great Schools
What you’ll find in the garage: Tesla Model S, Cadillac Escalade, Porsche 911, golf clubs
Hot spots: Sing along to pub songs at the Golden Bee. Hip Ivywild is just down the hill. Many locals head to the Country Club of Colorado or Cheyenne Mountain Country Club.
Trailside: Within minutes you can feel like you’re deep in the mountains. Cheyenne Cañon, Cheyenne Mountain State Park, Stratton Open Space—so many accessible options all around