If you want individuality, Manitou Springs screams uniqueness compared to any other location in the Pikes Peak region.
Andrea Vinley Converse
If you want classic elegance in a home, the Broadmoor area and Broadmoor Bluffs sets the bar for luxurious dwellings.
If you want a mountain town feel, check out the Tri-Lakes area that includes Monument, Palmer Lake and Woodmoor.
If you want urban walkability, south downtown Colorado Springs is prime for a simple lifestyle.
If you want space and privacy, the forested Sun Hills neighborhood in north Colorado Springs awaits.
If you want midcentury mountain access, the Skyway neighborhood is an enclave of city views and hillside homes.
If you want equestrian acreage, Black Forest has the prime mountain living characteristics.
If you want character and charm in your home, look no further than the Patty Jewett neighborhood in Colorado Springs. Or check out the Old North End and Shooks Run.
The real estate market is red-hot in Colorado Springs. The perfect home depends on what you’re looking for, but here’s inside information about some of the region’s most popular areas and developments.
Downtown Colorado Springs is experiencing a residential boom. What’s the draw? Let these residents tell you—then take a tour of their homes.