Homes for Sale in Colorado Springs

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Colorado Springs, CO.

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Colorado Springs, CO. Homes for Sale January 27, 2023
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$241.70
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$484,728
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About Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Springs is growing rapidly. For this reason, there are many people searching for homes for sale in Colorado Springs. It is no wonder that this area has become very popular. The city is beautiful with a wide variety of amenities and attractions for all. Residents enjoy a thriving economy and plenty of sunshine during every season. There are hiking and biking trails around every corner. Because of a vast trail system, many residents can bike to work. New restaurants and entertainment options are coming to the city all the time.

One of the fastest growing areas in the country, Colorado Springs is full of chances for residents to explore. According to U.S. News and World Report, Colorado Springs has been described as the “Most Desirable Place to Live.”  This is because of the lovely landscape that Colorado Springs offers. Sunshine, parks, trails, and outdoor recreation abounds in Colorado Springs. As a result, residents can find adventure around every corner.

Although it is one of the younger states, Colorado is still full of rich background and context. General William Jackson Palmer founded Old Colorado City. Eventually, Colorado Springs annexed Old Colorado City. Over time, Palmer’s influence helped expand the town. 

The addition of railroads also created a surge of visitors and new people coming to live in the area. In the long run, this growth is why Colorado is such a popular and diverse area of American land.

It’s no wonder why Colorado Springs is so popular when looking at the area’s natural beauty. The Garden of the Gods stands as a truly unique scene of nature. Its red rocks defined the area’s environment. Garden of the Gods takes care to acknowledge Native Americans and their traditions within the area. The Ute tribe used Garden of the Gods as a meeting place. Soaked with their cultures, Garden of the Gods stands as a park that all can enjoy. This natural wonder still stuns residents new and old.

Types of Homes for Sale in Colorado Springs

In Colorado Springs, you can find any type of home imaginable. There are million-dollar luxury estates, ranches, homes on acreage, and lots on which to build your dream home. You can also find single-family homes of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Find historic homes in the Old North End neighborhood and new construction in an area like Flying Horse. As the city has grown, homes were built in every decade in different parts of the city. Find ramblers, bi-levels, tri-levels, and two-story homes. In addition to single family homes, there is also a wide selection of townhomes and condos. No matter your price point and home size you desire, you are sure to find something in Colorado Springs. Find homes nestled in the foothills, next to green space, or on the wide-open plains.

Home Prices in Colorado Springs

As demand has grown in the area, so have prices. It's a sellers' market right now, so you need to be ready to be patient when searching for homes for sale in Colorado Springs and have your finances in order. It's becoming rarer to find anything listed in the $200s, however you may be able to find a condo or townhome at this price point. Older, smaller single-family homes start in the $300s and go up from there.Luxury home listings start at about $1.5 million.