Homes for Sale in Northeast Colorado Springs

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

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Northeast Colorado Springs Homes for Sale September 25, 2023
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Suburban Neighborhood in Northeastern Colorado Springs

About Northeast Colorado Springs

Welcome to Homes for Sale in Northeast Colorado. This area is bounded by Woodmen Rd on the North, Powers on the East, I-25 on the West and Austin Bluffs on the South.

A rapidly growing area, homes for sale in northeast Colorado Springs are desirable. For this reason, there is a good mix of older homes and newer homes, with more newer homes further east. Stretching from I-25 to the west to Powers Blvd to the east, this is an exciting area of the city. There are single-family homes, condos, townhomes, and luxury homes in this area of town. There are many parks and some homes have views of Pulpit Rock or Palmer Park.

There are many great neighborhoods in northeast Colorado Springs. For instance, two of the largest are Vista Grande and Old Farm. The population of Vista Grande has steadily grown since 2010. That means that there are some newer homes in the area. However, most homes were built in the 1970's. There are a variety of affordable homes in this area. For example, find ramblers, bi-levels, and tri-levels with mature trees and landscaping. It's in a great location and easy to get to amenities.

Old Farm is charming and sits slightly off the main roads. This makes it a little secluded and a great neighborhood for families. The neighborhood sits around Old Farm Park. Find trails, open space, and a nice playground in this park, which is a hub of the neighborhood. In addition, High Chaparral Open Space is located near Old Farm and offers hiking and running trails. For the most part, homes here were built in the 1980s and range in square footage from 2,000 to 3,500.

Townhomes and condos start in the upper 100s in northeast Colorado Springs. In addition, single-family homes for sale in northeast Colorado Springs generally see price tags from the $300s to the $600s. Last, find luxury homes priced from the $700s and up.

Colorado Springs is a special place and each area of town is unique. Northeast Colorado Springs is so special because of its quaint, comfortable neighborhoods. Many types of housing can be found. Affordable houses and more expensive, luxury houses are available. In the northeast corner, find any type of house a resident may be looking for.

Many large neighborhoods make up the northeast area. Community is important and cherished. Families grow and experience life in a lovely setting. Neighbors get to know one another and look out for each other.

Yet, this area offers more than just its neighborhoods. There are also many amenities. Find parks, stores, and restaurants here. Near I-25, find the University Village Shopping Center. Costco, Kohl's, Lowes, and many restaurants are available here. Many more stores, restaurants, and service industries are also found along other major roads. These include Academy Blvd., Union Blvd., and Powers Blvd. Also, Saint Francis Medical Center, Children's Hospital, and Memorial Hospital North are minutes away.

The natural beauty of Colorado Springs shines through in this area. Challenge yourself to hike Pulpit Rock. Feel proud at the top and enjoy the view of the city. Take the kids to Cottonwood Creek Park or Old Farm Park to play. It's also not far to Palmer Park and the mountains. Fresh air and sunshine fill the air. There are many chances to enjoy it.

Children attend either Colorado Springs District 11 or Academy District 20 schools in this area. District 11 schools are in the southern part. District 20 schools are in the northern part.

In addition, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is in this area of the city. More than 12,000 students attend this school. Students can choose 50 undergraduate, 24 graduate, and seven doctoral areas of study. Further, residents enjoy coming out to support the Mountain Lion athletic teams.