Homes for Sale in Northwest Colorado Springs

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

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Northwest Colorado Springs Homes for Sale September 29, 2023
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Blodgett Peak in Northwest Colorado Springs

About Northwest Colorado Springs

The landscape is beautiful near homes for sale in northwest Colorado Springs. There are many trees in this area of the city, which spans from I-25 west to the foothills. As with all areas of the city, this part of town has been steadily growing since 2010. There are newer homes as well as homes built as early as the 1970s. Many homes offer beautiful views of Pikes Peak, Ute Valley Park, or Blodgett Peak Open Space.

Find a variety of home styles in this part of town. There are condos, townhomes, single-family homes, and luxury homes. If you are looking for privacy, you can find homes on larger pieces of land. Sometimes, although not often, land is for sale for building a dream home.

There are many great neighborhoods in northwest Colorado Springs. A few to consider are Pine Cliff, Mountain Shadows, and Rockrimmon. Pine Cliff sits above the city and features many luxury homes. With a higher stature, Pine Cliff residents often see snowfall first. They also enjoy lovely views of the city below.

Mountain Shadows and Rockrimmon are close to one another. They both offer tight knit streets, nice landscaping, good schools, and easy access to amenities. Homes in these areas are popular and tend to sell quickly. There are some really nice custom-built homes in these areas as well as simple single-family homes.

In general, homes for sale in northwest Colorado Springs tend to cost more than other areas of the city. This is because of the desirability of living on the west side. Condos and townhomes tend to start in the 300s. Single-family homes generally start in the 400s and go up to the $700s. Luxury homes can be found for $800K and above.

Northwest Colorado Springs includes 12,956 households and has a population density of 2,226 people per square mile. There are many longtime residents. Although the cost of living is higher than the national average, the crime rate is lower.

What makes the Northwest area so unique is its beautiful landscaping and vast community. Located South of the Air Force Academy, North of Garden of the Gods, West of I-25, and East of the foothills, each home in the area is built into the Blodgett mountain and matches the natural beauty of Colorado Spring’s epic mountains.

The Northwest corner excels at inviting in different personalities and unique neighbors that create an extremely warming environment and community. Combine this with the beautiful mountains and homes in the area, and the community begins to feel like a dream come true.

Viewpoints and hikes in the area enhance this feeling of warmth and beauty with Ute Valley park and Blodgett peak standing out as popular locations to hike and explore.

Within the area is also Glenn Eyrie Castle, the home of General Palmer who founded Colorado Springs. This historical monument is truly a wonder to behold tucked away in Colorado’s mountains. These areas all highlight the Northwest’s vast array of beauty and spectacle that the community is seeping with.

District 11 and District 20 offer schooling in the area with District 11 providing most of the schools including Chipeta Elementary School, Holmes Middle School, and Coronado High School.